Round Top Music Festival musicians perform chamber works by Schnittke, Britten, and Dvořák.
Musicians from the Immanuel and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival perform works by Dvořák and Rimsky-Korsakov.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs three chamber works by Beethoven.
The Houston Chamber Choir performs popular music and jazz with vocalist Kim Nazarian.
Mercury performs Beethoven's Eighth Symphony and Triple Concerto.
KINETIC and WindSync perform works by Bach, Villa-Lobos, Stravinsky, and Schoenberg.
Renowned guitarists Sergio and Odair Assad and mandolinist Avi Avital perform works by Bach, Haydn, Piazzolla, and others.
The Bach Society performs a musical telling of the Passion of Jesus.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs works for varying combinations of flute, viola, and harp.
Baritone Tyler Duncan and pianist Sarah Rothenberg of Da Camera perform Schubert's Winterreise
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra performs a world premiere by Alexander Miller and other works by Holst, Mercadante, and Schoenberg.
Aperio, Music of the Americas performs Douglas J. Cuomo's Savage Winter.
Mercury performs works by Haydn, Mozart, and Schubert.
KINETIC performs works by Hugo Wolf, Grażyna Bacewicz, and a world premiere by Tommy Dougherty.
The Montrose Trio performs music by Haydn, Brahms, and Mendelssohn.
MUSIQA presents poetry readings and performs works inspired by folk music and art.
The Bach Society Houston recreates a Mass from 1817, with music by Bach, Schicht, and Righini.
Ars Lyrica performs works by J.S. Bach and François Couperin.
The Apollo Chamber Players perform Brazilian music from Marcelo Zarvos, Leo Brouwer, and Heitor Villa-Lobos.
Highlights from the Houston Chamber Choir's Christmas at the Villa de Matel concerts.
Mercury performs music fitting for the holiday season by Corelli, Bach, Mozart, and Rigel.
Da Camera presents Ives' violin sonatas and traditional American songs.
Chamber Music Houston presents a concert of string sextets by Strauss, Schoenberg, and Tchaikovsky.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs string quintets by Mozart and Dvořák.
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra performs Haydn, Ravel, and Milhaud, with a world premiere by Brad Sayles.
KINETIC performs music by Mozart, Gesualdo, and Beethoven, along with three contemporary composers.
MUSIQA welcomes Kate Soper to perform her own Voices from the Killing Jar.
The Houston Chamber Choir performs music from the Renaissance as well as works by Leonard Bernstein and David Lang.
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra performs works from and inspired by the eighteenth century.
The Emerson String Quartet performs music by Haydn, Barber, and Beethoven.
Loop38 performs contemporary works by Adès, Mazzoli, Norman, Gandolfi, and Clyne.
Mercury performs works by Mozart and Haydn.
Meg Griffith from the Texas New Music Ensemble performs works for solo flute and electronics.
KINETIC performs music by Ralph Vaughan Williams and a premiere by Daniel Knaggs.
Ars Lyrica performs music by Telemann, Handel, and J.S. Bach.
Christian Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt perform music by Beethoven, Bartok, Mozart, and Schubert.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs music by Brahms and Clara and Robert Schumann.
Chamber musicians at the Round Top Music Festival perform works by Mozart, Dutilleux, and Francaix.
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra performs world premieres by Derek Bermel and Anthony DiLorenzo, with additional works by Mendelssohn and Vaughan Williams.
Musicians from the Round Top Music Festival perform music by Revueltas, Harberg, and Dvořák.
Mercury performs Mozart's Requiem.
The Texas Music Festival Orchestra puts on an epic performance of Mahler's Third Symphony.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs music by Beethoven, Schubert, Previn, and Brahms.
The Vienna Piano Trio performs music by Haydn, Kagel, and Tchaikovsky.
Ars Lyrica and the Bach Society Houston perform an English oratorio by Handel.
The Houston Chamber Choir performs American works and music by Johannes Brahms.
KINETIC performs English string music by Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Britten, and Anna Clyne.
Aperio, Music of the Americas performs music inspired by Central and South American culture.
Da Camera presents guitarist Jason Vieaux with classical and contemporary works by composers from around the world.
MUSIQA collaborates with Loop38 on a concert featuring works by Karim Al-Zand, Pierre Jalbert, and Anthony Brandt.
Ars Lyrica performs works from the collection of eighteenth century Berlin socialite Sara Levy, with pieces by C.P.E. and W.F. Bach and Telemann.
Chamber Music Houston features the Modigliani Quartet with works by Mozart, Saint-Saëns, and Mendelssohn.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society puts on chamber works by Bloch, Poulenc, Duruflé, and others.
Musicians from Context perform an all-Beethoven concert for violin, cello, and piano.
The Apollo Chamber Players present works by Glass, Riley, and two world premieres by Chitravina N. Ravikiran.
Mercury Chamber Orchestra performs music from Rameau's Les Indes Galantes and works by Couperin and Marais.
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra presents the final concert of its 2005-2006 inaugural season, with works by Debussy, Haydn, Bermel, and more, with …
The St. Lawrence String Quartet performs works by Hadyn, Adams, and Beethoven in a concert hosted by Da Camera.
KINETIC performs works by Rautavaara, Mustonen, and Bartok, with a unique take on the latter's Romanian Folk Dances.
MUSIQA performs contemporary works by local composers and international composers in this concert from 2004.
The Bach Society Houston presents a concert featuring all of the motets by J.S. Bach.
Ars Lyrica Houston performs music from their 2017 season opener: Sweet Philomena, with works by Handel, Mozart, CPE Bach, and more.
The Houston Chamber Choir performs their 2016 Christmas at the Villa concert, with holiday music old and new!
Mercury Chamber Orchestra presents a concert of works by Vivaldi, including his Gloria.
The Texas New Music Ensemble performs a concert of world premieres by Houston-based composers.
Context performs an all-Chopin concert featuring works from his early career.
The Emerson String Quartet, celebrating its 40th anniversary, performs music by Mozart, Beethoven, and a newly commissioned work by Mark-Anthony Turnage.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs works inspired by folk music from the European Romani people.
MUSIQA celebrates its 10th Anniversary with a concert inspired by folk songs and Bob Dylan.
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra performs music by Mahler, Jalbert, Guilmant, and Haydn with conductor Edwin Outwater and organist Paul Jacobs.
Aperio, Music of the Americas is the focus of this week's Encore Houston. We feature their concert from over a year ago, "New Argentinean Masters," featuring works by master of song Carlos Guastavino, a tango by Jose …
The Apollo Chamber Players, MUSIQA, and Jazz Forever come together for a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society presents works by Beach, Beethoven, Saint-Saëns, and Francaix.
The Texas New Music Ensemble performs works by composers from Houston and other areas of Texas.
Ars Lyrica Houston celebrates the legacy of Don Quixote with music from the 15th to 18th centuries.
On this week's Encore Houston, the Houston Chamber Choir and an orchestra of local musicians bring Bach back to life with a rousing performance of his monumental Mass in B minor. Before there were symphonies and operas, …
KINETIC, the conductorless ensemble performs music from their second ever concert, with works by Bloch, Ysaye, and Ireland.
The Elias String Quartet, hosted by Da Camera, performs music of Beethoven and Brahms.
Chamber Music Houston presents Quatuor Ébène with music by Mozart, Beethoven, and Debussy.
Aperio, Music of the Americas performs contemporary works from three different concerts, with a few inspired by popular music.
Faculty musicians from the Round Top Music Festival perform works by Kodály, Janáček, and Schubert.
Soprano Julia Fox and pianist Keith Weber perform works by contemporary Texas-based composers.
Student musicians in the Texas Music Festival Orchestra perform dark works by Rachmaninoff, Webern, and Berg.
MUSIQA presents works by living composers as well as a poetry reading by Erica Funkhouser.
The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs music by Halvorsen, Shostakovich, and Dvorak's Dumky Trio.
Ars Lyrica performs music of Beethoven, J.C.F. Bach, and Jean-Marie Leclair with special guest soloists.
Mercury performs works by Haydn, Mozart, and Rameau with guest soloist Alexander Weimann.
KINETIC presents early music from Mendelssohn and Barber, a world premiere by Alexandra T. Bryant, and more!
The Apollo Chamber Players perform music about creation and existence from Walczak, Milhaud, and Haydn.
Context presents music from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, embodying the new trends in music as Romanticism began to fade.
French music and French inspirations with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra.
Musicians from the St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society perform three works for string octet.
Student musicians from the Round Top Music Festival perform powerhouses of the French orchestral repertoire.
The Houston Chamber Choir and organist Ken Cowan perform the complete choral works of French composer Maurice Duruflé.
The Apollo Chamber Players and Erberk Eryilmaz take us on an international musical journey in Europe and the Middle East.
MUSIQA performs contemporary music both from composers far away and from right here in Houston.
Context presents an all-Beethoven concert with an authentic, restored piano from 1826!
Richard Savino and his chamber ensemble El Mundo present a concert of Christmas works from Italy, Spain, and Latin America!
Ars Lyrica Houston and mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton perform music inspired by pursuit, love, and even madness.
The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra presents their conductorless concert from 2016, with some familiar classics and a world premiere!
The Jerusalem Quartet presents music from three different centuries in a diverse concert at Rice University, with works by Haydn, Prokofiev, Dvorak, and maybe even a surprise at the end!
The string orchestra KINETIC presents music about darkness and light in their season opening concert of 2016, featuring guest soprano Alexandra Smither, and a world premiere by Karim Al-Zand.
The premiere episode of Encore Houston, featuring Mercury Chamber Orchestra performing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with guest soloists and members of …