When the average San Antonian thinks about the burgeoning niches of urban development and mixed-use architecture for family-friendly work and play, two revitalized breweries come to mind: The Pearl and Blue Star.
Born in Buffalo but bred in the eclectic musical soil that is Nashville, Tenn., Marc Scibilia is a puzzle-piece of delicate grit and Southern soul that makes up the all-encompassing picture of artistry in the Southern city.
For those who don’t want the traffic or the crowds of Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin this weekend, there’s a way to enjoy the sounds without having to go too far from home.
San Antonio just celebrated the World Heritage designation of the Spanish-colonial Missions and the Alamo two weeks ago with the inaugural World Heritage Festival and Mission Pachanga, but the celebrations will continue this month – Hispanic Heritage Month – with the first Vitrina Latino Music & Culture Festival, an event highlighting San Antonio’s unique mezcla of Latino culture, music, art, and film.
When we want to draw the masses out in San Antone, we stamp a low ticket price and offer more for less – it’s what people expect, especially when it comes to local music.
Mark Richter wants you to forget everything you know about opera.
Los Tonos Humanos, a group of Mexican Baroque musicians, will bring its 17th century-style music to the San Antonio Museum of Art and Mission Concepción on Sept.
Lonely Horse sits under the blue hue of light, lead singer Nic Long’s dreads and guard down as he opens up to the musical spirit through a guitar and a microphone, the muscle and kick to his weathered gaze pounds a powerful tom and cymbal crash, and you’re off – along for a ride equal parts soul-exploratory and battle cry.
San Antonio’s biggest and most community-oriented jazz festival, San Antonio Parks Foundation’s 33rd Jazz’SAlive, will take the stage this Saturday and Sunday at Travis Park.
After more than a month without steady leadership, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center has appointed Cristina Ballí as its new executive director. With 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, a decade in Latino arts programming and administration, and a recent tenure with Austin-based Texas Folklife under her belt, Ballí is poised to breathe new life into the Guadalupe’s programming.