Spring has sprung! Come celebrate with the flowers this weekend at the Dallas Arboretum.
Archive for February, 2012
A youth orchestra in Austria brings high comedy to classical music with its remote-controlled conductor.
Here’s your chance to hear from the Tony-winning composer-lyricist of Broadway’s In the Heights, coming soon to the AT&T Performing Arts Center.
Bright lights, building bling, a new center for Texas architecture named for a friend, Rick Santorum’s voting record on the NEA and Glenn Ligon in Fort Worth: Is this a roundup or what?
We’ve got two pairs of tickets to giveaway to those who can correctly answer our trivia question.
We’ve mostly forgotten around here what snow even looks like. So enjoy this lovely reminder from landscape artist Sonja Hinrichsen.
Today in the roundup: A local Oscar winner, a local dancer to know and a Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge blowout.
Since a silent movie is going to win, why not turn down the sound and listen to some great tunes?
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a child prodigy whose tastes ranged from classical music to fiddle hoedowns.
On Thursday night and again tonight, the Dallas Opera’s music director, Graeme Jenkins, is sandwiching a very different kind of work between performances of his company’s “Tristan und Isolde.” It’s Handel’s oratorio “Theodora,” which could hardly be different from Wagner’s masterpiece.