Inspired by a little-known event in Texas history, Crystal City 1969 is based on the true story of Mexican-American students in south Texas who walked out of their school and into civil rights history. Crystal City became an example of American Democracy at its best.
Sammons Jazz Artistic Director and Steinway Artist Arlington Jones plays classical music, followed by his arrangements of the same compositions. Arlington fills the second half with music from some of his friends and influences who are no longer with us, including keyboardists Bernard Wright and George Duke.
Art historian, writer, educator and curator Nancy Cohen Israel founded Art à la Carte in 1997 as a company devoted to art education. In addition to being a regular contributor to Patron magazine, is a contributing writer to several other arts publications and exhibition catalogues. Nancy is also a popular lecturer at the Meadows Museum, […]
Avant Chamber Ballet’s sparkling production of Paul Mejia’s The Nutcracker with live orchestra returns to Moody Performance Hall this holiday season. Featuring Tchaikovsky’s timeless score conducted by Brad Cawyer, ACB’s professional dancers, bright young stars chosen from schools across Dallas, unique sets and costumes and the Arts District decked out with the season’s best – […]
Join DASH Academy for an evening full of community, artistry, and discovery! Featured works are original works created by co-founder and director of DASH Academy, Gregory Dolbabshian, DASH Academy Faculty Member Maddie Hanson, and a thrilling piece by Guest Artist Laja Field. Repertory excerpts from The DASH Ensemble will be featured in a series of […]
While we all may not agree on what exactly to call this time of year, there is something we all can agree on — the holidays are all about love. Love for family, family of choice, friends…the whole world is filled with love during the holidays. So, we choose this time to share all that […]