All That Jazz
The revolutionary jazz musician—and winner of 10 Grammy Awards—brings his vivacious music to the Bayou City.
All that Jazz
Tierney Malone’s installation at Project Row Houses shows why Houston is the jazz capital of Texas.
The Houston-based chamber orchestra finishes the 2015/2016 season with an original piece from composer Dorothy Gates.
Matthew Morrison sings at Jones Hall, Dance Salad Festival returns, Grounded opens at Alley Theatre, Goldfinger plays at MFAH, Project Row Houses' Round 44 tackles social change.
Music & Film
Local jazz drummer Sebastian "Bash" Whittaker overcomes blindness and adversity with his sensational jazz sounds.
William Geoffrey Wood
Jazz Age aficionados are in for a treat with a pair of ‘30s-themed events at the museum.
La Cenerentola at Opera In The Heights, Houston Symphony plays along to Singin' In The Rain, BalletBoyz dances into town, Bookworm Festival, and Branford Marsalis jazzes it up.
Thomas Helton's Boomtown Brass Band brings back tradition with Dixieland jazz.
Da Camera opens its season with an ode to Americana music.
A photographic inquiry into the nature of us
Hop On I-10
Two amazing music weekends, just down the road.
Year in Review
2014 was a year of retrenchment in the arts world.
best of 2014
It was a great year for the obscure, the underrated, and the up-and-coming.
In an exclusive interview, the "mystic musician" discusses his artistic evolution, his musical tastes, and his spirituality.
The Houston-born pianist/composer crosses genres on new record born from his public dance parties.
Where to go, who to see, and what to do
Having played with the likes of Stan Getz and Dizzie Gillespie, the legendary jazz pianist will perform solo at the Wortham Center.
The great Houston jazz pianist was at home in numerous genres and styles, as these eight tracks demonstrate.
Where to go, who to see, and what to do.
Houston produces some of the country's greatest jazz musicians. So where's the local scene?