A Little Day Music
A Little Day Music is a series of free concerts presented at noon on the first Wednesday of the month, October thorugh May, in the Wortham Theater Center's Grand Foyer. Each concert is designed to deliver Da Camera’s signature programming to an audience including senior citizens, downtown professionals, and homeschool students. The series features a variety of chamber music and jazz, presented in an accessible one-hour concert format. Audiences are invited to enjoy their lunch while listening to the music.
Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM)
Celebrate Jazz in Houston during April, The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM).
Da Camera JAM at Discovery Green is a series of free concerts presented in April at Discovery Green in downtown Houston featuring jazz vocalists and instrumentalists from the Greater Houston area. The series is presented by Discovery Green and Da Camera of Houston with guest artistic advisor Robert “Doc” Morgan, a retired jazz educator from Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts who has taught some of today’s great jazz performers. Recent performers have included Sammy Miller and the Congregation, Mwenso and the Shakes, and Red Baraat.
Da Camera Young Artists at the MFAH
Stop, Look and Listen!
Stop, Look and Listen! is a series of free chamber music and jazz concerts presented in one of Houston’s most inspiring and stimulating environments, the world-renowned Menil Collection. These museum concerts feature unconventional, interactive concert formats and fun, adventurous musical selections. The programs are often designed to celebrate specific artwork on display in the museum.
Music at Methodist
Music at Methodist is a series of free concerts presented on the third Monday of each month at Methodist Sugar Land Hospital. Each concert is an opportunity for Da Camera artists to connect with hospital patients and staff in a variety of ways. For those patients who are unable to attend the main concert, the music is recorded and broadcast directly into their rooms and the instrumentalists follow up by visiting floors and rooms to deliver mini-concerts directly to the patients.