Today in the roundup: Getting to know FWSO musicians, the end of the line for pianos and the Nasher’s experiential environment.
Archive for July, 2012
She’s just been a hotshot violinist for 30 years. But hers is the most conventional performance for Soundings’ new season. We’re talking quadrophonic sound, plus two.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a singer who had a minty fresh moniker.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re spending the day with art at Design District Gallery Day.
The Olympics officially start tonight. If this doesn’t get you fired up, nothing will.
Art&Seek guest blogger Danielle Georgiou sits down with Step Up: Revolution choreographer Christopher Scott and actor/dancer Misha Gabriel during their visit to Dallas to discuss all things dance.
Today in the roundup: Assessing Junior Players’ Shrew, the Toadies are back with a vengeance and art in the Olympics
We discuss the new comedy starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill and consider the connections between last week’s shooting in Colorado and the movies.
Enjoy the evolution of the PBS painter’s creations (and hair) in this musical tribute.
Today in the roundup: Considering public parks, Half Price Books celebrates a birthday and the code to ancient rock paintings in Texas is cracked.