Home  >  Arts  >  Arts Reviews

Cultural District

Surveying our ecletic arts scene, from the galleries to the stage.

Buckley’s students take the spotlight

As graduation ceremonies go, this one was especially tuneful. Read more

Review: Mimir Chamber Music Festival Concert 1

Mimir Chamber Music 4


A full PepsiCo Recital Hall at TCU welcomed the return Thursday evening of the Mimir Chamber Music festival for its 18th season. Read more

Review: Luke Wade at Concerts in the Garden

Luke Wade 003


The Fort Worth Symphony’s Concerts in the Garden Series wrapped up the penultimate weekend of its 25th anniversary season Sunday night with a concert by soulful crooner Luke Wade in the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Read more

Review: Cliburn Junior finalists perform

626 Cliburn Junior Semi 020

The Cliburn

It’s a cliché of piano competitions for the jury chairman to soften the blow to the eliminated by declaring that the choices were unusually tough. In the case of the Junior Cliburn, there’s more than a grain of truth to the cliché. Read more

Review: Kimbell’s ‘Botticelli to Braque’


National Galleries of Scotland

Scotland has a Botticelli; the Kimbell Art Museum does not. Read more

Review: ‘Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella’


Carol Rosegg

This Cinderella goes through some changes. Read more

Review: Arie Vardi at PianoTexas


Courtesy Cliburn Foundation

PianoTexas had one of its most entertaining programs Friday night as the academy/festival neared the end of this summer’s edition. Read more

Review: 5 Years by Bruce Wood Dance Company

 Albert Drake's "Whispers"


It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since choreographer Bruce Wood died, but it’s great to know that his company, Bruce Wood Dance Project as it was revived in Dallas five years ago, is keeping his memory alive. The best way to do that, of course, is to revive his con... Read more

Review: Video Games Live at Concerts in the Garden

FWSO Video Games 5


All the audience members needed were their Wii remotes and XBox and Playstation controllers. Read more

Review: Music of U2 at Concerts in the Garden


Special to DFW.com

After a Concerts in the Garden opening weekend that broke attendance records with 6,500 patrons, week two started Friday night with no sign of a sophomore slump. Read more

Page 2