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Take a moment to reflect with us.

Join us for a season of music and the other arts that reflects on political oppression, multiculturalism, transformation, and reflection itself!  We celebrate some of our previous season, brining you performances of music we have refined over the years, along with new repertoire in our 2017 season, Reflections.

What was lost?

Come hear music that survived the harsh political and social climate of early 20th century Russia.  During Stalin’s reign in Russia, many composers’ music was banned under the Zhdanov doctrine.  Many fled for America and many stayed and attempted to speak out in their homeland in a time of crisis.  This effectively silenced a wealth of musical innovation that thrived under the harsh political climate, until now.  Join us for two performances of this rarely performed and beautiful music from Russia.

Saturday, January 21st,

7:00 PM

St. Cyril of Alexandria,

10503 Westheimer Rd.

Houston, TX 77042

(Tickets available at the door)

Friday, January 27th,

7:00 PM

Houston Piano Company,

5600 W. 13th St.

Houston, TX 77008

(Tickets available at the door)

Images, Dreams, and Impressions: Music from France

Saturday April 9th, 7:30 PM

St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church Join us on the next leg of our World Journey’s series to France!  In this concert we explore the music of great French composers Faure, Ravel, Debussy, Cesar Franck, and others.  Visual artwork from local Houston artist Vena Ashley will be on display, and French cuisine will be available.  Get your tickets today for a discount!  Our second performance will be at Houston Piano Company in the Heights!  Visit our events page for more info! We have a new member Leah Ann Brashear, who will be singing vocal works on this concert.  Read more about her on our ensemble page!