Ahhhh, Spring. It almost feels like summer already. But, beautiful. Thanks for inviting me into your vibe for the night. This is where you leave your suggestions for music. Nothing too long or too short and please leave me a link if you can.
Archive for March, 2012
Come visit with scads of arts organizations, watch performances and stop by to say hello to Art&Seek, at the mall Saturday.
Checking the league stats on art museum visitors in the 2011 season. How many at-bats did North Texas manage?
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a musician whose legacy quite literally helped leave a trail for others to follow.
Arts education has been a ‘victim’ of standardized testing and No Child Left Behind (the arts pretty much don’t exist). But Sir Ken Robinson argues that our basic education set-up discourages the aesthetic and inventive thinking.
The drummer’s touring in a combo of the country’s best high school jazz performers.
How many books have been added to the Dallas Museum of Art’s library? What’s the downtime on the Wifi there? Don’t know, don’t care? Ah, but there are some deets in the DMA’s new dashboard site that can be very revealing.
The premiere of a gay-bar raid documentary gets a special visitor, an unusual way to help fund the DMA, the ongoing funding saga of the Irving entertainment center — and a note of loss: They’re all in the Friday roundup.
We review The Hunger Games, plus Josh Hutcherson, who plays Peeta, talks to us about making the movie and hanging out with Woody Harrelson and Lenny Kravitz.
The Dallas Bach Society will perform Bach’s St. John Passion, while the Dallas Symphony will perform his St. Matthew for the first time in 50 years. The one concert is church-ensemble small, the other’s symphonic-big. The one’s aiming for early-music authentic … and so’s the other one?