Archive for October, 2017

Fort Worth Symphony shines brightly in belated Strauss premiere – Oct 30, 2017

         Friday night at Bass Performance Hall, the […]

Resilience Theater proves an ideal space for HGO’s silver-screen “Caesar” – Oct 29, 2017

In a way, Houston Grand Opera’s Resilience Theater is tailor-made for […]

Dallas Opera offers a freshly conceived, vocally gleaming take on “Traviata” – Oct 29, 2017

Dallas Opera scored a second major success of the season with […]

Shanghai Quartet lights a fire for Chamber Music Houston – Oct 27, 2017

The opening Adagio of Felix Mendelssohn’s String Quartet No. 1 hinted […]

November 24 – Oct 25, 2017

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Jaap van Zweden, conductor Alisa Weilerstein, cellist Prokofiev: […]

Baritone brings power, immediacy to Schubert’s winter journey with Da Camera of Houston – Oct 24, 2017

The protagonist of Franz Schubert’s Winterreise may be the most despondent […]

A young violinist makes a fine showing in the Las Colinas Symphony’s trip to Vienna – Oct 22, 2017

A young and — until now — largely invisible member of […]

A hardy Houston Grand Opera opens season with a retooled “Traviata” – Oct 21, 2017

Getting to the opening night of Houston Grand Opera’s season was […]

Thrilling vocalism opens Dallas Opera season with “Samson et Dalila” – Oct 21, 2017

It’s hard to imagine a way in which opening night of […]

Heras-Casado leans toward the loud side of Debussy and Ravel with DSO – Oct 20, 2017

A concert made up entirely of works of Debussy and Ravel—as […]