Houston Grand Opera takes us on an amazing trip in presenting this opera left forgotten in Soviet archives.
The Bayou City should be proud of our former maestros performing in Europe.
Houston Grand Opera presents a timeless classic in a handsome, moving production.
The setup: After the storm and fury of Peter Grimes (1945), whose sea-tossed music and psychologically truthful and damaged characters were heralded as a new era in English opera, composer Benjamin Britten, for his next stage work, went toward the simple but elegant. "I am keen to develop a new art ... More >>
Houston Grand Opera's Fidelio bursts forth with thrilling theater.
Pedro SanchezEntrance music is important. Get the right tune and people will forever have a dual-sensory impression of your character. Most people like to craft original music to help fully embody the characters they create, but some people just lift classical themes to get the job done witho ... More >>
HGO's Ariadne, an opera about opera, is both serious and funny.
Houston's Literary Greats sail onto the college-radio charts with Ocean, Meet the Valley.
Bring Me His Head - in HD!
A spectacular kimono is hidden from sight at Vine Street Studios
Opera Vista proves the fat lady lives with its inaugural program
Houston Ballet offers up two solemn dances -- and a wild one
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
Coming This Week
Da Camera examines the 20th-Century Enigma composer
April 16 - 22, 1998
March 26-April 1, 1998
HGO adds some electricity to Richard Strauss's erotic opera
With Florencia, HGO heads south into unabashedly pretty territory
Der Rosenkavalier will delight the faithful, but won't win any converts