Dallas Symphony musicians take the spotlight in music of Strauss and Berlioz – Apr 11, 2022

Under the baton of music director Fabio Luisi, the Dallas Symphony […]

A fine cast gleams in Bizet’s “Pearl Fishers” at Dallas Opera – Apr 03, 2022

Georges Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers, premiered in 1863, belonged to a […]

“Onegin” is off and running in Dallas Symphony’s stellar concert staging – Apr 02, 2022

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky discarded a few operatic conventions when he composed […]

Elias Quartet opens Beethoven cycle with breezy spirit and emotional intensity – Mar 29, 2022

DACAMERA intended to present a cycle of Beethoven’s string quartets in […]

Dallas Symphony downsizes gracefully for Mozart program – Mar 25, 2022

An all-Mozart program is invariably an easy crowd-pleaser offering accessible pleasures […]

Dallas Opera’s “Barber” is a whimsical, vocally stellar delight – Mar 21, 2022

When Gioachino Rossini’s Barber of Seville premiered in 1816, it was […]

Albrecht leads a reconfigured Dallas Symphony in Strauss, Chun and Shostakovich – Mar 18, 2022

Most orchestras, including the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, tend to follow the […]

Dallas Opera’s 65th season to offer “Rigoletto,” “Rheingold” and “Cosi” – Mar 17, 2022

The Dallas Opera’s 65th Anniversary season will feature four classic works […]

Holiday and Martin soar in Dallas Opera’s engaging first “Flight” – Mar 05, 2022

With their 1998 opera Flight, composer Jonathan Dove and librettist April […]

Dallas Opera’s crowd-pleasing “Butterfly” raises cultural questions – Feb 20, 2022

As Covid loosens its grip on the performing arts, some opera […]