Natalie Zeldin

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Texas Early Music Project's <i>Convivencia Re-Envisioned</i>
Texas Early Music Project's Convivencia Re-Envisioned
Spanish Christian music, Sephardic Jewish song, and al-Andalus melodies meld in this special concert

Arts, Sept. 3, 2015

A Hole in His Heart
A Hole in His Heart
Baritone Morgan Smith reveals how he becomes that lover we love to hate, Don Giovanni

Arts, April 23, 2015

Symphony No. I-35
Symphony No. I-35
Finally, a Traffic Jam we can enjoy, thanks to composer Steve Parker

Arts, April 9, 2015

The Ascent of Mandolin
The Ascent of Mandolin
The next step in Avi Avital's mission to convert the world to mandolin: Vivaldi

Arts, Feb. 26, 2015

Top 10 Things to Happen to Classical Music in 2014
Top 10 Things to Happen to Classical Music in 2014
The year saw Austin go big in classical with big-name artists and competitions coming to town, and big crowds, too

Arts, Dec. 31, 2014

Arts Review
The Sarajevo Haggadah
This compelling performance for accordion and piano was equal parts music and prayer

Arts, Nov. 26, 2014

Roll Over, Beerthoven
Roll Over, Beerthoven
The Saengerrunde's new series turns classical music's "Three Bs" into brezels, bier, and bowling

Arts, Oct. 30, 2014

Give and Tech
Give and Tech
How musical innovators Laurie Anderson and the Kronos Quartet made Landfall together

Arts, Oct. 9, 2014

Exhibitionism
Cavatina Duo
The performance by this guitar-flute duo was equal parts intensity and grace – with rich and complex musicianship

Arts, July 17, 2014

Austin Chamber Musical Festival Sixth Annual Pride Concert
Austin Chamber Musical Festival Sixth Annual Pride Concert
Was G.F. Handel on your Gaydar?

Arts, July 10, 2014

American Roots: Music of the Moravians
American Roots: Music of the Moravians
This concert of music from the pacifist community offered a meaningful alternative to the usual July Fourth celebration

Arts, July 3, 2014

Exhibitionism
Southwest Voices
Chorus Austin's showcase of new choral work by Texas composers proved there is plenty of homegrown talent to celebrate

Arts, May 22, 2014

Fast Forward Austin
Fast Forward Austin
This is not your standard music festival – you'll hear sounds you've never heard before

Arts, April 10, 2014

'17th Century Masterworks From Eastern Europe'
'17th Century Masterworks From Eastern Europe'
Move over, Queen! La Follia digs up some Bohemian rhapsodies you haven't heard before.

Arts, April 3, 2014

Exhibitionism
Menuhin Competition 2014 Closing Concert
The Cleveland Orchestra and three violinists gave performances that had the crowd on its feet after every piece

Arts, March 6, 2014

Cleveland Orchestra
Cleveland Orchestra
Orchestrating the transportation of 100 musicians and their instruments involves a lot of logistics

Arts, Feb. 27, 2014

Exhibitionism
Don Carlo
Verdi wrote an opera lover's dream, and Austin Lyric Opera realized it with an all-star cast

Arts, Nov. 27, 2013

Aeolus String Quartet
Aeolus String Quartet
Former graduate string quartet at UT has graduated to teaching and a bustling career

Arts, Nov. 21, 2013

Austin Symphony Orchestra
Austin Symphony Orchestra
ASO performs Verdi's 'Requiem' to honor JFK in the hall he never reached on Nov. 22

Arts, Oct. 31, 2013

Exhibitionism
A Woman in Morocco
Butler Opera Center makes the most of Daron Hagen's new opera, which stuffs a lot of high drama into one story

Arts, Oct. 31, 2013

Austin Symphony Orchestra
Austin Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Peter Bay spices up the symphonic menu with some new compositions

Arts, May 30, 2013

Exhibitionism
Body & Soul
The flamenco artists worked to build the energy and tension throughout, but that goal proved hard to achieve

Arts, May 23, 2013

After the Battle
After the Battle
Photojournalists capture life 'In War's Wake' at DAC

Arts, May 18, 2013

Exhibitionism
Faust
Austin Lyric Opera closed its season with a haunting and powerful production of Gounod's devilish work

Arts, May 2, 2013

Austin Lyric Opera
Austin Lyric Opera
What the 'Faust' – an opera with a nightclub scene?

Arts, April 25, 2013

Exhibitionism
String Theory
Generous performances from violinist Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio and pianist Gregory Allen made this an impressive recital

Arts, April 18, 2013

Exhibitionism
Fit for a King: J.S. Bach's Musical Offering
La Follia's well-crafted program of music by Bach exposed the energetic and dynamic Baroque spirit

Arts, April 11, 2013

Texas Young Composers Concert
Texas Young Composers Concert
For the third time, the Austin Symphony gives Texas composers under 18 a chance to be heard

Arts, March 28, 2013

UT Wind Ensemble
UT Wind Ensemble
The ghost of Gershwin performs live in Austin

Arts, March 21, 2013

'Beat the Rush'
'Beat the Rush'
Butler School of Music's new concert series connects great music with great art

Arts, March 13, 2013

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