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June 2, 2020

Austin Symphony will go virtual for half its upcoming season

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Half of the Austin Symphony Orchestra's next season will go virtual, with no live audiences returning to the Long Center for the Performing Arts...

Montopolis to livestream multimedia shows “The Living Coast” and “The Legend of...

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Austin orchestral rock group Montopolis will present their popular multimedia concerts “The Living Coast” and “The Legend of Big Bend” in a live stream performance...

Now you can meditate (virtually) at the James Turrell Skyspace, “The...

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While it may seem a contradiction to meditate by digital streaming, there's an undeniable contemplative quality to James Turrell's time-based light installations, known as...

With a Surge in Listenership, KMFA Launches New Program

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Who said radio is out-of-date and irrelevant? Since stay-at-home orders were issued in Austin in March, KMFA Classical 89.5 has seen a surge in the...

Six from Texas Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

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The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awarded its 2020 Guggenheim Fellowships to four writers, a photographer and a composer from Texas. Five of the...

Horse of a Different Color: In Conversation with Deborah Hay and...

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On a mild March day right before the world shut down, I sat down with two Austin artists —true originators in their fields —...

Fusebox Festival, Austin Opera, Among Performing Arts Groups Taking Programming Online

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Performing arts organizations around the world are scrambling to figure how to keep going when the very essence of their artistic pursuit  — gathering...

Austin band Invoke to Play Live Online Concert March 20

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The genre bending Austin-based quartet Invoke will play a free live online concert March 20 at 7:30 p.m. CST. Like many musicians, the band has...

Got a Video? Need a Soundtrack? The Invincible Czars Will Write...

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With the coronavirus pandemic now keeping people at home, artists of all disciplines are finding ways to keep creative. Already there's the online Social Distancing...

The Purity of Play in Yevgeniy Sharlat’s “Spare the Rod!”

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Yevgeniy Sharlat was busy in 2013 facing the greatest challenge a composer can endure — raising two toddlers. “They took over our lives, of...

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