Texas Music Festival closes with a powerful Mahler Sixth

Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 6, with its despondent close, may seem […]

St. Clair returns to lead Texas Music Festival musicians in high-energy concert

Texas Music Festival is in the midst of its 30th anniversary […]

Texas Music Festival opens, eventually, with energy and grandeur

The Texas Music Festival gives conservatory musicians a glimpse of how […]

Halls leads DSO and chorus in a ripely romantic take on Haydn’s “Creation”

By eight minutes in, when the chorus roared to full power […]

Worlds collide compellingly with Heras-Casado and DSO

Spanish-born conductor Pablo Heras-Casado, who last appeared here in October of 2017, […]


A “Phoenix” to rise at HGO with world premiere of Da Ponte opera

In 1805, Lorenzo Da Ponte, formerly a celebrated librettist employed by […]

Critic’s Choice for 2018-19 season

All-Rachmaninoff evening with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Cliburn Foundation. October […]


Texas Classical Review wants you!

Mon Jul 08, 2019 at 11:23 am

Texas Classical Review is looking for reviewers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for the 2019-20 season.

A strong and deep knowledge of classical repertory is required as well as first-class writing skills. A journalism background and/or some classical reviewing experience is greatly preferred.

Please send a CV with clips or links to same to editor Lawrence A. Johnson at


August 31

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra
Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor
Jesus Castro-Balbi, […]


Critic’s Choice

To think of Verdi is to think of doomed heroines and […]

Critic’s Choice

Don Juan resumes his hell-bent womanizing Saturday night, when Mozart’s Don Giovanni […]