2017-18 Season

Starts: September 23 @ 7:30PM     Ends: April 14 @ 7:30PM

Experience a season of new, adventurous music in inspiring and collaborative performances.

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4 Concert Package (Level B) - Early Bird

Available For 12 More Days!

SEPT 23 / JAN 13 / MAR 3 / APRIL 13+14

$105.00

4 Concert Package (Level A) - Early Bird

Available For 12 More Days!

SEPT 23 / JAN 13 / MAR 3 / APRIL 13+14

$150.00

3 Concert Package (Level A)

SEPT 23 / JAN 13 / MAR 3 / APRIL 13+14

$144.00

3 Concert Package (Level B)

SEPT 23 / JAN 13 / MAR 3 / APRIL 13+14

$99.00

2 Concert Package (Level A)

SEPT 23 / JAN 13 / MAR 3 / APRIL 13+14

$99.00

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SEPT 23 / JAN 13 / MAR 3 / APRIL 13+14

$66.00

Our 16th season promises an exciting program of interdisciplinary concerts and exciting collaborations. We hope you'll consider becoming a subscriber. Please join us throughout our season!


Music+Dance

Bodies in Motion

Saturday, September 23, 2017 | 7:30pm
The Hobby Center Zilkha Hall

Enjoy an evening of modern dance and music featuring Open Dance Project and Kinetic String Ensemble performing "Lamentations on the Disaster of War" by Karim Al-Zand and "String Theory" by Pierre Jalbert.


Drama+Music

Looking Back in Time

Saturday, January 13, 2018 | 7:30pm
The MATCH Box 4

Journey back to the dawn of [wo]man with "Maternity", an oratorio by Anthony Brandt with libretto by David Eagleman; and to the banks of the Sea of Galilee in Pierre Jalbert's "Transcendental Windows" inspired by Tiffany stained glass. Loop38 performs.


Film+Music

The Moving Image

Saturday, March 3, 2018 | 7:30pm
The MATCH Box 4

Explore music inspired by film and film inspired by music in this evening of short films with live music performance. Featuring "history of the world in seven acts" by composer Michael Gandolfi with animation by Jonathan Bacharach.


Music+Poetry

Playing Havoc

Friday + Saturday, April 13+14, 2018 | 7:30pm
The MATCH Box 2

Experience modern poetry set to adventurous modern music in this evening of works by rising composer/soprano and Rice University alum Kate Soper, whose recent work "Ipsa Dixit, Alex Ross of the "New Yorker" called a "masterpiece."


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