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What is a House Concert?

Music has been part of human life since time immemorial. Before the technology of recorded sound, music was shared only in a live setting. Parlor music was played in a parlor. Audiences listened to the music, not to each other. Today, house concerts are growing across America and the world as an age old method of providing a venue for an artist where patrons can donate directly to support the artist and 100% of their donations go directly to the artist. House Concerts in the Arbors is proud to be a part of this network and honored to be among the patrons of our musicians.

We have a small private venue, our living room, ensuring an intimate acoustic experience with the artist. Concerts are by invitation and reservations are required. Our artists are singer/songwriters performing their own original music and will have CDs and other merchandise available for purchase. We feature only the musicians whom we personally have enjoyed performing live and believe our audiences will enjoy them too. No alcohol will be offered, however, if you prefer to BYOB, you may.

House Concerts in the Arbors, along with a few other venues, is featured in an article in Bluebonnet Magazine. Read it here.

Our Next House Concert - Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 3 PM - 5 PM
This concert is "SOLD OUT" but you can reserve a seat at upcoming concerts by clicking here.




Javier Chaparro
y Salud

Special Valentines Concert
Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 3 PM - 5 PM

Send an email to add your name to the "wait list" for this sold out event by clicking here.



https://www.saludmusic.com/



What's with the fox?

Our neighborhood has areas of undeveloped forest and includes a diverse population of native wildlife including foxes and ringtail cats (yes, and all those biting and stinging things, too). This fox was deciding whether to attend our house concert but after a brief discussion with our cat, we were left only with video and photos.


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