A dashing “Zorro” captures hearts in Fort Worth Opera’s world premiere – Jan 27, 2022

Composer, librettist and history buff Héctor Armienta took about ten years […]

Luisi leads DSO in dramatic Brahms and a Schmidt rarity – Jan 21, 2022

Thursday night’s Dallas Symphony Orchestra concert was one with themes of […]

Missteps apart, “Carmelites” makes powerful impact at Houston Grand Opera – Jan 16, 2022

Francis Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites returned to Houston Grand Opera Friday […]

The strings shimmer in Fort Worth Symphony’s Walker, Mozart, Rimsky – Jan 15, 2022

A nearly full Bass Performance Hall saw remarkable music-making Friday night […]

Ehnes delivers ripely romantic Elgar with Luisi, DSO – Jan 14, 2022

New Covid-19 protocols in the face of surging cases did not […]

Edusei makes worthy DSO debut with glimmering Ravel, Coleridge-Taylor rarity – Jan 08, 2022

Kevin John Edusei is a new face for most local concertgoers. […]

HGO’s “Snowy Day” premiere offers a charming musical winter’s tale – Dec 10, 2021

Joel Thompson’s The Snowy Day centers on a young boy’s adventures […]

Dust to dust: River Oaks Chamber players capture Huang Ruo’s ephemeral “Time” – Nov 20, 2021

Buddhist monks represent the universe through an artwork called a mandala. […]

Dallas Symphony and Gemma New bring dazzle and depth to Beethoven – Nov 19, 2021

Here in Dallas, among music critics at least, there is preoccupation […]

Dove’s “Euridice” proves strange and compelling with Ars Lyrica – Nov 14, 2021

Douglas Williams labels himself as a bass-baritone, and the first half […]