Love, Brutality, Sacrifice, and Regret: Houston Grand Opera’s Vivid Die Walküre
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Fusing Opera and Mariachi: HGO presents El Pasado Nunca Se Termina
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Fusing Opera and Mariachi: HGO presents El Pasado Nunca Se Termina

Merging Music: Dallas Symphony’s Soluna Festival Takes Flight
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Merging Music: Dallas Symphony’s Soluna Festival Takes Flight

Ars Lyrica Closes the Season with Alexander’s Feast
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Ars Lyrica Closes the Season with Alexander’s Feast

Nancy Wozny visits with Ars Lyrica artistic director Matthew Dirst on Handel, Baroque dance and…

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“A Living, Breathing, Human Journey”
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The Little Prince & More
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The Little Prince & More

Performania: Impresarios Among Us
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Great Heights of Music
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Great Heights of Music

Commissioning in Texas: ROCO
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Commissioning in Texas: ROCO

Houston-based River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO) has commissioned 43 works in their ten-year history

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Listening to the 1960s
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The A+C Top Ten:  January
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The A+C Top Ten: January

Our top picks for visual and performing arts events across Texas for January 2015.

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16 Standouts of the Fall 2014 Season
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16 Standouts of the Fall 2014 Season

Another year has come and gone on the Texas cultural landscape and I was there…

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Ringing in the New Year with Song
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Ringing in the New Year with Song

What We Loved & More
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What We Loved & More

New Name Big Hopes
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New Name Big Hopes

20 + Joyful Noises
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20 + Joyful Noises

SOLI Chamber Ensemble Moves into The Tobin Center with HEAR
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SOLI Chamber Ensemble Moves into The Tobin Center with HEAR

After featuring SOLI Chamber Ensemble in our November “Home/Away” column, we wanted to know more…

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The New Happening
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The New Happening

Meetings in Art & Music
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Meetings in Art & Music

Shakespeare, Song & Swords
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Shakespeare, Song & Swords

Loss & Hope
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Loss & Hope

Musiqa
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Musiqa

It’s autumn in Houston, and Market Square Park’s fountain is glowing in the twilight.

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Art Celebrating Life
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Art Celebrating Life

The Ann and Stephen Kaufman Jewish Book and Arts Fair helps define a community

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Flinching Eye Collective Tours Texas
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Flinching Eye Collective Tours Texas

Flinching Eye Collective is a group of interdisciplinary media artists who explore sound-based, interactive performance

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100 Years of Making Music
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100 Years of Making Music

Art on the Go
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Art on the Go

Music in Houston: Playing Well Together
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Music in Houston: Playing Well Together

If you are worried about classical music dying off, chances are good that you are…

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Turnaround Artists
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Turnaround Artists

Classical and Folkloric Fuse in Houston
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Classical and Folkloric Fuse in Houston

Houston's Apollo Chamber Players swoop into their sixth season with Ancestral Voices

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Wildcatting The Chamber Orchestra
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Wildcatting The Chamber Orchestra

Juilliard-trained oboist Alecia Lawyer still admits to feeling amazement whenever she sees a real estate…

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The Miró Quartet Opens the Chamber Music Houston Season
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The Miró Quartet Opens the Chamber Music Houston Season

Opening the Chamber Music Houston Season for the second year in a row, The Miró…

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A Big Little Show
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A Big Little Show

Fantastic Mr. Fox, a captivating and witty show with a sense of humor and sophistication,…

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Five Experimental Performances to Catch this September
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Five Experimental Performances to Catch this September

Experimental, multi-disciplinary, genre mash-ups, or downright hard to explain, call it what you will, there…

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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts
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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts

Performania:  New Building Bliss
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Performania: New Building Bliss

IMAGE ABOVE: Johnny Brantley III, Gabriel Bernal, Tim Heller and Gino Chaviano in Anything Goes,…

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16 Spring Season Standouts
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16 Spring Season Standouts

As the season draws to a close in Houston (and occasionally elsewhere in Texas) and…

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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts
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Eyes on Texas Performing Arts

Jazz on Film Returns to the MFAH
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Jazz on Film Returns to the MFAH

Music is its own language. It has its own rules and processes of breaking those…

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Summer Music
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Summer Music

The celebratory spirit of The Texas Music Festival, May 30-June 28, is infectious.

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Currents: Santa Fe International New Media Festival
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Currents: Santa Fe International New Media Festival

New Mexico’s annual Currents International New Media Festival, June 13-29, now in its fifth year,…

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