Conrad Tao’s commissioned work performed by the DSO and Joshua Bell premieres in this Big Deal.
Posts Tagged 'Jaap van Zweden'
The DSO’s YouTube Channel is now The Maestro’s Choice — with the orchestra’s smart and silky videos featuring Jaap van Zweden as host and educator. It’s November, so you know what the latest one’s about.
The DSO left two weeks blank when it announced its new schedule in January, two weeks at the City Performance Hall. Those concerts are DSO CEO Jonathan Martin’s first steps in broadening the orchestra’s appeal with something fresher, more casual and more adventuresome.
Today in the roundup: Reliving the (mostly rain-free!) Summer Cut, plus the DMA’s new acquisition and Jaap wows ‘em in Chicago.
It’s an all-music roundup today, with items on a Dallas hip-hop doc, the Cliburn and Jaap’s home base.
See what happens when the Dallas Symphony tours Europe? He’ll be there May 8-12.
The DSO is on tour in Europe — perhaps you’ve heard? — and KERA’s Bill Zeeble caught up with them in Vienna over the weekend. But the Austrians weren’t as welcoming as the Dutch were …
Basking in the glow, DSO CEO Jonathan Martin talks about the Big O in Amsterdam and what’s up with all the Germany on the tour.
Extended ovation in the great Concertgebouw hall, shaking hands, a bouquet, a Wagnerian encore — and what looked like sweat or tears in conductor van Zweden’s eyes.
We catch up with the DSO’s director of artistic planning to talk about tour logistics, acoustics, the problems with rosewood and ivory — and why tomorrow will be very special for the symphony.