Musical Trick-or-Treat, where instead of candy being the reward at the door, it’s a musical performance. Audience members will travel in groups to four different historic Heritage Society homes. At each stop, they will hear a short piece of music performed by a single musician. Expect to hear the beautiful sounds of the clarinet, cello, harp and percussion instruments emanating from the houses, which include the Staiti House, a speculative home purchased by oilman Henry T. Staiti in 1905, and the 1891 St. John Church, which was built by German and Swiss farmers for their Lutheran congregation. Join fellow concert-goers for a pre-concert reception with complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres at 5:30 p.m. and then, at 6:30 p.m., set off with a group for the concert tour.
6 p.m. Thursday. 1100 Bagby. For information, call 713-665-2700 or rocohouston.org. $45.
ROCO’s innovative "Connections" series, featuring intimate, site-specific, collaborative and multi-disciplinary performances, opens on October 26 with their inaugural "Musical Trick-or-Treat", where audiences will visit a series of historic buildings of Houston’s Heritage Society, stopping for a performance in each (with clarinet, cello, harp, and percussion).
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ROCO offers a new take on an October tradition with their inaugural