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Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram On a sun-dappled April day, Ava Pine pulls up to the campus of her alma mater, Texas Christian University, in a beater of a Nissan Altima. She strolls the grounds sheathed in a simple mocha-colored dress from
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Fortunately, the Fort Worth Opera's new Marriage of Figaro has musical pleasures aplenty. It needs them to compensate for a theatrical conception that's pretty much a mess. Mozart's opera opened Saturday night in
Maybe it was the prospect of Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky on one program, or maybe it was the lure of Rachmaninoff's ever-beloved Second Piano Concerto, or maybe it was the presence of Haochen Zhang, co-winner of the last Cliburn Competition.
But when the Canadian Tenors sang, everything came out just fine. The high-voice quartet from the north, which opened a three-concert run with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra on Friday night at Bass Hall, brought its PBS-approved stylings to bear
Tell us The Canadian Tenors belt out not only opera classics but also standards from the pop and rock canon...Mark Lowry Portraits in dance Texas Ballet Theater closes its season with the Portraits Ballet Festival, two weekends of mixed repertory
No work is better suited to a symphonic gala performance than Beethoven's Ninth Symphony...So the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra was perfectly justified in playing the Ninth as the sole work in a celebratory Bass Hall concert on Tuesday night. The
The Boys of Broadway , the peerless voice of Fort Worth's Tony-winning Broadway star, Betty Buckley, adds a new dimension to show tunes normally sung by men from shows as South Pacific and Sweeney Todd ...Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell
Tell us String theory The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra features violin prodigy Will Hagen, performing Tchaikovsky, Dvorak and Schubert...Boat show Since your taxes are already done (!!), take in Canoe Fest at the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge.
There was plenty to like in Friday night's concert by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, but if forced to choose one highlight, I would have to pick Alisa Weilerstein's performance of Elgar's Cello Concerto. She has it all: a warm, full tone, a great
It's fitting that the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra should build a celebration around the most famous Irish-American holiday. And it's especially fitting if it's as much fun as Friday night's opener in Bass Hall was. The emcee and conductor of "A