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Jonathan Martin, the DSO’s new CEO — its third in three years — was given a public welcome, only five days after arriving in town. Gotta start raising money.
One of the very few people to win an Oscar, Tony, Grammy and an Emmy, the composer was 68.
Back in November, the DSO was talking about insolvency. Obviously, that didn’t happen. A projected deficit of more than $6 million was avoided, fundraising goals were actually exceeded — because of the DSO’s New Business Plan.
It’s the biggest single gift from the Texas Instruments Foundation.
With a degree from Rice in Houston and a previous gig with the Fort Worth Symphony, Thomas Hong has been covering the classical field in Texas.
There have been rumors flying around lately. But the some of the rumors were actually prompted by an attempt to calm such concerns.
Last year, former Police drummer Stewart Copeland had a new composition premiere in Dallas, thanks to the world-percussion ensemble, D’Drum. This year, he came back to celebrate. Oh yeah, and to teach some SMU students.
The DSO suspends its search for a new CEO. They want to get their finances straight first.
Bach’s great St. Matthew Passion was given an imposing performance Thursday night by Jaap van Zweden, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and an army of choral and solo vocalists.