The Amon Carter show from last year has moved on to St. Louis and now New York — where it has been hailed by national and even international press.
In Europe, they call them son et lumiere shows, sound and light shows, and that’s what Aurora brings to the Dallas Arts District every two years — this time with 80 artists.
New York Public Radio interviews Morning News critic Scott Cantrell and Artsjournal founder Doug McLennan about the current parlous state of classical music reviewing.
One of the more illustrious literary periodicals in the world gives a pleased nod to our local translator-publisher. And then, so did the London Review of Books.
Virtuosity, the new TV documentary about the 2013 Van Cliburn piano competition, airs tonight on KERA.
Whatever you thought about his judgments — and Cantrell was instrumental in recognizing the transformation Jaap van Zweden has brought to the DSO — there are very few people who do his job as intelligently and consistently. Question: What will the News do with classical music now?
He’ll be there for three weeks in fall 2015 and three weeks in spring 2016, working with students and researching his new play on Russian arts impresario Sergei Diaghilev.
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The Big Screen boys – KERA’s Stephen Becker and Chris Vognar of The Dallas Morning News – are going back half-a-century in film to illustrate the best in cinematic storytelling.
She started in the district two years ago, after Veletta Lill retired. Now she’s off to the Entrepreneurs of North Texas.
Piero Golia’s luxury salon will undoubtedly be something of a contrast to the “Arte Povera” (“poor art) of Giuseppe Penone, who uses tree trunks and the human body as sculptural and conceptual materials.