Texas artist Stephen Daly uses a visual notation, much like calligraphy, as a means of communication in his drawings. At first glance, his drawings look like a musical score that has lost its grounding stave and clef mark. He admits it is a similar notation. “A mix of formal, symbolic and ...
1 Bob Dylan, The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: Christmas comes early this year for Dylan fans. This massive, gorgeously realized six-disc set, in stores now for $120, brings to official lig...
Oct. 30, 2014 at 11:31pm | By Olin Chism |Permalink
FORT WORTH —
The first Cliburn at the Kimbell program of the season focused, for once, on the violin, although the piano was not entirely neglected. Playing in the Renzo Piano Pavilion on Thursday night were violinist James Ehnes and pianist Andrew Armstrong.
Oct. 30, 2014 at 9:48am | By Sandra Baker |Permalink
FORT WORTH —
Visitors to shows, shops and restaurants in downtown Fort Worth will still be able to park for free on nights and weekends at four key garages through 2025 after approval of new leases that provide lower subsidies.
Three local artists who have taken landscape to an abstracted extreme are combining forces at Gallery 414. The exhibit “Enharmonic Equivalents: Three Abstractions of Tradition,” through Nov. 16, features the work of Jacky Ajchareepon’s intuitive minimalism, Peter Hiatt’...
Oct. 29, 2014 at 7:35pm | By Gregory Sullivan Isaacs |Permalink
Karen Almond, Dallas Opera
The Dallas Opera opened its new season with a sparkling Marriage of Figaro, Mozart’s comic masterpiece, last weekend. The production is musically tight, dramatically taut and scenically opulent. It is also very funny.