Rachmaninoff, Connesson works provide the highlights with Denève, DSO – Sep 23, 2022

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of French conductor Stéphane […]

Valčuha launches new Houston Symphony era with impassioned yet nuanced Verdi Requiem – Sep 17, 2022

The Houston Symphony moved into a new era Friday when Juraj […]

New opens Dallas Symphony season with a powerful and evocative “Planets” – Sep 16, 2022

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra opened its 2022-23 Classical Series Thursday night […]

Dennehy’s “Memoria” sets a timely elegiac note in Dallas Symphony season finale – May 28, 2022

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s final subscription concert program of the season, […]

With a program switch, Dallas Symphony balances fire and solace – May 20, 2022

There was supposed to have been Rachmaninoff. This weekend’s Dallas Symphony […]

Luisi, Dallas Symphony pair Beethoven’s Ninth with an Adolphe prelude – May 13, 2022

Dallas Symphony Orchestra music director Fabio Luisi brings a intriguingly curated […]

Full-blooded vocalism wins out over uneven staging in HGO’s “Romeo et Juliette” – Apr 30, 2022

One might nearly have thought Romeo and Juliet had absconded into […]

Kavakos, DSO go from light to dark with Mozart, Prokofiev – Apr 29, 2022

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s concert Thursday night was a stout presentation […]

Tamara Wilson brings resplendent vocalism to HGO’s static “Turandot” – Apr 23, 2022

For its first performances of Puccini’s Turandot in nearly 20 years, […]

Märkl, Gerstein bring fresh spirit to populist favorites with Dallas Symphony – Apr 15, 2022

This weekend’s Dallas Symphony Orchestra concerts feature perhaps the most crowd-pleasing […]