Archive for March, 2018

Critic’s Choice – Mar 28, 2018

Fresh from its first European tour in more than 20 years, […]

Jerusalem Quartet finds a bond across time between Beethoven and Janáček – Mar 23, 2018

The Jerusalem Quartet made quite a stylistic leap Thursday in Rice […]

Richard Egarr with DSO is a near-perfect “Brandenburg” host – Mar 23, 2018

British harpsichordist, conductor and raconteur Richard Egarr blew into Meyerson Symphony […]

April 21 – Mar 22, 2018

Da Camera Houston St. Lawrence String Quartet Joshua Rubin, clarinetist Sarah […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 20, 2018

In his monumental setting of The Passion According to St. Matthew, […]

Mercury returns to its roots with a dramatic “St. Matthew Passion” – Mar 11, 2018

Since beginning as a Baroque ensemble, Mercury–Houston’s period-instrument orchestra–has branched out […]

Strong cast, high-tech wizardry can’t save weak libretto in Dallas Opera’s “Sunken Garden” – Mar 10, 2018

Dallas Opera has done its part in recent years to embrace […]

Luisi, DSO segue smoothly from Beethoven to Strauss – Mar 09, 2018

The program offered by conductor Fabio Luisi and the Dallas Symphony […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 06, 2018

Expect heavy-duty high tech effects and a rare hybrid of cinema, […]

Italian composers collide in appealing fashion in DSO’s Remix series – Mar 03, 2018

Friday night’s hour-long, intermission-less concert by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra presented […]