Arts & Culture

Arts and culture

At this year’s San Antonio International Piano Competition, the five finalists were able to choose the repertoire they felt would best showcase their talents, but there was one piece they *had* to play, by Matthew Mason.

Deborah Keller-Rihn

A local arts organization is throwing a party and with the lineup of music, artists and events lined up, it should be interesting. The organization is Centro Cultural Aztlan and Malena Gonzalez-Cid runs it.

"We're a non-profit cultural arts agency that is dedicated to promoting and preserving our local culture and our local heritage."

Artpace

Much to do on Father's Day weekend in San Antonio. First off tonight head downtown. "It's the kickoff to our Rooftop Jazz series this year." That Artpace's Scott Williams and the rooftop is the 3rd floor roof of Artpace's downtown art museum where on Friday, June 17th, you can hear jazz.

Joseph Murgo

Twenty years ago this week, TPR worked with Minnesota Public Radio to pull off what was probably the biggest production the station had ever undertaken in its 14-year history. The previous year, we had agreed to bring “A Prairie Home Companion” to San Antonio.

Antonio Cisneros

Monday is a significant day, especially in a place like San Antonio.  And there's no one better to explain why than Urban 15's Catherine Cisneros.

"Monday is the summer solstice."

The solstice marks the longest day of the year, but to understand why it's important to Urban 15, you need some back story, which is centered at San Antonio International Airport.

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