Dec. 03, 2013 at 11:36pm | By Olin Chism |Permalink
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It has been said that Handel’s Messiah is the first piece of classical music ever written — if you define classic as a work of art whose greatness was recognized at its first appearance and whose popularity has never diminis...
Nov. 27, 2013 at 7:34am | By Robert Philpot |Permalink
It looks like DFW dodged an ice storm during the past week, leading to grumblings about alarmist weather forecasts. Frankly, if there’s any time we want forecasters to be wrong, it’s when they’re predicting an ice storm, so we’re pretty happy about that.
Noted Fort Worth artist Julie Lazarus is presenting her recent paintings and glass sculptures at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Her exhibition, “Aquavenezia,” is inspired by the architecture and reflective waterscapes of Venice. “In Venice, I observe the seeming surplus o...
Nov. 24, 2013 at 5:31pm | By Gregory Sullivan Isaacs |Permalink
The Nasher Sculpture Center’s Soundings concert series on Saturday comemmorated the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s death with a show at City Performance Hall that included a work commissioned for the occasion.
Nov. 22, 2013 at 11:10pm | By Mark Lowry |Permalink
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Although this year’s production of The Nutcracker from Ballet Frontier of Texas is filled with children in the opening party scene — the ratio of kids to adults has to be at least 4-to-1 — it’s the group’s most grown-up production o...