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Dogs of War

No Walls

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True Stories

It’s not just Stage West’s new play readings (see: Saturday blurb) that has been going on for 11 years. The same is true for...

By a Lash

Some composers play piano and others play violin, but composers who use the harp as their instrument have been relatively rare. However, that describes...

First Hearing

Not only is Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth performing completely new music this week (see: Saturday blurb), TCU Opera Theatre is doing the...

War and Remembrance

Texas Ballet Theater’s performances this weekend are all about memorializing the dead. The troupe previously performed Ben Stevenson’s Mozart Requiem in 2013 and its...

See It All

Now that it’s actually pleasant to be outside, you can go to Spring Gallery Night and see what all the artists were creating while...

Symphonic Serenade

When the composer Benjamin Britten met the tenor Peter Pears in 1937, he fell in love with both the man and the unusual quavery...

Cast Away

Fishing has often cultivated an image of itself as a solitary pursuit, through which a man (it’s usually a man in the written-up fantasies)...

Oriented

Sam and Myrna Myers were an American couple who made Paris their permanent home in the 1960s, and from there they amassed a huge...

Music from the Motherland

You don’t have to go too far in Fort Worth to find specialists in Russian music, so it’s no surprise that the Cliburn Concerts’...

Mueck It Up

Ten years ago, Ron Mueck had a splashy exhibition at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth that scared the living crap out of...