DACAMERA concerts are presented in the following venues. Questions? Call 713-524-5050 or email

Wortham Theater Center’s Cullen Theater (Venue for Terence Blanchard, Joshua Redman, Danish Quartet, Isata Kanneh-Mason, Melissa Aldana, Daniil Trifonov, Etienne Charles, Kurt Elling)

Wortham Theater Center is located at 501 Texas Avenue, Houston, TX 77002.

Convenient parking is available in the Theater District Parking Garage, with entrances on Texas and Prairie.

Additional parking available in The Lyric Garage located on 411 Smith St.

Zilkha Hall, Hobby Center for The Performing Arts (Venue for Elias Quartet with Sarah Rothenberg and Ensemble Modern)

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts is located at 800 Bagby St. Houston, TX 77002.

Convenient parking is available in the Hobby Center Parking Garage, with entrances on Walker and Rusk.

The Menil Collection (Venue for Horszowski Trio; JIJI and Danbi Um; and Adam Tendler)

The Menil Collection is located at 1533 Sul Ross St. Houston, TX 77006.

Free parking is available in the Menil Collection parking lot on West Alabama, between Mandell and Mulberry.

Brockman Hall, Shepherd School of Music, Rice University (Venue for Matthew Aucoin and Peter Sellars Music for New Bodies)

Brockman Hall for Opera is located on Stadium Road on the Rice University campus (6100 Main St, Houston, TX 77005). Enter campus at Entrance No. 18 on Rice Blvd. and park in West Lot 2 or 3. Click here for an interactive campus map.

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.