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Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons may be the most famous violin music there is.
Mark Nuccio, who joined the New York Philharmonic in 1999 as associate principal and solo…
Terrence McNally no doubt ranks as Corpus Christi’s leading contribution to the American arts world.
A conversation with SYZYGY's Matt Albert
The Spring/Summer season has come and gone, and there were plenty of outstanding performances and…
Kim Campbell thinks back to when he freelanced as a trombonist in North Texas orchestras.
With the recession in the rearview mirror, Texas groups are hitting the road again as…
When he returned to Texas almost three years ago, Walker Lukens quit hedging his bets.
The 26th annual Texas Music Festival (TMF) is wrapping up its summer season at the…
David Dove & Nameless Sound
Imagine what must have gone on in composer Olivier Messiaen's head.
Aperio's “Silences” program offered a refreshing reminder that vignettes have power, too.
Stephen King trains the next generation of opera singers at HGO and Rice University
Houston Symphony’s new music director Andrés Orozco-Estrada has just concluded his first season with as…
William Parker, Hamid Drake and Peter Brotzmann at Eldorado Ballroom
Imaginary Values presents Keith Rowe / Kjell Bjorgeengen + Rick Reed + and performance of…
Texas Music Festival Showcases Classical Artists of Tomorrow
The Soli Chamber Ensemble has never given its audience an experience quite like this.
Jerry Ochoa, Jo Bird, Margaret Lejeune and Debra Brown of Two Star Symphony. Photos by…
Art Peña's Vice Palace
Die Walküre opened Saturday night at Wortham Theater Center.
It's springtime 1910, and night has come to a Mexican hacienda.
The first-ever Soluna International Musical and Arts Festival is upon us.
Nancy Wozny visits with Ars Lyrica artistic director Matthew Dirst on Handel, Baroque dance and…
Wagner’s Ring at Houston Grand Opera
Unchambered with Matt Dane and Christina Jennings at ROCO
I have a slight Diaghilev complex.
Everest and La Wally at Dallas Opera
Houston-based River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO) has commissioned 43 works in their ten-year history
SoundSpace at The Blanton
Our top picks for visual and performing arts events across Texas for January 2015.
Another year has come and gone on the Texas cultural landscape and I was there…
Ars Lyrica Explores Latin American & Spanish Baroque Music
A + C Writers Look Back at 2014 and Ahead to 2015
Austin Opera Rebrands for a Big Season
A Texas Holiday Concert Round-Up
After featuring SOLI Chamber Ensemble in our November “Home/Away” column, we wanted to know more…
Dallas Musicians Blurring the Line Between Art & Performance
I get way too excited when I see a visual artist at a theater event,…