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Review: Arlo Guthrie

Arlo Guthrie

Associated Press

“Well, it all started 50 years ago. …” Read more

Schola Cantorum brings humor to Valentine’s Day concert

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How can you not love a Valentine’s Day concert that includes a number called My Bonnie Lass She Smelleth? Read more

Review: Ben Moore, Cliburn at the Modern

Ben Moore Van Cliburn Concert

Special to the Star-Telegram

Saturday afternoon’s Cliburn at the Modern program focused on the human voice. The center of attention was the music of Ben Moore, who proved to be a composer of real substance. Read more

Review: FWSO 'West Side Story' concert full of energy -- and an unexpected conductor switch

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There was an unusual development at Friday night’s concert by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra: Music director Miguel Harth-Bedoya conducted the first portion of the program, and then assistant conductor Daniel Black took over for he rest of the evening. Read more

Review: Joshua Romans at Cliburn at the Kimbell

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Cellist Joshua Roman was back in town on short notice Thursday night, and a welcome return it was. Roman and his longtime colleague, pianist Andrius Zlabys, were filling in for cellist Alisa Weilerstein and her partner. Weilerstein had to cancel because of impending motherhood. Read more

Review: Ann Veronica Janssens at the Nasher

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Laura Buckman/Special to the Sta

Ask your children if they would like to take a walk in a rainbow. The answer should be a unanimous yes. Read more

Review: Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's ‘Viva Italia!’


Courtesy of Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s concerts this weekend are in the hands of two young guest artists: Brazilian-German conductor Marcelo Lehninger and American violinist Caroline Goulding. Both created sparks with a program titled “Viva Italia.” Read more

Review: Dallas Symphony Orchestra pops does Gershwin


UT Arlington

George Gershwin occupies a strange place in the symphonic canon. Read more

Review: ‘Vermeer Suite’ hits tranquil notes at Dallas Museum of Art

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In the Netherlands during the 1600s, music was the most popular pastime. It was enjoyed by all classes of people, even though the subject matter was contentious. Read more

Review: Pianist Yefim Bronfman

This is a season for Sergei Prokofiev. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Miguel Harth-Bedoya and Vadym Kholodenko are winding up recording the Russian composer’s five piano concertos for later release on Harmonia Mundi. Read more

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