‘Tis the Season for Classical Music

December is always a time when many family traditions get passed on to another generation and new traditions get established. Classical music, an art form abounding with traditions, seems to enjoy a particular sparkle during the holiday season. Austin has its own holiday traditions. Maybe you attended Ballet Austin’s annual presentation of The Nutcracker 50 […]

The Formula One Weekend Guide to Classical Music in Austin

First of all, if you’re visiting, welcome to Austin. We’re glad you’re here. Austin has lots to offer. You won’t be able to take it all in over just one weekend. But while you’re here, be sure to check out the lively, uniquely Austin classical music scene. Saturday Experience Austin’s indie classical music movement this […]

October Classical Music News Roundup

A new feature on ATXclassical will be a recurring periodic news and reviews roundup from different Austin media. One handy place to find all that is being written about classical music in Austin. Here is our first installment. Both the Austin American-Statesman and the Austin Chronicle reported on this week’s Creativity in the Face of […]

ATXclassical September Roundup

The kids have gone to school again and that can only mean one thing: a new classical music season is about to start! (Although maybe you got an early start with La Follia’s season opener with music by Mozart and Haydn. You did? Why not review Saturday or Sunday!) The Austin Symphony opens its 102nd […]