The lines hum in Telegraph Quartet’s crackling Chamber Music Houston set – Jan 22, 2020

Chamber Music Houston devotes one slot in each season’s series to […]

An energetic Bignamini leans a little too hard into his Dallas Symphony debut – Jan 17, 2020

Making his conducting debut with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Thursday night, […]

Violinist Godfrey first among equals in Mercury’s fleet take on Brandenburgs – Jan 12, 2020

Can a workhorse double as a racehorse? In music, at least, […]

Luisi, DSO spin an evening of colorful storytelling, from Copland to Wolfe – Jan 10, 2020

Fabio Luisi assembled an evening of works that focus on the […]

Superb soloists bring human immediacy to Houston Symphony’s “Messiah” – Dec 21, 2019

For all the power of Handel’s Messiah, the tradition of performing […]

López’s symphonic ode to NASA dazzles but doesn’t always fly – Dec 08, 2019

Jimmy López Bellido will complete his three years as the Houston […]

North Texas Choir leads the way in Fort Worth Symphony’s “Messiah” – Dec 07, 2019

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Friday night presentation of Handel’s Messiah, […]

A heartwarming holiday mariachi premiere with HGO’s “El Milagro del Recuerdo” – Dec 06, 2019

In 2010 Houston Grand Opera introduced a genre it dubbed “mariachi […]

Houston Symphony gives thanks to Richard Strauss with an evening of brilliant music – Nov 30, 2019

Richard Strauss created some of the splashiest, most theatrical orchestral music […]

Opera in Concert shines with delightful Gilbert & Sullivan “Rarities” – Nov 23, 2019

In a theatrical partnership that yielded 14 operettas and comic operas, […]