In case you missed David Byrne and St. Vincent last night on Late Show With David Letterman, here’s video proof that the performance did indeed happen.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Theatre Arlington’s ‘Allergist’s Wife,’ TACA announces 2013 grants and why there’s always coughing at classical concerts.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a musical pioneer who drew inspiration from a barroom brawl.
The opera, Great Scott, already had Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally working on it. So now the Dallas Opera has a Tony Award-winning director to go with him.
Tonight, our bunkmates over at KXT present Cat Power at the South Side Music Hall. To get you prepped, check out her performance of “Cherokee” on Conan.
Today in the roundup: Behind the scenes at Dallas Children’s Theater, syncing a symphony with ‘Oz’ and a preview of spring dance.
Tonight through Sunday, pianist Yefim Bronfman joins the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for an all-Mozart program. Bronfman is a pretty big deal in the piano world, and this performance of Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 shows why.
Today in the roundup: A Fort Worth chamber music group makes house calls, local music bits and the health benefits of playing music.
The song may be in Japanese, but the awesomeness of stop-motion transcends language.
Beatles fans take note – two winners receive tickets to see tribute band A Hard Night’s Day.