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The Big Deal: The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Presents Sara Evans

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Catch the powerful performance of Sara Evans with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.

VIDEO: KXT Live Session with Sarah Jaffe

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Three videos from the Denton singer’s new album, all shot in KXT’s studio.

The Big Deal: Chamber Music Society Of Fort Worth Presents The Unexpected Journey: Paris To Budapest

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Travel with the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth on The Unexpected Journey: Paris to Budapest

The Big Deal: ‘The Sound Of Music’ At Casa Mañana

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We have tickets to one of your favorite things – ‘The Sound of Music.’

A Nervous Eduardo Mata Conducts The DSO In The Meyerson For The First Time

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 […]

The Meyerson at 50? Only If Classical Music Survives.

As it passes its 25th anniversary, the Meyerson’s future is tied to the future of classical music.

In The Tense Race to Finish The Meyerson, Acoustician Russell Johnson Struggles To Hear.

Contributor Quin Mathews takes us back in this installment of “Secrets of the Meyerson.”

Secrets of the Meyerson: The Organ

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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?

I.M. Pei Says Meyerson Among His Top 3 Most Important Buildings

KERA contributor Quin Mathews was on the scene with I.M. Pei as the architect toured the Meyerson 25 years ago. Mathews takes a trip into the archives to bring us this audio postcard.

Philanthropist Ted Strauss Dies at 89

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Strauss’ donations included a $1 million gift to the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

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