ROCO’s Connections series opened October 9 with “Mixed Messages”, a celebration of World Post Day—live from Houston’s downtown cultural campus,…
Due to COVID-19, we will be postponing this event to next season. Stay tuned for a new date!
Presented in partnership with Holocaust Museum Houston, ROCO’s Connections series features guitarist Mak Grgic on March 26 in an evening of works from around the world, live from the Museum’s Albert and Ethel Herzstein Theater and livestreamed at ROCO.org, Facebook, and YouTube.
Be there as ROCO’s Connections series concludes May 7 at the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern, and experience a one-of-a-kind performance in “Interwoven” - featuring the ROCO brass in a site-specific world premiere commission by Marcus Maroney!
Get in the holiday spirit December 11 with the ROCO Brass Quintet and friends, as the Connections series returns to the Czech Center Museum Houston!
ROCO’s Connections series continues on November 19, presenting Huang Ruo’s A Dust in Time Passacaglia for Strings at Asia Society Texas Center, and also livestreamed at ROCO.org, Facebook, and YouTube.
Roll out the barrel–as this annual ROCO tradition returns in-person in 2022! Celebrate with good food, good friends, and good music as the ROCO Brass Quintet serenades audiences at the Saint Arnold Brewing Company.
ROCO’s Connections series opens October 9 with “Mixed Messages”, a celebration of World Post Day—live from Houston’s downtown cultural campus, the POST.
The Connections series continued via livestream in February, with an intimate concert featuring the music of Margaret Bonds—one of the most prolific Black composers of the 1900s—plus works by composers who influenced or were influenced by her, including Florence Price, Ned Rorem, and Robert Owens.
ROCO was honored to partner with the Holocaust Museum Houston, marking the recent reopening of their expanded new building, with “We Were the Music” – a chamber concert featuring the world premieres of two ROCO commissions by Bruce Adolphe, part of his season triptych in tribute to female musicians of the Holocaust.