Archive for March, 2017

Van Zweden, Dallas Symphony Orchestra & Chorus soar with Bach’s “St. Matthew Passion” – Mar 31, 2017

The loudest applause during the ovations Thursday night at Meyerson Symphony …

Critic’s Choice – Mar 28, 2017

Nowhere does Beethoven so completely embody the revolutionary spirit of his …

With a new contract, Orozco-Estrada leads Houston Symphony in vibrant Beethoven – Mar 25, 2017

If classical music had a rockstar, it would be Ludwig van …

Orozco-Estrada’s contract extended in Houston; Austin Opera gets $1 million gift – Mar 23, 2017

The Houston Symphony has extended Andrés Orozco-Estrada’s contract for three additional …

Critic’s Choice – Mar 22, 2017

Composer Augusta Read Thomas, renowned for the combination of glittering lyricism …

Compelling characters, static music as HGO premiere fetes Rothko Chapel – Mar 18, 2017

Fourteen massive Mark Rothko canvases, all-black but varied in tint and …

Dallas Opera presents a hauntingly beautiful production of Britten’s “Turn of the Screw” – Mar 18, 2017

Benjamin Britten’s 1954 chamber opera The Turn of the Screw is …

Concertmaster Kerr shines brightly in Prokofiev with DSO – Mar 17, 2017

Dallas Symphony concertmaster Alexander Kerr wove a magic spell Thursday night …

Critic’s Choice – Mar 14, 2017

The ultimate operatic ghost story, Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the …

With the glorious Hui He, “Butterfly” shines like new at Dallas Opera – Mar 11, 2017

For many, the thought of yet another production of Giacomo Puccini’s …