Distinguished Lecture in Art History: Thomas Crow

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The University of Houston School of Art Program in Art History is proud to present the first Annual Distinguished Lecture in Art History, featuring Thomas Crow. Crow, Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art at New York University, will present "Modern Time, Classical Time and Cosmic Time in the Progress of Théodore Géricault." This annual event …

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Fredell Lack Legacy Violin Series: Sharman Plesner

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Join the Moores School of Music for the second recital in the Fredell Lack Legacy Violin Series featuring Sharman Plesner, with UH faculty pianist Timothy Hester! Sharman will perform music by Fauré, Boulanger, Debussy, Satie, Ravel, Poulenc, Ysaÿe, Stravinsky and Enesco. Native Texan Sharman Plesner began playing violin at the age of four with her …

$12

Concert Women’s Chorale Ensemble

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Concert Chorale Women's Ensemble Thursday, April 5, 2018 7:30 pm - 9 pm Free With Brian Cook as conductor, the Concert Chorale Women's Ensemble performs the music of Rheinberger, Holst and Britten in Dudley Recital Hall. Learn more about the UH Choirs at https://www.uhchoirs.org/. www.uh.edu/artstickets Location: Dudley Recital Hall 3401 Cullen Blvd. Houston, TX 77004

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Guest Recital: Wenbo Feng

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The Moores School of Music welcomes saxophonist Wenbo Feng of the University of North Texas to UH. His guest recital will feature the music of contemporary Asian composers.

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A.I. Lack Master Series Guest Recital: Miroslav Hristov, Chih-Long Hu

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The A. I. Lack Master Series at the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music annually presents distinguished classical performers and recognized pedagogues in a series of free masterclasses and recitals, which provide a wider educational experience for UH students and the Houston community. The endowment that supports the series was established in memory of …

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Faculty Recital: Tali Morgulis

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Tali Morgulis, associate professor of piano, presents a recital featuring romantic and contemporary piano works by women composers, including U.S. premieres. $15 adult/$12 alumni, senior, staff/$10 student

Faculty Chamber Recital

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Cheng-Wei Hsieh, Kirsten Yon, violin Wayne Brooks, Suzanne LeFevre, viola Anthony Kitai, cello Dennis Whittaker, bass Timothy Hester, piano Moores School of Music faculty perform Beethoven's String Trio in G Major, Op. 9, No. 1, Turina's "Scene andalouse" and Brahms, String Sextet in B-flat Major, Op. 18, No. 1.

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Guest Recital: Gila Goldstein

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The Moores School of Music presents a recital by Gila Goldstein, chair of Boston University's Piano Department, featuring works by Bach, Chopin, Liszt and Schumann.

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Student Chamber Music

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Moores School of Music students present an evening of Baroque trio sonatas.

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Faculty Recital: Lawrence Wheeler

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Lawrence Wheeler, viola Neal Kurz, piano Associate Professor Lawrence Wheeler presents a 1919 Viola Centennial recital, featuring works by Rebecca Clarke and Paul Hindemith. Photo by Marianne Bevis

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Guest Recital: Christina Guenther, Ronald Petti

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Christina Guenther, flute Ronald Petti, piano The Moores School of Music presents a recital by Stephen F. Austin State University's Christina Guenther and Ronald Petti, featuring the music of Griffes, Higdon, Ewazen and Buss.

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Guest Recital: Eduardo Monteiro

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The Moores School of Music presents a recital by pianist Eduardo Monteiroof the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. He will perform works by Beethoven, Mignone, Villa-Lobos, Debussy and Wagner/Liszt.

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Artist Lecture: Coco Fusco

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The UH School of Arts presents "Don't Look Down: Art on the Political Tightrope," an artist talk by Coco Fusco. Join us for a pre-lecture reception in Blaffer Art Museum from 5 – 6:30 p.m. About the Artist Coco Fusco is an interdisciplinary artist and writer and the Andrew Banks Endowed Professor of Art at …

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Guest Recital: Michael Jacobson

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Michael Jacobson, saxophone Cameron Hoffman, piano The Moores School of Music presents a recital by Michael Jacobson, professor of saxophone at Baylor University, who will perform newly written repertoire and standards from the saxophone’s 175-year history of classical music. About the Artist Michael Jacobson is professor of saxophone and associate dean for operations at Baylor …

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Guest Recital: Wolfgang Vladar

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The Moores School of Music invites audiences to be immersed in the sound of the Viennese horn and Viennese style with a recital by Wolfgang Vladar of the famed Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Artist Lecture: Jeffrey Gibson

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The UH School of Art presents a talk by renowned multidisciplinary artist Jeffrey Gibson. About the Artist Jeffrey Gibson is a painter living in Brooklyn, New York. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally in both group and solo exhibitions. https://www.jeffreygibson.net/ Image: "Shanekia McIntosh (Peace Helmet)" by Jeffrey Gibson, 2018. Photo by Caitlin …

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Guest Recital: Josu de Solaun

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The Moores School of Music presents a recital by pianist Josu de Solaun, featuring works by Poulenc, Enescu, Turina, Medtner, Glazunov and Chabrier.

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Faculty Chamber Concert

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Robert Johnson, French horn Nancy Weems, piano The Moores School of Music presents “Quintessential Quintets,” a faculty chamber concert featuring Mozart’s Horn Quintet in E-flat Major and Schumann’s Piano Quintet.

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Robert Johnson Horn Studio Recital

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Enjoy a wonderful night of horn solos and the exciting sound of eight horns playing together in beautiful harmony. The recital will feature works by Strauss, Mozart, Bach and both the "Titanic" and "Robin Hood" movie themes for horn octet. Image/Photos by Clark

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Recurring

Texas Music Festival: PERSPECTIVES Series

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

PERSPECTIVES Series I, June 4th: Works by Bruch, Elgar, and more, performed by Kathleen Winkler (violin), Mark Nuccio (clarinet), Joan Der Hovsepian (viola), and Timothy Hester (piano). Bonus PERSPECTIVES Series Performance, June 5th: Tchaikovsky Competition Send-Off Recital featuring Kenny Broberg, piano. 2017 Cliburn Silver Medal winner, TMF alumnus, and festival soloist presents a recital program …

$15 – $20
Recurring

Texas Music Festival: Young Artist Series

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

Texas Music Festival Young Artist Competition and Concert Series features Classical music’s rising stars performing chamber music. The series concludes with a TMF Jazz Institute Final Concert at Moores Opera House. For the full schedule of events, visit http://www.uh.edu/kgmca//music/tmf/

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Natasha Kislenko Guest Recital

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The Moores School of Music welcomes world-renowned concert pianist Natasha Kislenko of Music Academy of the West and University of California at Santa Barbara to campus for a guest recital. About the Artist Pianist Natasha Kislenko, hailed for her "vividly expressive" interpretations and "virtuosity that left the audience exhilarated," (Santa Barbara Independent) offers unique concert …

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Piano + 2 = Trio

UH Dudley Recital Hall University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston

The second concert in the Piano + series explore the trio literature, evolving from the Baroque era and on into the 20th century. The concert will also feature a trio composed by David Ashley White, former director of the Moores School of Music. About the Series The Piano + Keyboard Chamber Music Series includes nine …

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