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New Directors for Fort Worth Opera

The Fort Worth Opera continues to build its management team going forward. Last week, the troupe announced that Plácido Domingo had joined in an...

Plácido Domingo Joins Fort Worth Opera

Calm down, everybody. The legendary 76-year-old tenor won't be singing with Fort Worth Opera. Instead, he'll be joining in an administrative capacity, heading up...

Frank Turner *Hearts* Fort Worth

“I love Fort Worth!” proclaimed British folk rocker Frank Turner to the 500-plus concertgoers crammed onto the patio of Shipping & Receiving Sunday night. Turner’s...

Cliburn Winners Announced

This year, the awards ceremony for the Van Cliburn is being broadcast live in Sundance Square, and I've decided to watch it from there....

Blogging the Cliburn (Finals Day 4)

The stifling heat of a Texas summer chose the last day of the Cliburn to hit us, and not with full force. Those who...

Blogging the Cliburn (Finals Day 3)

And so we move on to the final concertos, the climax of the documentary film (if the Cliburn were making a documentary film about...

Blogging the Cliburn (Finals Day 2)

The back half of the chamber music portion of the Van Cliburn Competition runs through Thursday evening, so I miss USA's soccer team defeating...

Blogging the Cliburn (Finals Day 1)

After a day's break, the final round of the Cliburn is upon us, and with it, the chamber music portion of the contest. Ordinarily,...

Blogging the Cliburn (Semifinals Day 5)

I didn't notice this until I downloaded the picture of Maestro Nicholas McGegan for this post (because again, the raised piano lid was blocking...

Blogging the Cliburn (Semifinals Day 4)

Weird thing happened today: I created an entry on Genius.com for Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" this morning, and then this afternoon, there were two...