Ahead of "Inner Voices" at MATCH, Houston's conductor-less chamber group talks outlasting the hype.
River Oaks Chamber Orchestra, alongside Horse Head Theatre and Magpies and Peacocks, will perform Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf inside Houston's animal kingdom.
Garth Brooks might be great, but there's plenty else to get excited for.
Terry Allen and Joe Ely, both from Lubbock, will take the stage at the Heights Theater for a "song-swap."
fest of the future
The annual arts and music festival went off without a hitch, rain be damned.
We already know you're seeing Solange, so let us help you with the rest of your itinerary.
The FPSF successor appears to be going in a different direction.
Both in his new album and interviews, the legendary musician offers visions of doomsday—and optimism—for our mortal world.
Wake Up Baby
The multiple Grammy winner talks his eclectic sound and career ahead of a sold-out Heights Theater show.
When it comes to hip-hop in Houston, real recognize real.
bidi bidi bom bom
A longtime Selena tribute artist brings the Tejano superstar back to life, for a time.
The wind quintet teams up with singers and dancers for a non-traditional holiday program.
The country juggernaut and her band, The Big Noise, arrives Thursday for an emotional holiday tribute.
The Broadway singer-turned-jazz-crooner opens up before her Bayou City performances.
Pegstar announced the In Bloom Music Festival for March 2018, a replacement to the sweaty, rainy mudbowl that is FPSF.
"If Fleetwood Mac produced a soundtrack to Stranger Things, it would sound a whole lot like local Houston band Vodi’s debut album."
Laura Furr Mericas
We talk to the beloved singer about her upcoming Broadway debut, deep love for Björk and more ahead of her Houston show.
“Artful Women” brings a celebration of women’s roles in 17th- and 18th-century music.
You know this 91-year-old Houstonian’s music, if not his name.
Back in my day...
“We've had seniors with severe dementia sing every word of every song."