(POSTPONED) Opening Reception: The Quilt – Behind the Scenes | MBAW Art Gallery

MBAW Art Gallery 23705 Frontage Road, Ste. 101 San Antonio, TX 78257

Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at the cast, crew, musicians and production process of the upcoming MBAW documentary film, The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music, viewed through the lens of photographers Robert Michaelson, Sarah Jane Hassan, Manuel Alejandro Hernández Cardona of CMC Studios, and MBAW staff.

Free & Open to the Public, Tickets Required for Entry

(POSTPONED) The Quilt: A Community Celebration!

Carver Community Cultural Center 226 N Hackberry, San Antonio, TX

Join us for mimosas and bites, film snippets, performances and more as we celebrate San Antonio community partners, writers, musicians, artists, videographers and creatives in the educational documentary "The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music" to be premiered this spring!

Free & Open to the Public, Tickets Required for Entry

The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music | Impresario Club

This concert showcases outstanding musicians featured in Musical Bridges’ original documentary “The Quilt”: a celebration of the history of African American culture through music. Featured artists include vocalist Beverly Houston, Veronica Williams, Andrea Vocab, legendary trombonist Ron Wilkins, pianist Aaron Prado, and many others. The program will highlight historical spirituals to music of the present day.

Members Only

The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music | Musica Viva!

This concert showcases outstanding musicians featured in Musical Bridges’ original documentary “The Quilt”: a celebration of the history of African American culture through music. Featured artists include vocalist Beverly Houston, Veronica Williams, Andrea Vocab, legendary trombonist Ron Wilkins, pianist Aaron Prado, and many others. The program will highlight historical spirituals to music of the present day.

Members Only

The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music | Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral

San Fernando Cathedral 115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX

This concert showcases outstanding musicians featured in Musical Bridges’ upcoming documentary film “The Quilt: A Living History of African American Music”. Performers include Beverly Houston, Veronica Williams, Andrea Vocab Sanderson, Ron Wilkins, Marc “Mockingbird” Smith, and Aaron Prado’s jazz trio with Johnathan Alexander and Brandon Rivas. The program will highlight historical spirituals all the way to music of the present day.

Free & Open to the Public, Tickets Required for Entry

Gracias a La Vida! | 8th Annual International Music Festival

Charline McCombs Empire Theatre 226 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX

Spanish, Mexican and Latin music with modern and latin jazz styling! Incomparable Mexican jazz singer Magos Herrera will be joined by Victor Prieto, accordion virtuoso from Galicia and Musical Bridges’ favorite San Antonio jazz trio featuring Aaron Prado on piano.

Free & Open to the Public, Tickets Required for Entry

Melting Pot | 8th Annual International Music Festival

Charline McCombs Empire Theatre 226 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX

Sam Reider and the Human Hands bring irresistible melodies and fiery improvisation to a mashup of Reider’s own creation, blending contemporary composition techniques with American jazz, folk, and pop tunes from around the globe.

Free & Open to the Public, Tickets Required for Entry

The Lark | 8th Annual International Music Festival

San Fernando Cathedral 115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX

The Miró Quartet, one of America’s most celebrated string quartets, performs Haydn’s incredible “The Lark” as well as jazz legend Wynton Marsalis’s “Meeelan” with bassoonist Kristin Wolfe Jensen, professor of Bassoon at UT Austin’s Butler School of Music.

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Duo Amal | 8th Annual International Music Festival

San Fernando Cathedral 115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX

Virtuoso concert pianists Yaron Kohlberg of Israel and Bishara Haroni of Palestine make up the two halves of Duo Amal. Their name “Amal” means “Hope” in Arabic, reflecting their belief that music can overcome different backgrounds and cultural boundaries.

Free & Open to the Public, Tickets Required for Entry