Encore Houston, Episode 58: MUSIQA

MUSIQA collaborates with Loop38 on a concert featuring works by Karim Al-Zand, Pierre Jalbert, and Anthony Brandt.

Encore Houston, Episode 57: Ars Lyrica Houston

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.

Encore Houston, Episode 56: Chamber Music Houston – Modigliani Quartet

Chamber Music Houston features the Modigliani Quartet with works by Mozart, Saint-Saëns, and Mendelssohn.

Encore Houston, Episode 55: St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society

The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society puts on chamber works by Bloch, Poulenc, Duruflé, and others.

Encore Houston, Episode 54: Context

Musicians from Context perform an all-Beethoven concert for violin, cello, and piano.

Encore Houston, Episode 53: Apollo Chamber Players

The Apollo Chamber Players present works by Glass, Riley, and two world premieres by Chitravina N. Ravikiran.

Encore Houston, Episode 52: Mercury

Mercury Chamber Orchestra performs music from Rameau's Les Indes Galantes and works by Couperin and Marais.

Encore Houston, Episode 51: River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra presents the final concert of its 2005-2006 inaugural season, with works by Debussy, Haydn, Bermel, and more, with guest soloist Timothy Jones!

Encore Houston, Episode 50: Da Camera – St. Lawrence String Quartet

The St. Lawrence String Quartet performs works by Hadyn, Adams, and Beethoven in a concert hosted by Da Camera.

Encore Houston, Episode 49: KINETIC

KINETIC performs works by Rautavaara, Mustonen, and Bartok, with a unique take on the latter's Romanian Folk Dances.

Encore Houston, Episode 48: MUSIQA

Encore Houston, Episode 48: MUSIQA

MUSIQA performs contemporary works by local composers and international composers in this concert from 2004.

Encore Houston, Episode 47: Bach Society Houston

Encore Houston, Episode 47: Bach Society Houston

The Bach Society Houston presents a concert featuring all of the motets by J.S. Bach.

Encore Houston, Episode 46: Ars Lyrica Houston

Encore Houston, Episode 46: Ars Lyrica Houston

Ars Lyrica Houston performs music from their 2017 season opener: Sweet Philomena, with works by Handel, Mozart, CPE Bach, and more.

Encore Houston, Episode 45: Houston Chamber Choir

The Houston Chamber Choir performs their 2016 Christmas at the Villa concert, with holiday music old and new!

Encore Houston, Episode 44: Mercury

Mercury Chamber Orchestra presents a concert of works by Vivaldi, including his Gloria.

Encore Houston, Episode 43: Aperio, Music of the Americas

Aperio, Music of the Americas presents a concert of works by Philip Glass, including the North American premiere of his Aguas da Amazonia.

Encore Houston, Episode 42: Texas New Music Ensemble

The Texas New Music Ensemble performs a concert of world premieres by Houston-based composers.

Encore Houston, Episode 41: Context

Context performs an all-Chopin concert featuring works from his early career.

Encore Houston, Episode 40: River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra performs music by Korngold, Poulenc, and Detroit-based composer and bassist Rick Robinson.

Encore Houston, Episode 39: Chamber Music Houston – Emerson String Quartet

The Emerson String Quartet, celebrating its 40th anniversary, performs music by Mozart, Beethoven, and a newly commissioned work by Mark-Anthony Turnage.

Encore Houston, Episode 38: KINETIC

KINETIC performs music by Britten, Shostakovich, Webern, and Pierre Jalbert from their concert "Made in Houston."

Encore Houston, Episode 37: St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society

The St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society performs works inspired by folk music from the European Romani people.

Encore Houston, Episode 36: MUSIQA

Encore Houston, Episode 36: MUSIQA

MUSIQA celebrates its 10th Anniversary with a concert inspired by folk songs and Bob Dylan.

Encore Houston, Episode 35: River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra performs music by Mahler, Jalbert, Guilmant, and Haydn with conductor Edwin Outwater and organist Paul Jacobs.