The Bayou City should be proud of our former maestros performing in Europe.
The Alley's Amadeus imagines relationship between two musicians.
Musio Clemente, as painted by Aleksander OrlowskiIt's hard to argue against the guitar solos that make up the second half of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird" as being one of the most famous duels of musical virtuosity in audio history. It's Gary Rossington vs. Allen Collins in a six-string fight ... More >>
Mozart's classic children's opera gets a facelift
This HB program features some of the best dance of the last 75 years
Listen to Mozart's and Beethoven's versions of the natural world
Photos by Katharine ShilcuttShiny black ducks bob in the placid water of Lake Austin, just above the dam that creates Lady Bird Lake (nee Town Lake) just below the immense concrete barrier. They dive underneath the water every few minutes or so, catching minnows while they wait patiently for ... More >>
The Houston Symphony brings out the big guns
Two dance companies perform three works about one man
Overture, La Nozze di Figaro Rocks Off can usually be counted on to forget at least one thing per day, and yesterday it just happened to be that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, known in his day as the Elvis of Salzburg, was born January 27, 1756. A quarter of a millennium later, he's still a genius. Here's ... More >>
They cant take ballet away from me
Da Camera trots out the Mr. M masters for their opening night concert
The Houston Symphony welcomes orchestrated poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko
Austins PKW Productions provides a live soundtrack to the fictionalized life of Mozart
A mini-Mozart festival and an operatic rarity roar into town
Musiqa Houston and the Aurora Picture Show join forces
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Tuesday, April 19, at McGonigel's Mucky Duck, 2425 Norfolk, 713-528-5999.
Idomeneo may be dry at times, but Mozart is still a genius
A restored Amadeus reveals a truly beautiful mind
Mozart's sublime music makes even the silly plot of Così sound noble
Dutch group makes music the old-fashioned way
Gerald Scarfe gives Mozart's opera a fanciful new look