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.
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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).
A new Mendelssohn Festival, the DSO’s first, plus a trio of heavy-duty choral works – Bach’s St. Matthew’s Passion, Beethoven’s Fidelio and Berlioz’ Te Deum – are among the highlights of the symphony’s new season.
Today in the roundup: Words with the new DSO concertmaster, assessing the Dallas arts scene and ranking the halftime shows.
Break it down: what composer is performed by symphonies more than any other? Which internationally known music director conducts more concerts than any other? Bachtrack has the stats for 2010.
The man means money. Bill Lively, president of the Super Bowl Host Committee and former president of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, continues his whistle stop tour of Major North Texas Civic and Cultural Jobs and Fundraising Spectaculars by becoming the new president of the Dallas Symphony.
Dallas Symphony conductor Jaap van Zweden will receive the Radio 4 Prize in the Netherlands today — the ceremony will be broadcast on the public-service radio network.