A young girl sits on one of Anat Ronen’s chalk creations. Ronen, of Houston, will create a large three-dimensional street painting at this year’s Kerrville Chalk Festival, which gets underway today at Peterson Plaza in downtown Kerrville. The free event will feature an estimated 95 artists, …
Schreiner University has invited The Flyin’ A’s to participate in the “Music and Conversation” event on Oct 29 on campus.
The city of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department is inviting all ghosts, goblins and creatures of the night to Louise Hays Park on Thursday, Oct. 31, for an evening of safe and traditional family fun.
To celebrate the eighth anniversary of Hill Country Poets, Friends of the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library will sponsor a reading by San Antonio Poet Laureate Octavio Quintanilla on Sunday.
Recognized as a Grammy Award-nominated string quartet for 17 seasons, Camerata San Antonio will perform as a trio for its next concert, PRISM, in Kerrville at 3 p.m. Saturday and in Boerne on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Hill Country fans of the music of the Electric Light Orchestra will have the opportunity to see and hear one of its few tribute bands when A New World Record performs at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at the Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.
A celebratory opening night gala is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday in the a of the Steve W. Shepherd Theater, followed by a performance of the Fredericksburg Theater Company’s fall drama, “12 Angry Men.”
In the Roaring Twenties, a surging economy created an era of mass consumerism, as Jazz-Age flappers flouted Prohibition laws and the Harlem Renaissance redefined arts and culture.
The Symphony of the Hills still has seats at all levels available for its season-opening concert, Swan Songs, starting at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Cailloux Theater in Kerrville.
In a 12-hour period, I was stung on the bum by a scorpion, zapped on the forearm by a red wasp and stepped barefoot in a trail of red ants. It was kind of exhilarating, in a hurty sorta way. And it’s not like I was Indiana Jones-ing. The scorpion got me in bed, the wasp while getting the mai…
A part of every symphony artistic director’s job description is helping create the musical theme for each concert. Eugene Dowdy, who is both artistic director and conductor for Kerrville’s Symphony of the Hills, had a higher purpose in mind when putting together the program for the opening c…
The Hill Country Arts Foundation is inviting the public to celebrate the music of the 1950s and ’60s with what it’s calling an energetic live performance by The New Buddy Holly Band next month.
Country artist Mark Wills hit the charts at the tender age of 23 with “Jacob’s Ladder,” from his self-titled debut album. He’s been back on the charts 16 times, joined The Grand Ole Opry this year and will be in Kerrville this weekend.
Camerata San Antonio, the Grammy Award-nominated classical chamber music ensemble, opens its 2019-20 season with “Virtuosity,” a paean to Russian chamber music.
A local bereavement support group is hosting a free concert this month featuring award-winning speaker, songwriter and recording artist Alan Pedersen.
Love, friendship and the daily drudgery of minimum wage employment are all explored in “The Flick,” the sweet, funny and at times achingly sad show that Yellow Lab Productions will perform today through Saturday.
The Kerrville Art Club will have its first meeting of the year at 1 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Forum Room at the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett St. in downtown Kerrville.
The Friends of the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library will host Elizabeth Crook to read and talk about her writing at 2 p.m. Sept. 14, in the library’s Level 1 meeting room. Admission is free, and the event is open to the public.
Anyone who has driven past 125 Lehmann Drive in Kerrville during the past year has probably noticed that the grounds around the Guadalupe Basin Natural Resources Center have undergone a transformation.
Registration opens today for youngsters interested in building a car for a drive-in special at the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library on Sept. 21.
For the first time in the United States, the Four Italian Tenors will present the “greatest tenor arias and songs of all time” in concert at Kerrville’s Cailloux Theater at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Audiences are invited to experience the final two performances of “Dearly Departed,” the drop-dead southern funeral comedy now showing at the Point Theatre.
The Hill Country Arts Foundation will host auditions for “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 7 and 5 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 9.
FREDERICKSBURG — The silver medalist for the 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition will perform in Fredericksburg on Sept. 15. Kenny Broberg will open the Fredericksburg Music Club concert season — the first of eight performances scheduled in 2019-20.
The Cowboy Capital of the World never misses an opportunity to celebrate its western heritage, with the latest iteration taking place Labor Day weekend. The spirited three-day “Bandera Round-Up” will include a Western art show, arts and crafts vendors, cowboy activities on the courthouse law…
The next free concert in the Concerts by the River series will feature The Mike Kasberg Quartet, food from local restaurants and a tree fund for Kerrville’s parks. The event will get underway at 7 p.m. Friday at Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive.
Audrey Jellett, cellist, and her mother, Sabrina Adrian, organist/pianist, will present a concert in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Four young singers from Rome will perform in Kerrville as part of the group’s first tour of the United States. The Four Italian Tenors present “Viva Italia” at the Cailloux Theater at 3 p.m. Sept. 8.