Never play Six Degrees with Joshua Bell. He's got us all beat. Not only has he performed with just about every contemporary classical artist there is out there, he's also recorded with pop musicians such as Sting and Regina Spektor. Even if we go back a couple of centuries, Bell's got a direct lin ... More >>
The period orchestra makes a point of looking forward to the classical era
The Golka brothers cause a Chopin-demonium
The Beethoven master gives us a night of - duh - Beethoven
Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 1809-1847â€‹Here at Rocks Off, we enjoy album covers with turds on them and making fun of R. Kelly as much as the next guy. And just wait until Chris Brown gets here next weekend. But there's a lot more to music than that. In a possibly fruitless effort to c ... More >>
The Houston Symphony brings out the big guns
The Houston Symphony gives American composers their due
The Society for the Performing Arts presents a piano prodigy in her Houston recital debut
The Houston Ballet pays homage to Iras little brother
Conductor Charles Dutoit and pianist Martha Argerich join the international youth orchestra for a world tour
Fall comes alive with new choreography by Stanton Welch
All Russian, all the time
But the Houston Symphony Wants to "Rock and Roll"
Dianne Reeves's good luck story
Friday, September 1, through Sunday, September 3, at Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana, 713-224-7575
Musicians and management of the Houston Symphony battle over a budget that won’t stay in the black
OrchestraX's quick success has been its blessing, and its curse
Houston Symphony musicians rate the conductors who dare to replace Eschenbach on the podium
The Houston Symphony opens its new season without a music director, an executive director or a clear vision for the future. Only one thing appears certain: The post-Eschenbach era is going to look a lot different.
Shaham shines in a salute to American Composers
Pianist Orli Shaham rides the crest of classical's new wave
John Axelrod has a plan to make classical music hip--and himself hot
Can Leif Ove Andsnes be both a keyboard wizard and an average guy?
Michael Tilson Thomas leads the Houston Symphony in a neglected Bernstein and an overlooked Gershwin