Following the recommendations of County Judge Hidalgo, DACAMERA has canceled all performances and events through March 31 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19/coronavirus.
The following options are available for those who have already purchased tickets to this concerts. Please remember, donating back your tickets puts DACAMERA in a stronger position to continue to fulfill our mission to inspire individuals and enrich communities through diverse and inventive musical experiences. As we confront this difficult time, your donation is more meaningful than ever.
Donate your tickets. As a nonprofit arts organization, DACAMERA depends on the generous support of our audience. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a receipt for your taxes.
Exchange your tickets to an upcoming performance. We are happy to exchange your tickets for another 19–20 season performance. Contact the box office at email@example.com to exchange your tickets.
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We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate these unprecedented circumstances.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free call us at 713-524-5050. Thank you, as always, for your support as we work together to maintain a safe environment for our community.
All Beethoven program
Sonata No. 15 in D Major, Op. 28 “Pastoral”
Sonata No. 27 in E Minor, Op. 90
Sonata No. 26 in E Flat Major, Op. 81a “Lebewohl”
Bagatelles, Op. 119 (Nos. 6-11)
Sonata No. 32 in C Minor, Op. 111
There is no better artist to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth than the outstanding pianist Richard Goode, renowned for his performances and recordings of the classical giant’s works. Gramophone calls his recording of the complete sonatas “one of the finest interpretations ever put on record” and the Guardian calls it “superb.”
“It is hard to think of any other artist at once technically, temperamentally and intellectually as suited to the challenges of these sonatas.” — The New York Times
“When you’re immersed in Beethoven, you feel that he’s right in the center, and everything else is radiating out from him… Like a Roman architect, he made the structures profoundly right; his works are less destructible than those of other composers…” – Richard Goode