SOLI works to shake things up and offer a fresh perspective on traditional interpretations of Mozart’s compositions, in this case The Magic Flute.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum’s inaugural music salon series will give a rare look inside the cultures that painted the soundtrack of this region.
San Antonio’s musical landscape from now until Dec. 25 is a fantastic assortment of colored bulbs, bursting to life in new displays of Christmas cheer.
Instead of fruit cakes and candles, consider gifting loved ones a year-long membership to a local organization that befits their philanthropic personality.
The Downtown Street Performer Policy allows musicians and artists to share their craft on the streets of downtown San Antonio.
In the spirit of the Thanksgiving season, local San Antonio musicians are going out of their way to be charitable and share their gifts with the less fortunate.
Ethiopian-born and Bulgarian-trained pianist Girma Yifrashewa will perform at Travis Park Methodist Church this Saturday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m.
Lone Star Brewery presented some of the nation’s leading hip-hop artists during the first-ever Mala Luna Music Festival this past weekend.
Ken Slavin will continue his generous jazz jubilation with Shaken, Not Stirred at the Tobin’s Carlos Alvarez Theater on Thursday, Nov. 10.
There was nothing but love, acceptance, and pride as mom and dad, sister Phanie, and the rest of Nina Diaz’s San Antonio family welcomed her first performance under her solo record The Beat Is Dead.