9 months ago | Coronavirus
Many of us are, understandably, feeling pretty lost these days. Our whole world has been turned upside down, and we find ourselves wondering: When will things go back to “normal?” Since it’s damn near impossible to get a straight answer from the c...
10 months ago | Arts & Culture News
The economic impact of COVID-19 is extending far and wide, and the music and arts industries have been hit particularly hard. Concerts were one of the first types of gatherings canceled in order to slow the spread of the virus, and it is like...
12 months ago | Arts & Culture News
Clear your schedule for the first three weeks of April, because the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s SOLUNA Music & Arts Festival is back again, and you’ll want to attend every single performance. Since its inception in 2015, SOLUNA has aimed to fo...
Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s New Music Director Fabio Luisi Will Lead Strauss’ Salome Without Visual Distractions12 months ago | Arts & Culture News
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s music director designate Fabio Luisi keeps a very busy schedule when he’s not in Dallas. The Italian-born maestro also serves as principal conductor of the Danish National Symphony and general music director of the ...
1 year ago | Arts & Culture News
One would imagine that looking out into the audience from the stage inside the Meyerson Symphony Center must be daunting, even for the most self-assured performer. The concert hall seats over 2,000 people who, on a sold-out night, would be spread ...
1 year ago | Kids and Family
We’re all about staying up-to-date on current events, but man, it can be a real downer sometimes. From the endless coverage of Trump’s impeachment inquiry to his latest Twitter storms, there’s an infinite supply of political craziness constantly b...