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2013 Stories by Katie Womack

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  • Speakeasy. Swing Freely.

    published November 7, 2013

    On Sunday, new Dallas Symphony Orchestra pops conductor Jeff Tyzik brings the sounds of Harlem to downtown Dallas for an afternoon of... More >>

  • Let's Get Small

    published October 17, 2013

    Spend an evening with the ghosts of composers past on Monday when the Dallas Chamber Music Society opens its 69th season with a concert by the... More >>

  • Where Music and Art Mingle

    published September 12, 2013

    “Music and Masterpieces” is an artist one-two punch of music and visual art. Beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Dallas Museum of... More >>

  • Get Your Goat

    published August 29, 2013

    Ah, Labor Day: the best excuse September offers to get completely wasted on a Sunday. You probably already know how you’re going to get your... More >>

  • Any Excuse for a Cape

    published July 11, 2013

    This weekend, Café Madrid brings you all the fun of Spain’s annual Running of the Bulls without the risk of getting... More >>

  • Basically, Beethoven’s Gotten a Venue Upgrade

    published July 4, 2013

    It’s a lazy summer Sunday in Texas and you’ll need to arrive early if you want to catch the first installment of the Fine Arts Chamber... More >>

  • At the Van Cliburn Competition, Perfection Is Subjective

    published June 20, 2013

    Before every pitch in a major league baseball game, there's a moment of stillness. The pitcher nods to the catcher, then maybe he goes through... More >>

  • PianOlympics

    published June 6, 2013

    For the past two weeks, 30 of the world’s elite competitive classical pianists between the ages of 18 and 30 have been battling it out on... More >>

  • Dog Daze

    published June 6, 2013

    Have things been a little stale lately between you and your pup? Looking for a way to spice up those mundane Saturday morning walks or dog park... More >>

  • Final Blows

    published May 23, 2013

    Apocalyptic drumbeats and blazing brass are quickly followed by the hushed, pulsing chants of a choir as Carl Orff’s darkly seductive... More >>

  • She’s Easy On The Arias

    published April 4, 2013

    When it comes to playing hard to get, the title character in Puccini’s Turandot takes the game to a whole new, more deadly level. If... More >>

  • America’s Got Opera Talent

    published March 21, 2013

    Think you have an ear for talent? Check yourself against the pros at The Dallas Opera Vocal Guild’s 25th Vocal Competition. On... More >>

  • Cozy Up with Chamber Music

    published March 21, 2013

    What’s better than the intimacy of chamber music in a small, acoustically alive space? If the spot in question is the new Dallas City... More >>

  • It's Opera, Light

    published March 14, 2013

    The Fort Worth Opera just got more dramatic. It’s joining the eclectic ranks of talent at this year’s Out of the Loop Fringe... More >>

  • If It Ain't Baroque...

    published February 14, 2013

    This Valentine’s Day treat your date (and yourself) to a theatrical extravaganza fit for a Spanish king or queen. The zarzuela, a Spanish... More >>

  • Park My Hyundai Out Front

    published January 24, 2013

    Fort Worth’s Hall Ensemble returns chamber music to its roots by presenting ensemble music the way it was originally performed — in... More >>

  • Resolve To Suit Up

    published January 10, 2013

    The years of slovenly dripping your way through life have concluded. This year, you’re going to get dressed up and cultured. Beginning your... More >>

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