The Dallas Symphony has a new, two-year contract, and the Dallas Opera has balanced its budget – two years ahead of schedule. Not bad, considering both groups were in severe financial trouble in 2011.
See video from the KXT studios of a U.K. band making its first trip to North Texas.
They’re all from the 17th and 18th centuries, and several are rarities: a painting from a lost altarpiece, a previously unknown pair of paintings on copper, an unpublished drawing.
A red opera house, red signs and now three monumental pieces of outdoor red. Did anybody plan this?
Eric Lee, Director of the Kimbell Art Museum, explains some of the design features of the new Piano Pavilion and talks about the excitement surrounding the buildings Nov. 27 opening.
The Dallas Opera will simulcast the ‘robot opera,’ Death and the Powers, to 10 locations around the U.S and Europe — the first time this has been done. What’s more, it’ll be interactive.
It looked like an explosion in a costume shop. Now it looks like it’s ready for opening night.
It’s a New York Times edition of the round-up, with video of Hallie Foote, financial woes for opera, and an up-and-coming film director from Dallas (no, it’s not David Lowery.)
KERA’s Courtney Collins gets stealthy at Ninja Night at the Crow Collection.
Artists from around the country light up the Omni Hotel with their work.