American Sniper

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A Bit of the Bubbly

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Big Ticket

Scot and a Lot

Scotland is not its own country yet, but this past spring’s failed independence vote seems only to have spurred on events so that now...

Homegrown

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has long proudly showcased its works both created and inspired by Native Americans. However, this week, they...

Catch Mimir If You Can

One of the city’s most underappreciated classical music institutions, the Mimir Chamber Music Festival, returns for another week at TCU and the Kimbell’s Piano...

Ballet Concerto’s Summer

Two world premieres highlight Ballet Concerto’s annual outdoor program this weekend in Trinity Park Pavilion: Luis Montero’s Blood Wedding, based on the García Lorca...

Hip-Hop for Strings

Be honest. When you see two African-American guys dressed in hip-hop clothes, you probably don’t think “classical string players.” Nevertheless, that describes Black Violin,...

Going Chopin

The Cliburn festival played great swaths of Frédéric Chopin’s piano music last March, but there’s still much greatness left in his body of work,...

Theater Round-Up

At Tarrant County’s theater venues this week, the marquee opening looks to be Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, the 2013 Tony Award...

TBT’s Season Finale

Ending its season in party-like mode, Texas Ballet Theater presents the mixed repertory program Artistic Director’s Choice at Bass Performance Hall this weekend. There will...

Old Masters in Miniature

Samuel F.B. Morse is known as the inventor of the telegraph and Morse code, but before he turned his attention to science, he was...

To Lose a Truck

As the art historian John Rewald once noted, the term “Post-Impressionism” was more of a convenience than a precise descriptive term. The artists in...