FREE EVENTS

A Little Day Music

  • Wednesday | February 1 | 12:00 pm
  • Grand Foyer, Wortham Theater Center

DACAMERA Young Artists present In England’s green and pleasant Land, featuring music by British composers including Peter Maxwell Davies, Frank Bridge, and Judith Weir.

DACAMERA Young Artists: Beautiful, Picturesque and Sublime

  • Thursday | February 9 | 6:30 & 7:30 pm
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

DACAMERA Young Artists present a concert inspired by the Museum’s Stuart Collection of 18th and 19th-century British landscapes.

Celebrating African American History Month with the Jalen Baker Trio

  • Wednesday | February 15  | 5:00 pm
  • Harris County Public Library North Channel Branch

The DACAMERA Young Artist ensemble in residence celebrates the 100+ year history of jazz.

Stop, Look and Listen!

  • Saturday | February 25 | 3:00 pm
  • The Menil Collection

DACAMERA Young Artists present a concert inspired by the exhibition Robert Motherwell Drawing: As Fast as the Mind Itself.

A Little Day Music

  • Wednesday | March 1 | 12:00 pm
  • Grand Foyer, Wortham Theater Center

Monthly lunchtime concert featuring performances by DACAMERA Young Artists, this month Celebrating Women’s History.

A Little Day Music

  • Wednesday | April 5 | 12:00 pm
  • Grand Foyer, Wortham Theater Center

Monthly lunchtime concert, celebrating Jazz Appreciation Month with pianist Alex Navarro and his quartet.

We offer a broad range of repertoire and musical styles in innovative concerts of outstanding musical excellence.

DACAMERA is widely acclaimed for its innovative programming, notably Artistic Director Sarah Rothenberg’s unique concerts connecting music with literature and the visual arts.

We believe that openness to new experiences and enthusiasm for learning are vital to human experience.

DACAMERA has a robust Education and Community Initiatives effort, providing community concerts and extensive in-school programs.

Your support ensures that DACAMERA’s programs, both in the concert hall and beyond, remain a vital part of Houston’s cultural landscape.