Seven of the city’s finest performing arts institutions worked together for the first time to create the Dallas Performing Arts Sampler Series.
The head of the Fort Worth’s Arts Council is in Washington D.C. to share a survival story. The arts community in Fort Worth managed to avoid deep budget cuts by creating harmony with a cash-strapped city government.
Mansfield Legacy High School’s Wind Symphony is one of only 16 nationwide to be invited to the National Concert Band Festival in Indianapolis next March.
Cirque Musica is coming to Frisco and this show has a lot of local appeal.
The Dallas Chamber Symphony launched in September. The Symphony, led by Artistic Director and Conductor Richard McKay, is comprised of nearly 40 of the finest musicians in the Metroplex.
Dallas theaters offer classic Valentine’s Day love stories for traditional romantics, and unique tales for those who like complicated twists filled with baggage.
Long before she became an international opera star, a Texas woman made national headlines during segregation. Barbara Smith Conrad didn’t protest for the right to sit in the front of a bus — she only wanted to sing.
The month of November brings a lineup of great performances from the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra .
It’s music to the ears of many. The Dallas Symphony and its musicians announced a new two-year contract for the orchestra even as the economy continues to strike sour notes.