Arts & Culture

Arts and culture

Antonia Padilla

There's a new CD and two performances this weekend for an unlikely trio of singers. They're called Las Tesoros. Why unlikely? First off, these ladies' ages.

"Being 92, and the baby being 79 and the middle being 82, I pray every day that we be able to keep them," says  Amelia Valdez is describing Las Tesoros.

Audition judges for the next Van Cliburn International Piano Competition heard young pianists play for a career-making break in the Russian capital of Moscow last month. Cliburn himself won his big competition in Moscow 59 years ago, and Russians remember.  

Jack Morgan

At the renovated Olmos Pharmacy waitresses serve up burgers and shakes, while the crowd settles in for an eclectic mix of live music and a chance for members of the public to play with local pros.

David Ramirez

With Valentine’s Day coming, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center has the ticket for lovers young and old.  It's called “Noche de Romance--Night of Romance.” Musician, Teacher and Mariachi performer Gino Rivera says these are songs that stir the heart.

Ken Mahnke

A San Antonio musical institution is about to launch its yearly music festival. They're Musical Bridges Around the World, and Suhail Arastu says this is their purpose.