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The Lone Star Pirate Festival 2020

Where are you going to be on July 18, 2020? The most exciting Pirate Festival in Texas, that's where! The Lone Star Pirate Festival is the summer time event you don't want to miss, and certainly won't forget. What you'll experience this year: Four bands playing and singing shanties from the Golden Age of Piracy,…

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DiverCity Project

Bring your blanket and friends and enjoy an eclectic concert on the lawn at Market Square Park. This new bi-monthly music series showcases Houston's diverse cultural landscape through original compositions. In partnership with Houston Brass Quintet and Houston Arts Alliance. Jazz with African roots March 7 1 PM Western Bluegrass Guest performance by the Bings…

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Bach Goes Greek

Our 2019/20 season finale brings the full ensemble to the stage with six outstanding singers, for an evening of Bach cantatas with characters drawn from Greek mythology. Bach and his librettist turned the legendary competition between Phoebus (Apollo) and Pan into a lively singing contest, and so does Ars Lyrica. Tara Faircloth directs Bach’s comic…

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Mother's Day Serenade

The Houston Latin American Philharmonic presents its annual Mother’s Day Serenade.  The guest artist for this special concert is the international star José Luis Rodriguez, Known artistically as “El Puma.”   The program will include    Amante Eterna, Culpable Soy Yo, Hay Muchas Cosas, Te Propongo, Himno a la Alegria, Agarrense de las Manos, Pavo Real and…

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American Legends

Apollo's Bold Frontiers season and 20x2020 project triumphantly conclude with a commission by the world’s most performed living composer, Pulitzer Prize and two-time Grammy winner Jennifer Higdon. The new string quartet is thematically connected to Higdon’s Grammy-winning opera, Cold Mountain, with a mélange of bluegrass and Appalachian fiddle styles. Trailblazing pianist Lara Downes joins Apollo…

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Anthracite Fields: Bang on a Can All-Stars and Houston Chamber Choir

Bang on a Can All-Stars; Houston Chamber Choir; Julia Wolfe, guest composer; Julian Wachner, conductor Julia Wolfe’s Anthracite Fields is a lovingly detailed oratorio with original video about turn-of-the-20th-century Pennsylvania coal miners, awarded the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Music. This haunting, timely work draws on oral histories, interviews, speeches, geographic descriptions, children’s rhymes, and coal advertisements to…

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