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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Dallas, TX, États-Unis

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Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Fabio Luisi; Rudolf Buchbinder
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Grimaud and McGegan perform Mozart masterpieces in Dallas

Hélène Grimaud plays Mozart © Dallas Symphony
Two minor key works, performed before a – limited – live audience in Dallas, and streamed online. 

Great Scott: modern bel canto at Dallas Opera

A new bel canto opera, a pro football team, and the future of American Opera--all in a day's work for Heggie, McNally, DiDonato, and von Stade.

Into thin air: La Wally and Everest

Two mountain-themed operas were performed recently in Dallas, including the much-anticipated world première of Joby Talbot's Everest. 

Language, oppression and human rights in music

Margaret Barrett's new work Universal Language explores the linguistic basis of oppression. This Fine Arts Chamber Players concert featured musicians of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and The Obscure Dignitaries.

Playing Salome for laughs in Dallas

The Dallas Opera adds a light touch to a Richard Strauss' decidedly unfunny opera Salome, featuring soprano Deborah Voigt in the title role. 

A surprise debut in Dallas

With an artistic director forced to cancel in the middle of a weekend of concerts, duty called on his assistant conductor - and she clearly had done her homework.