Archive for October, 2022

Dallas Opera’s endearing “Hansel and Gretel” is a treat for the eyes and, more fitfully, the ears – Oct 30, 2022

With most good fairy tales comes a useful vagueness of time […]

Houston Grand Opera stages a powerful “Wreckers” revival – Oct 29, 2022

Ethel Smyth’s long-neglected The Wreckers may not be a masterpiece, but it tells […]

Houston Grand Opera eager to set sail with Smyth’s “The Wreckers” – Oct 25, 2022

Stage director Louisa Muller makes no pretense about her history with […]

November 22 – Oct 25, 2022

Dallas Symphony OrchestraPinchas Zukerman, violinist and conductorDSO musiciansFaculty and students from […]

HGO cast delivers the passion if not the subtlety of Verdi’s “Traviata” – Oct 22, 2022

Few operas depend on their central characters as much as Verdi’s […]

A pair of debuts sparks the DSO’s mostly French program – Oct 21, 2022

This weekend’s Dallas Symphony Orchestra program was billed as “Ravel and […]

Dallas Opera triumphs with Verdi’s dark “Rigoletto – Oct 11, 2022

Dallas Opera opened its season Saturday night with a triumphant performance […]

Franck Symphony proves the highlight in uneven DSO program – Oct 08, 2022

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s concert Friday night, led by music director […]

Luisi, Vogler pair with Dallas Symphony for a dashing “Don Quixote” – Oct 01, 2022

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is on a roll, sounding primed and […]