Review:  “The Lighthouse”
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Review: “The Lighthouse”

“The Lighthouse” Dallas Opera March 16-18, 2012 “Opera” is one of those terms, like “classical…

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All That Jazz
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All That Jazz

Celebrated Virtuoso at 19
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Celebrated Virtuoso at 19

Child protégées have a hard row to hoe. When a violinist is invited to play…

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Dallas Debut for Quartet
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Dallas Debut for Quartet

The Jerusalem Quartet, sick hailed by as “one of the young, cialis yet great quartets of…

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Music Out of the Box
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Music Out of the Box

In 2010, viagra 60mg the Nasher Sculpture Center added a chamber music series to its…

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Dissecting the Opera-tion
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Dissecting the Opera-tion

You would think that the worlds of opera and theater would be entwined; they have…

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Review:  River Oaks Chamber Orchestra
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Review: River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

It is a rare occasion when Houston music lovers have the opportunity to enjoy a…

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Review:  “The Rape of Lucretia”
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Review: “The Rape of Lucretia”

Houston Grand Opera capped off its multi-year Britten Cycle with “The Rape of Lucretia,” a…

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Music & Medals
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Music & Medals

Here in Houston, with the recent completion of Houston Grand Opera’s (HGO) annual Eleanor McCollum…

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The Sweet Sounds of March
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The Sweet Sounds of March

Two choral events happening March 24 at 7:30 pm: “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell: Coming Out…

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Wild Children of the Arts
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Wild Children of the Arts

I have a special place in my heart for independent artists, and I’m proud to…

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Play It Again, George
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Play It Again, George

That time is now. In a Valentine’s night concert, the Dallas Wind Symphony pays tribute…

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The Man with the Baton
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The Man with the Baton

Maestro Jaap van Zweden talks shop   Not every North Texas superstar is an athlete.…

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Review: La Traviata
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Review: La Traviata

It’s rarely a good sign when your ghost appears before your death. So it goes…

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Review:  RachFest 3 – Rach 2
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Review: RachFest 3 – Rach 2

It is a rare occasion when the Houston Symphony invites a single artist to perform…

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Making Music: Making a Career
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Making Music: Making a Career

SO YOU HAVE TRAINING AT A major music school, does that guarantee you a career?…

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United In Song
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United In Song

It’s late on a cool November afternoon and chaos reigns in the basement of the…

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Cultural Warrior: Becky Tobin
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Cultural Warrior: Becky Tobin

Executive director Becky Tobin is the one-woman show behind the scenes at the Houston Chamber…

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Overtures: Opera in the Heights Opens a New Act
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Overtures: Opera in the Heights Opens a New Act

Four full-time staff members and numerous part-timers, plus an army of dedicated volunteers help Oh…

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Women Succeed in Houston’s Classical Music Scene
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Women Succeed in Houston’s Classical Music Scene

It’s often said that the business of classical music is dominated by men. However, if…

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Life Outside the Meyerson
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Life Outside the Meyerson

Sundays can get hectic for many musicians of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Not only do…

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Staying in Tune at Dallas Opera
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Staying in Tune at Dallas Opera

The Dallas Opera hit a sour note months ago when it abruptly announced the cancellation…

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Houston: A Growing Early Music Mecca
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Houston: A Growing Early Music Mecca

Houston is known for its Theater and Museum districts, help for its ballet, shop opera,…

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