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Pianist Lang Lang steps out of his comfort zone with new CD

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Special to the Star-Telegram

During his musical career, classical pianist Lang Lang has tackled musical titans such as Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff. Now he’s gleefully taking on Jay Z. Read more

Top Ten Things to Do, Oct. 6-Oct. 13, 2016


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Fort Worth's Schola Cantorum fine-tunes focus

Fort Worth Chorale rehearsal


The North Texas choral ensemble long known as Schola Cantorum of Texas is starting its 54th season with something different: a new name. Read more

Review: Ana Vidovic delivers flawless performance to open Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society’s new season

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The Beatles have long been “classic.” But the opening concert of the Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society’s 2016-17 season, which featured Croatian guitarist Ana Vidovic, made them “classical.” Read more

Ray of hope: Jubilee Theatre’s new season kicks off with new artistic director

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Becoming an artistic director of an established theater after the founder has died is always tricky. How do you live up to the organization’s legacy and still carve your own path? Even with that challenge, perhaps taking that job more than a decade after said event, and after two others ha... Read more

Fort Worth’s Hull Historical gets on History channel

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In many cases, new is definitely better. Read more

Review: Hall Ensemble’s ‘Oktoberfest’


Special to the Star-Telegram

You never know quite what to expect — except a good time — at a concert by the Hall Ensemble. Take Tuesday night’s program at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. Read more

Top Ten Things to Do, Sept. 29-Oct. 6, 2016

State Fair Advance


The State Fair of Texas, Tarrant Pride Week, Goodguys Lone Star Nationals and the Cottonwood Festival are going to make us grateful for good outdoor weather this weekend in DFW. Read more

Exit stage left: Opera singer Ava Pine is making a career change

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Special to the Star-Telegram

One of the most popular singers on Dallas-Fort Worth classical music and opera stages has announced she will soon be making a transition from music to medicine. Read more

Top Ten Things to Do, Sept. 22-Sept. 29, 2016

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