Extended ovation in the great Concertgebouw hall, shaking hands, a bouquet, a Wagnerian encore — and what looked like sweat or tears in conductor van Zweden’s eyes.
We travel all over for this Roundup, including New York City, the Netherlands and oh, let’s see, the entire roster of the Dallas International Film Festival. Hey, it includes movies from 28 countries.
We catch up with the DSO’s director of artistic planning to talk about tour logistics, acoustics, the problems with rosewood and ivory — and why tomorrow will be very special for the symphony.
Photos big and tiny at the Amon Carter, reporters at SXSW, and there’s a new critic in town.
What’ll good looks get you? In WaterTower Theatre’s quick, bright production of the comedy, The Ugly One, they’ll get you everything — and nothing.
Kathy Burks, Ann Richards and Jean Paul Gaultier — how’s that for a Friday roundup?
The music festival 35 Denton started as a day party at South by Southwest. Nine years later, Denton’s mayor and festival organizers are finding it may be the key to forging a national identity, and economic development, in the city. Dallas freelance writer Audra Schroeder reports.
Guest blogger Danielle Marie Georgiou previews the Brazilian dance company’s performance Friday with the man responsible for the way it moves.
Prepare for a mind-blowing State of the Arts with panelists who are pushing the boundaries of art and technology. Come join us Thursday night.
For the past seven years, Texas lawmakers have funded STEM academies – public schools stressing science, technology, engineering and math. This fall, Plano ISD launches a variation on that theme, KERA’s Bill Zeeble reports on the new STEAM Academy.