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Maggini - Secrets of Spain. 8pm. Houston events at Hobby Center, 800 Bagby. Travel the Iberian Peninsula with the music of Spain, both ancient and contemporary, DeFalla, Turina, and Rodrigo's famous Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra. Call 713-315-2525 for more info. Event ID: 3/10

Houston Symphony Pops - Neil Sedaka.  Houston events at Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana. With countless hit singles and platinum and gold records, Sedaka is recognized as one of rock and pop music’s legendary pioneers. Call 713-224-7575 for more info. Event ID:3/11

Stages Theatre - An American Brat. Houston events at Stages Theatre, 3201 Allen Parkway. Stages is honored to present the U.S. premiere of this new play by acclaimed novelist Bapsi Sidhwa. An American Brat will be performed in conjunction with the Indian classic Naga Mandala, produced in partnership with Houston's Shunya Theatre. Call 713-527-0123 for more info. Event ID:3/25.

Madame Butterfly. At the Wortham Center. Along with Madame Butterfly is Red Earth, Stanton Welch’s abstract exploration of settlers conquering a difficult terrain and making it their own. Call 713-227-2787 for tickets. Event ID:3/18.

Hitchcock's Blonde Performance at the Alley Theatre, Hubbard Stage. Call 713-220-5700 for more info. Event ID:3/18

Alley Theatre - Hitchcock Blonde. At Alley Theatre, 615 Texas. Inspired by the life and work of one of cinema's greatest directors, Terry Johnson's erotic mystery juggles multiple time frames. On the Hubbard Stage. Call 713-228-8421 for more info. Event ID:3/18

One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now. At Blaffer Gallery, the Art Museum of the University of Houston. The title is drawn from the 1978 Blondie hit. The show features new paintings, sculptures, installations and video works by 17 emerging Asian-American artists born in the late 1960s and 1970s, including Michael Arcega, Xavier Cha, Patty Chang, Binh Danh, Mari Eastman, Ala Ebtekar, Chitra Ganesh, Glenn Kaino, Geraldine Lau, Jiha Moon, Laurel Nakadate, Kaz Oshiro, Anna Sew Hoy, Jean Shin, Indigo Som, Mika Tajima, and Saira Wasim. While the song/exhibit title is indicative of the visible influence of popular culture on these artists’ work, it also hints at the cultural duality informing each artist’s life and the degree to which this duality may or may not inform their practice. Event ID:3/31

Houston Fine Arts Events

The Masterpieces of French Painting from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1800-1920.  MFAH is the only museum in the United States to host the Met´s treasured collection of French masterpieces while the galleries undergo renovation. This is an extraordinary display of 135 paintings, including masterpieces by van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, Ingres, Bonnard, Renoir, Degas, Cézanne, Manet, Corot, Courbet, and Monet. At the Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet. Event ID: 5/6.

Hélio Oiticica: The Body of Color. At the Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet. The Body of Color traces the conceptual and technical processes that led to Oiticica´s emancipation of color into space. The exhibition displays the different series created throughout the artist´s career, shedding light on the various contexts and influences that nurtured their production, and demonstrating the rigor of his aesthetic inquiry. Call 713-639-7300 for more info. Event ID: 4/1/07

Bierstadt to O´Keeffe: Highlights from the Stark Museum of Art. MFAH exhibits many works of art from the Stark´s renowned collection of 19th- and 20th-century western American art through a series of exhibitions. As a celebration of this exciting and mutually beneficial relationship, this year´s exhibition will feature a selection of highlights from the Stark. At the Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet. Call 713-639-7300 for more info. Event ID: 4/23.

Frogs: A Chorus of Colors. See living frogs from around the world, marvel at their rainbow of colors, variety of sizes and beautiful sounds and learn how they have survived across the globe for more than 220 million years. Explore 15 diverse habitats and the fascinating frogs that call them home. At Museum of Natural Science, 1 Hermann Circle Drive. Call 713-639-IMAX for more info.

Brain: The World Inside Your Head. The first traveling exhibit to be open in the new Sue Trammell Whitfield Gallery. At the Health Museum, 1515 Herman Drive.



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