ROCO’s In Concert series kicks off September 21 at Miller Outdoor Theatre.
ROCO’s In Concert series, which features the full 40-piece orchestra and live-streamed performances, kicks off September 22 with a new ROCO Commissioned World Premiere.
The Unchambered series, which features ROCO soloists or small ensembles in an intimate setting at MATCH, opens October 6 with “Mind Games.”
Join us for ROCO's annual Musical and Literary Ofrenda, featuring bass-baritone, Timothy Jones, and new music by Mexican composer, Alejandro Basulto.
ROCO will present an evening of music and thoughtful dialogue about the role women play and the importance of diverse female voices in the arts and cultural industry.
The all-female-composer program "Queen of Hearts" continues the In Concert series on November 17, with ROCO favorite Mei-Ann Chen at the podium.
ROCO’s progressive Connections series, featuring site-specific, collaborative, and multi-disciplinary performances, starts on November 29 with “Vintage Game Night” at Rienzi, part of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
ROCO's principal flute, Brook Ferguson, is featured “Force of Nature”.
Join the ROCO Brass Quintet as we ring in the new year with good music, good food, and good company!
The Houston Zoo once again plays host to Peter and the Wolf, though the title has changed to Peter and the Bear!
Led by ROCO's co-principal violist, Suzanne LeFevre, Terzetto is a tribute to the instrument, featuring chamber works by Dvořák, Schulhoff, Milhaud, and others.
Travel around Europe by rail on February 23 with “Ticket to Ride,” beginning with Jim Stephenson’s musical tribute to miniature trains, ROCOmotive.
ROCO’s Connections series closes on March 7 with a larger-than-life game of Musical Chairs!
ROCO’s Unchambered series closes on April 6 at MATCH with the ROCO Brass Quintet performing Chase Sequence, James Stephenson’s work where the players imitate one another musically.
The final concert of the In Concert series on May 4, “The Wrestler,” features the world premiere of Erberk Eryılmaz’s Koca Yusuf, Wrestling Airs for Chamber Orchestra, written in memory of Koca Yusuf, an internationally famous, 19th century Turkish wrestler.