Next week, VideoFest will open its 27th edition with an event that’s part film, part music. The Dallas Chamber Symphony will perform a brand-new score that syncs up with Alfred Hitchcock’s silent film, The Lodger. This week, we talk to the man who will be conducting the musicians that night.
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SMU professor Willie Baronet has been buying handmade signs from panhandlers for 23 years. In recent years, he made them into art installations in Dallas galleries. After a cross-country, 24-city trip, he’s now working on a book and a feature-length documentary.
Denton author Merritt Tierce paints a bleak picture in her debut novel. She chats about her interest in the idea of shame, and the dark side of waiting tables.
Only two years ago, the Dallas Opera was hurting so bad, it had cut its season down to three shows. This season it’s back up to five, and the company’s $15 million budget is balanced. Again.
Dallas filmmaker talks about filming in New Zealand, and, hopefully, here in Dallas with Robert Redford.
Crystal Bridges – the stunning art museum in Arkansas funded by a Wal-Mart heir – takes a stab at summing up the current American art scene with more than 200 artworks from 44 states. Whatever else it is, State of the Art is ambitious.
Visit Secrets of the Meyerson to take a tour of the building, watch stakeholders answer five key questions, and take control of the acoustics (You can make the canopy and reverb chamber doors move.) The Meyerson continues its anniversary celebration all week. Here’s a list of activities. Listen to Quin Mathews’ report that aired on […]
As it passes its 25th anniversary, the Meyerson’s future is tied to the future of classical music.
Contributor Quin Mathews takes us back in this installment of “Secrets of the Meyerson.”
The Meyerson’s majestic Lay Family Organ is one of the symphony hall’s greatest assets – a beautiful “monster” that can rattle the seats and wow the virtuosi. So why don’t we hear it more often?