Give some love to the classical arts and join the Austin Symphony Orchestra for the opening its 107th season with “Mozart in Paris.” The night will be a classical journey to the City of Love featuring two pieces by Francis Poulenc and two by Mozart, including the famous Symphony No. 31, or Paris. Get there early for a pre-concert talk and the chance to play some instruments yourself. Spend a night in Rio with Austin’s annual Brazil Day.
What to Do in Austin Today: Sept. 7 A daily event to get you off the couch and enjoying the capital city By Rachel Cooper Published: September 7, 2017 Photo courtesy Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival/Facebook Don’t miss the opening night of the Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival, which is celebrating its 30th year. Film fans can enjoy four days of films across seven categories including narratives, documentaries, shorts, and more. The fest kicks off with the...
What to Do in Austin Today: Sept. 5 A daily event to get you off the couch and enjoying the capital city By Rachel Cooper Published: September 5, 2017 Photo courtesy UMLAUF Sculpture Garden/Facebook Enjoy an evening in the UMLAUF Sculpture Garden & Museum with the unveiling of “Bucky Miller: Grackle Actions,” honoring this year’s recipient of the UMLAUF Prize. The event will be celebrated in true Austin style with live music and craft beer from local brewers, including Independence Brewing...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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