Posts Tagged ‘pieces’
Much like his fellow Canadian pianist and sometime composer Glenn Gould, Marc-André Hamelin has made a career out of playing classical music that interests him rather than hewing to the established works of great composers.
This week marks the 35th anniversary of the founding of William Campbell Contemporary Art. The official celebration won’t be until next month, but you can still mark the occasion by catching the gallery’s current ex...
J.T. Grant’s chiaroscuro-heavy paintings are an unusual departure for William Campbell Contemporary Art, which tends to favor friendlier, more abstract works. Pieces like “Advocate’s Adjunct” have an uns...
The veterans of the new improv outfit PFFFFT! have something to say.
The expression “Pffft,” under the scrutiny of a Google search, reveals several meanings, including “The sound you make when someone says something really stupid” and “A whole lot of hot air.”
Guest dancers in gala showstopping performance pieces will highlight Metropolitan Classical Ballet’s season-closing program, An Evening with the Stars, Saturday in Bass Performance Hall.
Café di Roma has a new name but the same great Italian fare.
Two things have changed about the little Italian eatery in Richland Hills formerly known as Café di Roma: the name and the floor.
This is International Week at TCU, and for the second straight year, the KinoMonda film series will mark the occasion with a blowout event called TCU Food and Film.
Since the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth moved into its current home, one of its most popular pieces has been Martin Puryear’s “Ladder for Booker T. Washington,” the sculpture of a small, crooked wooden ladde...
Surely Fort Worth offers more than any other city in the region when it comes to classical guitar music.
It’s a pity that we can’t reproduce the above picture in color, because then you’d see the shocking pink of Tom Hollenback’s abstract acrylic and steel sculptures, which fire the room with their hues.