Yang’s Tchaikovsky lights up Dallas Symphony concert – Oct 11, 2019

There has been much debate about the artistic merits of Tchaikovsky’s […]

Druids and dark fables reign in compelling choral rarities from Houston Symphony – Oct 05, 2019

Andrés Orozco-Estrada takes more interest than many conductors in the byways […]

A switch is the only hitch in Houston Symphony’s brilliant evening of showpieces – Sep 28, 2019

Without clueing in the audience to the switch, the Houston Symphony […]

Bell’s double-duty makes for wildly mixed results with Dallas Symphony – Sep 27, 2019

Over a career now spanning 30-plus years, Joshua Bell has established […]

Anne Frank cantata opens Houston Chamber Choir season on a somber note – Sep 23, 2019

James Whitbourn’s cantata Annelies grows from powerful material: the diary of […]

After the rains, Houston Symphony strikes sparks with Stravinsky – Sep 22, 2019

Instead of starting with a bang, the Houston Symphony’s concert Saturday […]

Bronfman delivers thunderous Rachmaninoff in Houston Symphony’s season opener – Sep 15, 2019

The Houston Symphony’s annual opening-night festivities eased the group back into […]

Luisi sets a new, uncharted course with Dallas Symphony – Sep 13, 2019

Fabio Luisi, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s music director designate, is conducting […]

Texas Music Festival closes with a powerful Mahler Sixth – Jun 30, 2019

Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 6, with its despondent close, may seem […]

St. Clair returns to lead Texas Music Festival musicians in high-energy concert – Jun 23, 2019

Texas Music Festival is in the midst of its 30th anniversary […]