Bach’s great St. Matthew Passion was given an imposing performance Thursday night by Jaap van Zweden, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and an army of choral and solo vocalists.
Archive for March, 2012
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a singing schoolteacher whose hit song landed him in the national spotlight.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re off to South Dallas for Art Spring.
April Fool’s Day is Sunday. Learn about its history – and some of its better pranks – in this handy video.
Whether you’re a dancer or just someone who appreciates the art form, there’s something for you this weekend.
A herd of brightly-colored dancing horses shocked students Thursday at the University of North Texas. But the event may have been a surprise, but it wasn’t spontaneous. Instead, it took a famous artist, hundreds of students and months of planning to pull off.
Today in the roundup: USA Film Fest news, previewing the DSO’s St. Matthew Passion and a switchup at Prairie Fest.
This week, we break down the Snow White redux and talk all things Mad Men.
Ron Burgundy visits Conan O’Brien to deliver the best news you’ll hear all day.
Today in the roundup: Trouble in the Arts District, reviewing Emma in Fort Worth and local music bits.