Publications & Media

Houston Grand Opera produces five issues of our house program/magazine Opera Cues, and four issues of Opera Unleashed, a special newsletter for HGO contributors each season. Click below to view the online versions.

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Please note that the images in the Press Photo gallery are solely for use by news media and reviewers. For all other purposes please contact Abby Linney, Elmore Public Relations Inc., abby@elmorepr.com.

Press Releases

Houston Grand Opera's press area contains media resources including press releases, reviews, and production photography.
For more information on our current season, view the press pages below.

Media inquiries: Abby Linney, Elmore Public Relations Inc., abby@elmorepr.com.

Daily News

9.12 New York Times

This fall’s classical music calendar features more than 100 events. Dates are subject to change.

9.11 Broadway World Opera World

Multi-genre recording artist Damien Sneed, a Sphinx Medal of Excellence recipient, joins the acclaimed staff of the Houston Grand Opera (HGOco) as Music Director and Composer in Residence.

8.28 Houstonia Magazine

As of today, the project is finally live.

8.28 New York Times

Though the city is still suffering from the lasting effects of the storm, tourists are more likely to experience a city in the midst of recovery.

8.27 Houston Press

The strings have been tuned, the brass has been polished and, after a long hot summer, Houston's classically trained musicians are ready to roll out a season of wonderful.

8.27 Houston Chronicle

The cello concealed the small frame of 9-year-old Catherine Li of Katy as she forcefully pulled the instrument’s bow back and forth against the strings, not quite hitting the notes but nonetheless commanding attention like a concert cellist.

8.23 Houston Business Journal

Houston Grand Opera's Perryn Leech has been named a Most Admired CEO by the Houston Business Journal.

8.22 Culture Map Houston

It’s Houston’s annual time to dream of cool evenings and even cooler fall performing arts to bring a little drama, comedy and music to our nights. The Houston Theater District knows what we want and every year gives us a sneak peek of the performing arts to come, wrapping that preview up into a city blocks-sized party, aka Theater District Open House.

8.22 Houston Chronicle

A relaxed atmosphere that welcomes shorts and flip-flops for performances at downtown’s stately theaters and grandest halls is one way of making the arts less intimidating. Another is making those shows free and only a half-hour in length.

8.20 Houston Public Media

Sunday, August 26 will mark the 25th Annual Theater District Open House, and that anniversary is only one aspect that makes this year’s festival special.

8.17 Houstonia Magazine

Plus the operas and dance performances we’re psyched to see this fall.

8.17 Houston Chronicle

Houston’s major ballet, opera, symphony and theater companies have never been as anxious to begin a season as they are heading into this fall.

8.14 Houston Press

The stage is set. TransCanada Theater District Open House's 25th anniversary will bring excitement, drama and entertainment to downtown on Sunday, August 26 from noon to 5 p.m. 

7.30 San Francisco Classical Voice

It’s no secret that classical music organizations around the country are dubiously haring after that most evasive of demographics, the Millennial.

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Please note that the images in the Press Photo gallery are solely for use by news media and reviewers. For all other purposes please contact Abby Linney, Elmore Public Relations Inc., abby@elmorepr.com.