The winners were chosen Sunday night. You can hear them perform in this piece from KERA’s Bill Zeeble.
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Haven’t got your 4th of July plans yet? Then sign up for this Big Deal and Fort Worth favorite outing.
The Cliburn is aiming for a new generation of pianists – kids. This weekend brings the Cliburn’s first international competition for 13 to 17-year-olds.
You might have caught Luke Wade singing at your local coffee shop a couple of years ago. Or you caught Luke on The Voice. Now you can catch the soulful singer with four free lawn passes when he performs at the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Concerts in the Garden.
Win tickets to Casa Mañana’s Les Misérables.
He grew up poor and fatherless in Fort Worth – and remained a Texas saxophonist, through all the decades of avant-garde experimentalism and jazz-funk innovation. What he was, was an original.
Artistic director Kevin Moriarty generated tons of goodwill when he reconnected the DTC to its historic commitment to a company of local actors. Six years on, it looks more and more like a goodwill gesture and not a real acting ensemble.
Longtime North Texas arts maven Sharon Benge is consulting with the Fort Worth company — while guest directors fill in because former artistic director Tre Garrett is no longer with Jubilee. He’s still facing charges for allegedly soliciting two boys.
Win tickets to see great art on the big screen.
Ft. Worth finally gets The Book of Mormon, while the DSM brings in 3 shows with brief runs on Broadway (Elf, Bridges of Madison County and Bullets Over Broadway) and everybody shares three shows.