One nice performing arts perk of Texas holding five of the top thirteen most populous cities in the U.S. is that we don’t have to go to New York or London to see the hottest Broadway or even a West End show.
Performing Arts Houston leans into joy for its recently announced 2023-2024 season.
It has long been the goal of Texas Performing Arts to help “keep Austin weird” onstage, but the 2023-24 season promises to be especially experimental.
No wonder Ars Lyrica Houston opted to showcase Handel’s Clori, Tirsi e Fileno for the third time since 2005.
Houston Grand Opera’s 2023-24 season is nothing short of epic. “We are producing some of the grandest and most mature artistic works in the repertoire all in one season,” says Khori Dastoor, HGO General Director and CEO. “Verdi’s last opera, Wagner’s last opera, late Mozart—these pieces are Mount Everest, each one of them.”
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly celebrates the power of the human spirit when it faces a cataclysm.
The challenge is so great that no U.S. orchestra has pulled it off in recent decades: a concert-hall presentation of Richard Wagner’s four-opera epic, The Ring of the Nibelung. But the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is taking it on.
The Victoria Bach Festival is heading towards the half-century mark.
Alli Villines’s grandmother prophesied at her birth that she would be a singer, a divine foretelling that has proven true.
After taking the helm at The Cliburn, which runs the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Jacques Marquis looked back across the contest’s winners and noticed a pattern.
Houstonians have experienced the magic of Miller Outdoor Theatre for 100 years now. What is it about this place that tugs on the heart strings, and turns shared moments into lasting memories?
Launched in 1993 as a showcase for a single performer, it has evolved into an annual contest that offers $40,000 in prize money to aspiring musicians aged 18 to 32.