Concertgoers at the Meyerson Symphony Center this weekend will witness a rare site in classical music – a young, female conductor. KERA’s Stephen Becker reports Alondra de la Parra brings a fresh perspective to the classical world:
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A special deal to hear the DSO perform A German Requiem and see The Mourners at the DMA. Nothing to be sad about there…
How does conductor Jaap van Zweden get the orchestra primed to perform a major work? See for yourself when you win two seats to the DSO’s rehearsal of the Brahms German Requiem next Wednesday.
Today in the roundup: Pet Shop Boys come to town (sort of), Liza previews her DSO show and the Mourners get rearranged.
Today in the roundup: Annette Strauss Square opens, good deals in the Arts District and local music bits.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Guild has generously offered up a pair of tickets to this unique event. If you’d like to go, just be the first to e-mail the answer to our trivia question.
Today in the roundup: The UNT Orchestra plays Cowboys Stadium, the DSO pulls a switcheroo and local theater notes.
Today in the roundup: Jaap returns, Fort Worth gets jazzy and the Notorious C.H.O. talks music and comedy.
Marvin Hamlisch makes his debut as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Principle Pops Conductor.
Have you ever wondered how an orchestra can play precisely along with a video when providing a live accompaniment?