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Review Texas Ballet Theater Masterworks

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Star-Telegram

There probably hasn’t been so much excitement for a mixed repertory Texas Ballet Theater program from the local dance community in who knows when. It’s not because the Masterworks concert, which opened Friday night at Dallas City Performance Hall, features Ben Stevenson’s <... Read more

Review: Brasil Guitar Duo

It wasn’t always clear what they were playing. But it was always good. Read more

Review: Schola Cantorum

Cathedral Echoes was the title of Monday night’s program by Schola Cantorum, and it appropriately set the mood for a grand evening of choral music. Read more

Review: Texas Camerata celebrates 25th anniversary

Texas Camerata celebrated its 25th anniversary Sunday evening with a wide-ranging program focused on about a hundred years of the High Baroque and Early Classical periods. Read more

Review: Cirque, Fort Worth Symphony soar as one

Years ago, you would have never associated the circus with the symphony. Read more

Review: Adamo featured at Cliburn at the Modern

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The Cliburn at the Modern series presents the music of living composers. Typically he or she is present to engage in repartee with emcee Buddy Bray as an introduction to each piece. Sometimes this is the most interesting part of the program. Read more

Review: Fort Worth Opera Studio singers have something for everyone

A beer and a patty melt — and opera? Why not! Read more

Theater review: ‘Hot Mikado’

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Cameron Cobb

Flirting may seem an innocent pastime. But in Titipu, it can be fatal. Read more

Review: Inaugural Cliburn Festival strikes a chord with Chopin lovers

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Special to the Star-Telegram

The Cliburn Festival, the first of what will be an annual event, was a distinct success last weekend at the Kimbell Art Museum’s Renzo Piano Pavilion. Read more

Review: Adam Golka with Amphion String Quartet at Cliburn Festival

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Special to the Star-Telegram

The Cliburn Festival of Chopin’s music came to its conclusion in grand style Sunday afternoon, as the final pianist, Adam Golka, split the afternoon with a small group of string players and produced something rare with some of Chopin’s most familiar music. Read more

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