Guest blogger Charles Jin says what do you have to lose? Enter to win DSO tix this weekend, give classical music a try and you may be surprised by what you discover.
Posts Tagged 'Dallas Symphony Orchestra'
Today in the roundup: Talking race at the Undermain, rekindled love at WaterTower and Alex Ross on the DSO.
Today in the roundup: The 25 Cliburn amateur semi-finalists, the DSO gets an associate concertmaster and local music bits.
Today in the roundup: More arts programming coming to PBS, prepping for “Red Light Winter” and Jaap’s favorite music hall (hint: it’s not the Meyerson).
Bill Lively successfully raised the money to build the AT&T Performing Arts Center and to host the Super Bowl. But he will not be doing the same for the DSO.
Together, the two DSO schedules cover spring through summer, Easter through August — with a new, late-morning ‘Coffee Concert’ and a passel of pop stars (Don McLean, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Mathis).
Today in the roundup: A chat with UNT’s Early Music scholars, a violin prodigy stops by the DSO and the trick to starring in your own play.
Today in the roundup: A new record label in Fort Worth, Ed Ruscha stays busy and a DSO favorite is back.
The DSO premiered the LBJ oratorio ‘August 4, 1964.’ Now it takes the commissioned work to Carnegie Hall on May 11.
Today in the roundup: Words with the new DSO concertmaster, assessing the Dallas arts scene and ranking the halftime shows.