Today in the roundup: A JFK commission debuts, Quaker City Night Hawks are on the rise, plus notes on the Amon Carter and DSO.
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Today in the roundup: A Dallas-made movie hits the coasts, Jubilee scores with ‘Black Pearl Sings’ and a tribute to John Williams.
Thursday night, the documentary A Cremona con Amore will play at the Dallas Museum of Art. It follows former DSO concertmaster Emmanuel Borok’s trip to Cremona, Italy, the birthplace of his 400-year-old violin. Here’s a taste.
Tonight, Korean violinist Chee-yun Kim plays Sarasate’s Zigeunerweisen [Gypsy Airs] for Violin and Orchestra, Opus 20. Want a preview? Here ya go.
Today in the roundup: The year in visual arts, a preview of tonight’s DSO concert and a notable local theater death.
Ring in the New Year with Strauss and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra!
Three really big shows in this week’s really Big Deal!
Next November, Dallas will hear two new classical works marking the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination – one by an 18-year-old Chinese-American prodigy, the other from a Grammy-winning composer.
Three lucky winners will win four tickets to see the show on the last day of its run – Dec. 23, at 2:30 p.m. at the Meyerson Symphony Center.
The DSO’s beloved holiday tradition in all its pageantry is one of the Big Deals this week.