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 2830 Wilcrest Dr.  & Westheimer , Houston, TX, US, 77042

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Spectacular Rubens
The Museum of Fine Arts, HoustonApril 28, 2015 10:00 AM
1001 Bissonnet Street
Houston, TX 77005
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Selections From The Museum’s Collection: Modern and Contemporary Art
The Museum of Fine Arts, HoustonApril 28, 2015 10:00 AM
1001 Bissonnet Street
Houston, TX 77005
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Heart and Seoul: Growing Up In Korea
Children's Museum of HoustonApril 28, 2015 10:00 AM
1500 Binz Street
Houston, TX 77004
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Tigers Jaw, Lemuria, Somos
Fitzgerald'sApril 28, 2015 7:00 PM
2706 White Oak Drive
Houston, TX 77007
A band whose music has matured from pop-punk to emo to indie rock, Tigers Jaw have earned a growing following for their melodic but insistent music and emotionally powerful lyrics. Tigers Jaw were formed in 2005 in Scranton, Pennsylvania by guitarist and vocalist Adam McIlwee and guitarist and vocalist Ben Walsh. The two began working up material and recruited bassist Dennis Mishko and drummer Mike May; a keyboard player dropped out before the group's first show, and through mutual friends, Brianna Collins was invited to join the lineup. Several months later, Mike May left the band, and Pat Brier took over on drums, solidifying the band's membership. In 2006, Tigers Jaw recorded their first album, Belongs to the Dead, on a portable recording rig in an attic where the band rehearsed; the album was released by Summersteps Records, and in 2008, the band went into the studio with producer and engineer Joe Loftus to cut their second full-length, simply titled Tigers Jaw, for Photobooth Records. Tigers Jaw's popularity began to spread, despite the group's touring opportunities being limited by the members' academic commitments, and in 2010, they signed with Run for Cover Records, who brought out their third album, Two Worlds. (Run for Cover would also reissue the band's first two albums.) A split EP with the group Balance & Composure was also released the same year, and Tigers Jaw would release split singles with like-minded bands the Sidekicks, Tiny Empires, and Code Orange over the next few years. In 2013, Tigers Jaw released a new single, "Hum" b/w "Cool," but the group soon made the announcement that Adam McIlwee, Dennis Mishko, and Pat Brier were leaving the lineup, and the band was going on hiatus. While many believed Tigers Jaw was breaking up, Ben Walsh and Brianna Collins made it clear they were keeping the group together, and they set out on a tour with the help of guest musicians Derrick Sherman (guitar), Andrew Fisher (bass), and James Fisher (drums). McIlwee, Mishko, and Brier agreed to rejoin Tigers Jaw in the studio to complete their fourth album, and Charmer was released in the spring of 2014. ~ Mark Deming
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Needtobreathe
Bayou Music CenterApril 28, 2015 7:00 PM
520 Texas Avenue
Houston, TX 77002
NEEDTOBREATHE is an alternative/Christian rock band from Seneca, SC that was formed by brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart. The Rineharts began playing music together while attending their father's church camp, and during their college years, Bo dedicated himself to guitar while Bear focused on vocals, guitar and piano. The brothers were soon joined by bassist Seth Bolt and drummer Joe Stillwell to form NEEDTOBREATHE. After recording several EPs, the band came to the attention of Atlantic Records in 2005. The band released its debut album Daylight, in 2006, and the band's success grew steadily with each of its following releases. NEEDTOBREATHE released its fourth album, The Reckoning, in 2011 and subsequently reached a mainstream fan base while traveling with Taylor Swift for the North America segment of her Speak Now World Tour.
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Tristan Und Isolde
Alley TheatreApril 28, 2015 7:30 PM
615 Texas Avenue
Houston, TX 77002
Known as one of Richard Wagner's most revolutionary operas, Tristan und Isolde is considered by many to represent a major turning point in the development of Western music. Composed between 1856 and 1859, the opera is believed to have been inspired by an affair Wagner had with a woman at the time as well as the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer. The work is possibly Wagner's most passionate in its exploration of themes of profound love and loss, which some feel is at least archetypally similar to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
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