2018 Season

Gallery Series (Inaugural Event)

The launching event for Arts of Tolerance will feature performances by artists from around the world with special guest, the internationally renowned Silk Road Ensemble. Hosted by Jose Griñan of KRIV Fox 26, the evening also brings us performances by Flamart, Foundation for Modern Music, Strictly Street Salsa, and others - a showcase of the cultures that have made our City to be recognized as ‘Most Diverse’. A 'meet the artists' reception will follow the evening's performance.  


Hudspeth Auditorium

April 12, 2018

7:00 – 9:30 PM

Anderson-Clarke Center | Rice University

6100 S Main St, Houston, TX 77005

Summer Series

Arts of Tolerance joins Foundation for Modern Music’s 4th Annual Music that Should be Danced presentation. Quickly becoming one of the city’s biggest culturally diverse dance events, Music that Should be Danced brings some of the City’s most talented dancers together in one event. A special feature of this program is the use of live music in many of the performances, keeping alive the tradition of live music dance performances; with dancers and musicians working in harmony to produce an amazing artistic experience for both audience and performers.    


Miller Outdoor Theatre

April 13, 2018

8:00 PM

6000 Hermann Park Dr, Houston, TX 77030 

Downtown Series

Continuing its mission of community engagement Arts of Tolerance combines efforts at Flamart’s 8th Annual Salsa y Salud. With downtown theaters in repair after hurricane Harvey, the series will take place at Hermann Park. Reaching audiences of up to 8,000, Salsa y Salud has become a fall’s tradition at Miller Outdoor Theatre, with the program commanding the largest number of attendees in a Latin music, dance, health, and cultural diversity event.  


Miller Outdoor Theatre

September 22, 2018

8:00 PM

6000 Hermann Park Dr, Houston, TX 77030 

At The Chapel Series

From Verdi and Mozart to Stravinsky and Britten, the requiem has been a musical tradition used by many composers to remind us of life's indeterminacy. American composer Arthur Gottschalk's momentous masterwork, REQUIEM: FOR THE LIVING, an 8-movement, 45 minute work for full orchestra, chorus, and four soloists, resigns the fear of uncertainty by celebrating the rich narrative of Western art and culture. Gottschalk commemorates Western music, quoting many genres from its history, from Renaissance madrigals and Classical sonatas to jazz, pop, and blues. By honoring Western and Eastern thought, innovation, and art, Gottschalk creates a holistic and humanistic work that attempts to embrace people and beliefs from almost all parts of the world. A man whose music is described as "rapturous, argumentative, and prickly" (Gramophone Magazine), "fascinatingly strange" (BBC Music Magazine), and "brainy and jazzy" (American Record Guide), award-winning composer Arthur Gottschalk is Professor of Music Composition and Theory at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music. He is student of renowned American composers William Bolcom, Ross Lee Finney, and Leslie Bassett.

 

South Main Baptist Church

November 17, 2018

7:30 PM

4100 S Main St, Houston, TX 77002