The Dallas Bach Society will perform Bach’s St. John Passion, while the Dallas Symphony will perform his St. Matthew for the first time in 50 years. The one concert is church-ensemble small, the other’s symphonic-big. The one’s aiming for early-music authentic … and so’s the other one?
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The DSO’s last record distribution deal ended in 2006. Since then, if you wanted a recording of the DSO with conductor van Zweden, you had a choice of two CDs on Amazon. That’s it. And no downloads. That’s going to change April 1.
Conductor Jaap van Zweden is getting a proclamation from Mayor Rawlings this week — while financially, the DSO has shifted from staving off insolvency to trying to retire its multi-million dollar deficit.
Today in the roundup: Van Zweden’s new post, reviewing ‘Anne Frank’ and a generous gift from local theater actors.
Today in the roundup: Television brings big bucks to town, the year in local music and the importance of conducting.
Unless fortunes change, the Dallas Symphony will be insolvent by late January-early February. DSO chairman Blaine Nelson explains why — and is optimistic it won’t happen.
Good choice, no?
Today in the roundup: Talking race at the Undermain, rekindled love at WaterTower and Alex Ross on the DSO.
The DSO gets a warm reception at Carnegie Hall (with updated reviews as they come in), Jim Lehrer is stepping down, TITAS presents a world-premiere dance commission tonight and will other Broadway tours come to North Texas? All in today’s roundup.
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).