ROCO’s musician-curated Unchambered series concluded for the season with the ROCO Brass Quintet, streamed live from MATCH (Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston).
ROCO’s Connections series concluded on March 11, 2021, livestreamed in partnership with Holocaust Museum Houston, and featuring a world premiere from Afghan composer Milad Yousufi, co-commissioned by ROCO and the Winsor Music Consortium.
ROCO's 16th season concluded with livestreamed flair on April 24, 2021 in “Flamenco”, featuring the world premiere of "The History of Red", a co-commission by Reena Esmail based on a text by Chickasaw poet Linda Hogan, with soprano Kathryn Mueller as soloist.
Continuing their sixteenth season, ROCO explored the interplay of light and dark in “Shadows”. Built around a commission by Alyssa Morris, Tlapalli Tlahuilli was inspired by an Aztec myth detailing how the world received its sound and color.
Love Notes, a livestreamed performance, kicked off ROCO’s Season 16 Unchambered series in a nature-inspired program of beauty, respite, and reflection, featuring flutist Rebecca Powell Garfield, oboist Spring Hill, and harpist Laurie Meister.
ROCO's fully live-streamed 16th season continued on November 14, 2020 from The Church of St. John the Divine with “Oceans”, a nature-inspired program featuring the orchestra—conductorless!
ROCO’s In Concert series, which showcases the full 40-piece orchestra in livestreamed performances, lifted off September 26, 2020 from the…
ROCO's Connections series kicks off via livestream on November 1, 2020.
The Connections series continues via livestream in February, with a concert featuring the music of Margaret Bonds, one of the most prolific Black composers in the 1900's.