This week, Paul talks with Dallas’ Nervous Curtains about Out of Sync With Time, the band’s debut release.
Archive for February, 2010
Hey Hey Hey, It’s Sunday night, time for some cool music! This is where you can leave your polite comments and wonderful suggestions for music, new, old, strange and familiar. New to me this week: Field Music Kashmere Stage band Poncho Sanchez ————————————– Maxine Sullivan “Ac-Cent-Uate the Positive” The Very Best Of Maxine Sullivan The […]
This weekend’s concerts by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra are introducing an exceptionally gifted young German cellist, Daniel Müller-Schott. His forceful and clean technique, warm tone and impeccable artistry made Dvorak’s cello concerto one of the season’s highlights on Saturday night. Here’s hoping the Dallas Symphony signs him up soon. His conductorial collaborator, Giancarlo Guerrero […]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll look at a singing group that was founded in the 1800s but still performs today.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re taking the kids to a show.
Guest blogger Sarah Jane Semrad is Executive Director of La Reunion TX. If you’ve never been out to La Reunion, this is your chance! La Reunion is in the business of providing unique opportunities for artists to work with nature in a gorgeous outdoor studio space and gallery. We believe that the creation of new […]
The Wall Street Journal reports that in tough times, Americans head to museums — children’s, science, history or art museums. One good reason for that you won’t find until the bottom of the article: “Many museums’ admissions fees remain free or are relatively inexpensive. … The average price of admission was $7, the same as […]
Teatro Dallas closes its 14th International Theater Festival this weekend with a solo artist from that exotic, faraway land – Miami. Actually, Teo Castellanos’ show, NE Second Avenue, is about just one street in Miami. But because that street crosses Haitian, Cuban, Puerto Rican and African-American neighborhoods, Castellanos can contain multitudes onstage. Jerome Weeks reports.
A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION: One of the world’s most recognizable classical musicians stopped through town Thursday night for a concert with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. But the critics are sharply divided on Itzhak Perlman’s performance. Chris Shull had a blast. “Perlman’s performances exude warmth and joy. The ease and excitement of his playing project a […]
Guest blogger Lee Trull is Associate Artist with the Dallas Theater Center and a member of the Kitchen Dog Theater Company. For weeks now, I’ve been wanting to interview my friend – and fellow Kitchen Dog Theater and Dallas Theater Center company member – Christie Vela about directing boom at Kitchen Dog. But she’s just […]