Performances

What will the fall music season look like? Smaller, less epic and more soloistic—if it happens – May 13, 2020

The deadly Covid-19 pandemic continues to cut a swathe across the […]

Ten Recordings to get you through the shutdown (Part II) – Apr 12, 2020

Two weeks ago I posted the first installment of Ten Recordings […]

Ten Recordings to get you through the shutdown (Part I) – Mar 29, 2020

All live performances across the country have necessarily come to a […]

Streaming links to get your music fix during the COVID-19 quarantine – Mar 18, 2020

In order to serve Texas Classical Review readers during the current […]

New, Dallas Symphony hit the dance floor with Adams, Rachmaninoff – Mar 07, 2020

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is offering a dance-inspired program this weekend […]

Strong libretto, uneven music make “Marian’s Song” a mixed tribute to an opera pioneer – Mar 06, 2020

The racial barriers of mid-1900s America blocked Marian Anderson from U.S. […]

Karabits and a low-key Carpenter team up for organ-rich Dallas Symphony program – Feb 29, 2020

In a double-bill showcasing the Meyerson Symphony Center’s Lay Family Concert […]

Vienna Piano Trio’s reticence underserves the music – Feb 28, 2020

The Vienna Piano Trio showed Thursday that it’s possible to take […]

Painting in sound: Savino, Ars Lyrica bring Goya masterpieces to life – Feb 23, 2020

Multimedia concerts are a hot trend, but they often go off […]

Mercury’s staged “Winterreise” too often leaves Schubert out in the cold – Feb 17, 2020

Houston’s Mercury period-instrument orchestra stages one theatrical production each season, and […]