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MARCH 27-29

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

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Fiddler on the Roof

A.D. Players at The George Theater

A wonderful cast tells a heartwarming tale of timeless traditions defining faith and family. Featuring Broadway classics “Tradition,” “If I Were a Rich Man,” “Sunrise, Sunset” and “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” a new generation is introduced to this uplifting celebration that raises its cup … to life.

MARCH 22

The Rob Landes Trio: Gershwin at The Grand

MARCH 26

Haydn’s Cello Concert, Mercury Houston

The Grand 1894 Opera House (Galveston)

Bayou Theater (UH-Clear Lake)

Delight in the music of George Gershwin the Texas favorite shares stories and reminiscences of the composer’s brief but brilliant life.

Hear it as if you were at the premiere at Esterházy in the 1760’s, plus his Sturm und Drang works and Beethoven’s Twelve Variations on Handel’s “See, the Conqu’ring Hero Comes!”

MARCH 23

Reginald Dwayne Betts, Natalie Diaz, Inprint Series Alley Theatre

The two outstanding poets read from their latest collections of work including Felon, and Postcolonial Love Poem.

Hats in the Park McGovern Centennial Gardens

Start with a champagne reception followed by a luncheon on the beautiful Centennial Green, with proceeds benefitting the Hermann Park Conservancy.

The singer/multi-instrumentalist (The Ray Charles Legacy, Smokey Joe's Cafe) celebrates the genius of a Motown original. The evening includes "Isn't She Lovely," "My Cherie Amor," "For Once in My Life," "I Wish," "Superstition," "Sir Duke” and "I Just Called to Say I Love You.”

MARCH 27

Cédric Tiberghien Duncan Recital Hall, Shepherd School of Music (Rice University)

The four-part Chamber Music Series concludes with the talented French pianist performing with members of the Houston Symphony. MARCH 28

Haydn’s Cello Concerto, Mercury Houston Wortham Theater Center

The evening’s performance includes Cello Concerto No.1 in C Major, Symphony No. 52 in C Minor, and Beethoven’s Twelve Variations on a Theme from Handel’s “Judas Maccabaeus.” MARCH 28

MARCH 23

MARCH 26

Fred Eaglesmith, Tif Ginn

Karla Bonoff

Main Street Crossing (Tomball)

The alt-country musician is known for his years of songwriting about country roads, lost loves and well-worn life experiences. MARCH 24

Richard Goode plays Beethoven, Da Camera

Viva MOMIX The Grand 1894 Opera House (Galveston)

Her songs carry a beautiful spirit including “Isn’t It Always Love,” “Home” and “I Can’t Hold On” which are all classics.

With a trademark use of magical lighting and imagery, the dance company has thrilled fans in countries around the world, and has been featured on stage, screen and TV.

MARCH 26, 28-29

MARCH 28

Main Street Crossing (Tomball)

Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20, Houston Symphony

Stude Concert Hall (Rice University)

2020 Roadshow Berry Center (Cypress)

The evening of worship includes a variety of sounds from Bethel Music, Unspoken, Apollo LTD, Matt Maher, Elle Limebear, Peabod and more.

MARCH 28

Night Vision: Things Seen and Unseen, Houston Chamber Choir Christ Church Cathedral

The performance includes Rachmaninoff’s stirring All-Night Vigil, considered by many to be his greatest work. MARCH 28-29

International Voices Houston: The Road Home MATCH

The Houston multicultural choir is comprised of singers from a variety of cultural, racial, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds. MARCH 29 *

Hermann Park Conservancy Kite Festival Miller Hill & Jones Reflection Pool (Hermann Park)

Fly kites of all shapes and colors at the free festival with entertainment from local performers, and cultural and community organizations. MARCH 29 *

Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers

There is no better artist to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth than the outstanding pianist, renowned for his performances and recordings of the classical giant’s works.

Jones Hall

MARCH 25

MARCH 27

Drum TAO, SPA

Armenian Dreams, Apollo Chamber Players

MARCH 29

House of Blues

Jones Hall

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts

The modern, high-energy performance showcase of the ancient art of Japanese drumming has transfixed audiences across the globe.

East and West mix in a program of music by Reza Vali and Eve Beglarian, including the world premiere, 20×2020 No. 19.

White Oak Music Hall (Downstairs)

Geoff Tate He rose to fame with Queensrÿche and is ranked fourteen on Hit Paraders’ list of the “100 Greatest Metal Vocalists of All Time.” 50

MARCH 26

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H O U S TO N H OT E L M A G A Z I N E

Genius burns with brooding intensity in the darkly passionate masterpiece featuring French pianist Cédric Tiberghien in his Houston debut.

*Editor’s Choice

MARCH 28

Smart Financial Centre (Sugar Land)

His A Sailor’s Guide to Earth was a sensation earning a Grammy for Best Country Album, filled with vintage vibes and gut wrenching ballads.

The Decibel Magazine Tour The ninth annual event includes an ambitious pairing of legendary Norwegian black metal progenitors Mayhem, and Abbath and more.

Profile for Dallas Hotel Magazine

Houston Hotel Magazine Winter 2020  

Houston Hotel Magazine your guide to the best of Clutch City. We're glad you're here.

Houston Hotel Magazine Winter 2020  

Houston Hotel Magazine your guide to the best of Clutch City. We're glad you're here.