The Fort Worth Symphony will spotlight Antonín Dvořák’s melodious but unfamiliar Serenade in E major on Jan. 8-10. The same weekend, Dallas Symphony performances of Dmitri Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony in A-flat--a supersized version of the composer’s Quartet No. 10--will show how intense a string ensemble can be. The Houston Symphony will partner with onetime prodigy, now mature artist Midori in Beethoven’s Violin Concerto on Jan. 15-17.
Since its founding in 1982, TITAS has been all about bringing the best of the arts to North Texas. The 2020-21 season had been planned to expand upon this mission by featuring, for the first time ever, an all-American lineup of visiting dance companies—until the coronavirus happened.
Back From the Grave: Teatro Dallas partners with Deep Vellum Publishing for outdoor literary theatrical event
Many things were on the cusp of happening when the COVID-19 shutdown occurred, including Teatro Dallas’ landmark production of Cement City.
Even if you’ve never been to Spain, you’re likely to be familiar with some of the country’s most stunning signature artistic marvels, such as the elaborate retablos, or altarpieces, found in churches and cathedrals throughout the region.
Nineteenth-century cabinet cards and a forgotten Texas artist are the two new exhibitions at the re-opened Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth.
ark Bradford enrolled in California Institute of the Arts in 1991 as an adult student. He was a...
The Dallas Opera had just begun rehearsals for a landmark event: the company’s first production in more than 30 years of Giuseppe Verdi’s Don Carlo, a drama whose challenges tower nearly as high as its musical splendors.
The Dallas Symphony’s 2020 Soluna festival will encompass all that and more. The annual music and arts showcase, opening April 3, will feature Dallas artists plus globe-trotting guests; traditional concerts and multimedia immersions; a live incarnation of an acclaimed rock ’n’ roll album as well as a documentary film whose subjects perform in person in front of it.