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Ars Lyrica presents Alexander’s Feast—Or, The Power of Music

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

The Ars Lyrica 2014/15 season finale provides abundant vocal and instrumental fireworks with Alexander’s Feast—Or, The Power of Music by G.F. Handel, produced in collaboration with the

Context presents "Two Romantic Pianos" with Hyojin Ahn and Brian Connelly

Two gorgeous pianos — built in Vienna in the early 1850s by Ignaz Bösenderfor, the founder of the famed company that still makes exquisite pianos today — are reunited for Cont

Chamber Music Schedule

Houston concert news: New groups are headed to town — and the Chamber groupies will be shocked

By Joel Luks

Chamber Music Houston groupies won't recognize many of the personalities that are scheduled for the presenter's 2015-16 season, which just got revealed Tuesday night during the Vienna ...

Chamber Music Houston Concert

Acclaimed piano trio airs its dirty laundry: On the road friendships, black socks and traveling mayhem

By Joel Luks

Not many friendships are made thanks to dirty laundry. If you happen to be one of the world's most acclaimed piano trios, the schedule of which demands being away from home for weeks and we ...

The CultureMap Interview

Singing mobs inspire a wave of change: Concert celebrates peaceful revolution through music

By Joel Luks

In the 1980s, as Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania staged coups against their Soviet oppressors, music became a source of unity as the trio of Baltic nations regained control of their own destiny. ...

Houston Symphony presents "Lang Lang Joins Andrés"

Jones Hall

No contemporary artist has made more of an impact on the classical world than Lang Lang. He has ascended to enormous popularity and has earned nicknames such as the classical music "rock star&

Houston Symphony presents Mozart's Symphony No. 39

Jones Hall

In contrast to the worldly troubles that surrounded him, Mozart's Symphony No. 39 is a delightful composition with an optimistic spirit. Violinist Augustin Hadelich shares Mozart's spirit o

Houston Symphony presents Verdi's Requiem

Jones Hall

When Verdi's Requiem was first performed in 1874, it was monumental and groundbreaking because it combined the dramatic qualities of an opera with traditional religious music. Hear feelings of

Houston Symphony presents "Copland & Dvorak"

Jones Hall

Swedish clarinetist Martin Fröst was described by The New York Times as "a kinetic player with a vivid interpretive imagination and a sharply focused, warm tone." Hear this riveting

Houston Symphony presents "Musically Speaking with Andrés - Dvořák's Symphony No. 7"

Enjoy Dvořák's Symphony No. 7, which explores a range of emotions from grandeur and tragedy to pastoral reflection. This Thursday program is part of the Musically Speaking with Andr&eacu

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