Underground Sounds in the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern

Event details

  • Thursday, October 5, 7 pm | Friday, October 6, 7 pm | Saturday, October 7, 4 pm and 5:30 pm | Sunday, October 8, 4pm and 5:30 pm
  • The Water Works (105-B Sabine Street), Buffalo Bayou Park
  • SOLD OUT. Join the in-person, first-come-first-serve waiting list beginning exactly 30 minutes prior to each performance.


This fall, four Houston-based music organizations will perform specially composed or arranged works that highlight the remarkable natural acoustics of the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern.

DACAMERA has commissioned Houston composer Mark Buller (an alumnus of the DACAMERA Young Artist Program) to create a new, site-specific work for three DACAMERA Young Artists to perform the Cistern at Buffalo Bayou Park.

Jillian Krempasky, mezzo-soprano; Lauren Ross, viola; David Dietz, cello

The DACAMERA Young Artist program is a fellowship program for emerging professional instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers. The goal of the program is to encourage musicians to develop the skills necessary to become passionate, forward-thinking and community-focused “citizen artists;” that is, artists who re-imagine the traditional notions of their music-making and embrace the role of contributing to society through the transformative power of their art and proactive social engagement.


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