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What Time Is It?

Houston's historic clock tower gets new life: Market Square Park to be awash in computer chimes

By Joel Luks

Bell towers, the type that anchor public spaces, used to perform a vital everyday function. In addition to signaling the time of day, the tolling of the bells served as a call to worship, marked sp ...


Mark your calendars

Music on wheels: Ground-breaking Musiqa's new season brings the sound on the road

By Joel Luks

You might as well dub Musiqa's 2013-14 concert season "music on wheels." While other art presenters work diligently at finding a stable home for their program offerings, Musiqa is doi ...


Breaking Conventions

Adventurous art gets its day (and night): Musiqa honors FotoFest pioneers

By Joel Luks

Every concert is an artistic escapade when it comes to the programs of classical music presenter Musiqa Houston. As such, it was fitting that its 11th anniversary social be titled "Passport to ...


Read and listen

What is insanity? Symphony's Wozzeck tackles deep issues — here's how to tackle the music

By Anthony K. Brandt

Editor's note: As the Houston Symphony stages a concert version of Alban Berg's epic opera Wozzeck Friday and Saturday, Shepherd School of Music composition faculty member Anthony ...


Step into the Listening Room

River Oaks Chamber Orchestra puts music in your pocket: New mobile approach captures fans

By Joel Luks

There's no mistaking when Alecia Lawyer zooms around your part of town. Her mommy SUV is branded with license plates that announce the whereabouts of the fierce leader of the River Oaks Chamber ...


The Review is In

Mothers through the ages: Brandt and Eagleman world premiere honors survival & perseverance

By Joel Luks

When composer Anthony K. Brandt and author and neuroscientist (among other designations) David Eagleman embarked on a collaboration to honor motherhood through music, it wasn't to rouse thought ...


PIck Five (Plus)

Your weekly guide to Houston: A can't miss low-brow party, a 5K in the Zoo & a spacey Earth Day

By Joel Luks

In all seriousness, who wouldn't want a Celebritini?  Whether it was name or the melange, it was the libation of choice for "Brasserie Beats Blood Cancer" at Narin's ...


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