Rice University's Brockman Hall for Opera was this year’s winner of the Associated General Contractors of America Build America Award in the Construction Management, New Under $99 Million category.
As Broadway's theaters come to life again after more than a year of darkness during the COVID-19 pandemic, one of Rice University's own young talents will be lighting up the stage.
After more than a year of Zoom concerts and recitals taking the place of public performances in person, Rice University's Stude Concert Hall once again came alive with the sounds of the Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra.
HOUSTON – (July 7, 2021) – Matthew Loden, an award-winning musician and symphony leader currently serving as the CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, will become the next dean of Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music.
Magical toys, the spoiled child who torments them and a story of redemption is the focus of "L'enfant et les sortilèges," the Rice University Shepherd School of Music's latest opera production, once again offered in a virtual format due to the ongoing pandemic.
Rice Shepherd School student Emily Treigle and alum Duke Kim '18 were named grand finals winners of the 2021 Metropolitan Opera Eric and Dominique Laffont Competition.
Even as many performance venues remain shuttered, Rice University Shepherd School students continue to do what they do best. The biannual Chamber Music Festival will once again be offered in a virtual format through the school's YouTube channel May 17-23.
What started as a 10-year-old child’s persistence has become a career for Elisabeth Pesavento ’21.
HOUSTON – (April 22, 2021) – Rice University's Shepherd School of Music has joined forces with the Houston Symphony to bring classical music to children and adults from Houston's underserved communities.
Rice's Shepherd School of Music held a virtual masterclass April 11 with Shepherd School voice students and artist Jamie Barton, mezzo-soprano, as part of the 2020-2021 Aleko Endowed Masterclass Artist Series.
The 5,600-pound Cor-ten steel sculpture is one of the artist's final pieces.
Shepherd School students respond to contemporary works at the Moody with five pieces of music
Live concerts with in-person audiences have been practically nonexistent over the past year, but after months of planning and practice, Rice Shepherd School of Music composition students presented five unique works written during the COVID-19 pandemic at a March 21 concert.