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Artful Thursday: "Ravel and Debussy on the Seine"

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

No subject held greater fascination for Claude Monet than the Seine River. The Impressionist painter captured every aspect of life on the iconic French waterway, using the Seine to explore many of

Houston Symphony presents "The Night Before Christmas"

Jones Hall

Embrace the joy of the season when the timeless story 'Twas the Night Before Christmas is set to beautiful music performed by the Houston Symphony and narrated by Mirron Willis of Houston's

Top 5 Art Videos

Top 5 arts videos: From devil fiddle to dancing on water, Houston is a creative powerhouse

By Joel Luks

I was bored. I had a little bit of cash from my birthday and I had an itch to spend it. An hour or so later, I had a video camera in my hands. In a nutshell, that's how my journey with video ma ...

Shelby's Social Diary

Standing ovations galore: Houston Symphony's new maestro charms a red carpet crowd on opening night

By Shelby Hodge

As if the rounds of standing ovations in Jones Hall were not enough to convince Andrés Orozco-Estrada that the welcome mat was out for the Houston Symphony's new music director, the ...

Mexican Institute of Greater Houston and Houston Symphony present "Lunada 2014"

Miller Outdoor Theatre

The Houston Symphony performs beloved Latin American favorites for the entire family. This is a ticketed event for the covered seating area. Free tickets are available (four per person over age

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Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — great sackbut included

By Joel Luks

Artsy experience abound this week as the city's premiere classical ensemble welcomes its next baton leader. On tap this week are three historic concerts, a strong exhibition, photography that m ...

Houston Symphony presents "Ravel and Debussy"

Jones Hall

Peer through a musical kaleidoscope as Conductor Laureate Hans Graf leads a program full of French imagery and evocative melodies. Ravel's Mother Goose epitomizes his light and colorful musical

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Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — a Seinfeld worthy Symphony moment included

By Joel Luks

On the schedule this week is a big as Texas art fair, the American premiere of a Shakespearean tale set to dance, a Seinfeld comedian, a centennial family celebration and a party that paints a down ...

5 Hottest Young Professionals

The five hottest young professionals groups for Houstonians with an arty edge

By Elizabeth Rhodes

If you're one of Houston's many young professionals, you probably want to get involved in one of the city's various groups made especially for you. With so many options, where do y ...

Mountain Living

Move over Aspen: A more low-key summer retreat emerges as a Houston party haven

By Jane Howze

Although Aspen is the most publicized summer retreat for Houstonians seeking to beat the heat, Park City, Utah, is quietly making its own name. Only a 30-minute drive from Salt Lake City's airp ...

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