Presented by Paste at Panther Island Pavilion
March 8, 2014
Untapped Festival returns for a second year in Fort Worth! Enjoy craft beer and indie music in the heart of Fort Worth. Headlining bands include The Joy Formidable, Lucius, Quaker City Night Hawks, and Allen Stone. The event will also feature over 70 breweries including Rahr & Sons, Goose Island, Alaskan Brewing Company, Brooklyn Brewery, and Sierra Nevada....More
March 8, 2014
March 7-March 8, 2014
Join Arts Fifth Avenue for a Multi-Media Live Performance exploring the life and death of Fort Worth native, John Townes Van Zandt. Townes Van Zandt was born in Fort Worth to a ...More
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Presented by Queen City Music Hall at Queen City Music Hall
March 10, 2014
March 13, 2014
Presented by Queen City Music Hall at Queen City Music Hall
March 21, 2014
March 27, 2014
Cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han, Musical America’s 2012 Musicians of the Year, rank among the most esteemed and influential classical musicians in the world today. ...More
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|2014 Dallas/ Fort Worth Stroll For Epilepsy|
The Stroll for Epilepsy is a fun, family friendly event that creates public awareness about epilepsy and also raises dollars for the Epilepsy Foundation Texas’ programs and services.
|Epilepsy Foundation Texas||04/05/14||Fort Worth|
|37th Annual TCU Jazz Festival||TCU School of Music||03/28/14-|
|A Festival of Hymns|
Join Broadway in celebrating the music of Texas composer Sterling Procter in A Festival of Hymns, featuring the congregation and a choir of 250 area church musicians, The Orchestra at Broadway, and the Rildia Bee O’Bryan Cliburn Organ. These magnificent, symphonic hymn arrangements by Procter lift the worshiper to the doors of heaven. Be sure not to miss this inspirational evening of song.
|Broadway Baptist Church||03/23/14||Fort Worth|
|Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day|
Have you ever had a really rotten day? Alexander has...He wakes up with gum in his hair, he trips on a skateboard, and then he accidentally drops his sweater in the sink - all before breakfast! Alexander can already tell - it's going to be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day!
|Bass Performance Hall||03/30/14||Fort Worth|
|American Idiot||Performing Arts Fort Worth||03/19/14||Fort Worth|
A critical smash on Broadway and in London, the two-time Tony Award® winning hit musical AMERICAN IDIOT tells the story of three lifelong friends, forced to choose between their dreams and the safety of suburbia. Their quest for true meaning in a post 9/11 world leads them on the most exhilarating theatrical journey of the season.
Based on Green Day’s GRAMMY® Award-winning multi-platinum album, AMERICAN IDIOT boldly takes the American musical where it’s never gone...
|Bass Performance Hall||03/19/14||Fort Worth|
|Ben Kweller & Sammy Strittmatter||Shipping & Receiving||04/05/14||Fort Worth|
|Brandon Chase w/ Austin Jenckes & Brian Pounds||Queen City Music Hall||03/22/14||Fort Worth|
This concert with the Chancel Choir of Arborlawn United Methodist Church will showcase choral and orchestral performances of Mozart’s “Coronation Mass”, Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms”, and Handel’s “Zadok the Priest”. Imagine the thrill of an orchestra, a choir of 175 singers, and the magical acoustics of Arborlawn United Methodist Church!
|Schola Cantorum||04/06/14||Fort Worth|
|Cliburn at the Bass: Barry Douglas, piano|
Since taking bronze at the Seventh Cliburn Competition in 1985 and a subsequent gold medal win at the International Tchaikovsky Competition the following year, Barry Douglas has established a major international career as a concert pianist, conductor, and recording artist. A 2002 recipient of the Order of the British Empire, he is also founder and artistic director of Camerata Ireland, an all-Irish chamber orchestra.
Program: BRAHMS Klavierstücke, op. 119; SCHUBERT Wanderer...
|The Cliburn||05/13/14||Fort Worth|
|Cliburn at the Kimbell: Jon Nakamatsu, piano|
Since his dramatic 1997 Cliburn gold medal triumph, Jon Nakamatsu's brilliant but unassuming musicianship and eclectic repertoire have made him a clear favorite throughout the world on the concert circuit. He maintains an active touring schedule with orchestra performances, chamber collaborations, and solo recitals—as well as in the recording studio.
Program: SCHUBERT Impromptus, D. 899, op. 90, nos. 3 & 2; CHOPIN Sonata No. 3 in B Minor, op. 58; SCHUMANN Carnaval, op. 9
|The Cliburn||04/17/14||Fort Worth|
|Cliburn at the Modern: Jennifer Higdon, composer|
Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Higdon maintains a full schedule of commissions, and her music is known for its technical skill and audience appeal. Hailed by The Washington Post as "a savvy, sensitive composer with a keen ear, an innate sense of form and a generous dash of pure esprit," she is one of America's most frequently performed composers.
|The Cliburn||04/05/14||Fort Worth|
|Cosi fan Tutte|
Disguises! Bribes! Forgery! How far will two handsome, young officers go to test the faithfulness of their unbelievably vain fiancées?
|Fort Worth Opera||04/26/14-|
|Cowtown Opry||Cowtown Opry||07/04/10-|
|Dirty Cello||Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge||04/26/14||Fort Worth|
|Disney's Mulan Jr.|
Disney’s Mulan Jr.
|Dr. Bradley Welch, Organist|
Bradley Welch is Director of Music and Arts/Organist at Dallas’ Highland Park United Methodist Church, and is the 2003 First Place winner of the Dallas International Organ Competition. He is in demand as a recitalist, concerto soloist, and collaborative artist. “Bradley Welch Plays at Broadway Baptist Church” is his first recording and the first solo recording of Broadway’s Cliburn organ. This concert is a part of Broadway’s Lenten series, and a light lunch...
|Broadway Baptist Church||04/15/14||Fort Worth|
|Elephant Revival w/ MilkDrive||Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge||04/11/14||Fort Worth|
|Evening in Russia with Rachmaninoff|
Sergei Rachmaninoff was born 1873 in Russia, and died in Beverly Hills, Cal., in 1943. His piano concertos are a staple in the required repertoire of the Van Cliburn piano competitions, and a favorite of movie producers. The romantic yet modern harmonies are a favorite of our audience. Enjoy his piano trio as well as his seldom heard songs, sung by tenor Don O'Neil LeBlanc. Pianists, David Dubiel, and Heejung Kang. Violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth and cellist Karen Maddox Smith. Post-concert...
|Good Friday feat. Ken Krause, clarinet|
This contemplative Tenebrae service follows the suffering and death of Jesus with a progressive extinguishing of candles, symbolic of the approaching death of Christ, and features the reading of the story of the passion of Christ, reflections on the cross from pastor Brent Beasley, choral singing from the Choirs at Broadway, and the music of Ken Krause. Krause is Principal Clarinet for the The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Lewisville Lake Symphony, Wichita Falls Symphony, and the Breckenridge...
|Broadway Baptist Church||04/18/14||Fort Worth|
|How I Became a Pirate|
Join young Jacob Jeremy as he sets sail with Captain Braid Beard and his mates! Terrific songs like “A Good One to Boot,” “Green Teeth,” “I’m Really Just a Sensitive Guy,” “You’ve Got to Talk Like a Pirate,” ‘Pirates Dot Aaargh!,” and many others will have you rolling in the aisles and leaving the theatre secretly wishing for Braid Beard and the gang to one day pay you a visit!
"TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!" raves The New York Post for JERSEY BOYS, the 2006 Tony Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi.
This is the story of how four blue-collar kids became one of the greatest successes in pop music history. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide - all before...
|Bass Performance Hall||06/03/14-|
|Johnny Clegg & Ladysmith Black Mambazo |
Clegg will be sharing the stage with Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the three-time Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble that backed pop/rock singer Paul Simon on his landmark album, Graceland.
|Bass Performance Hall||03/18/14||Fort Worth|
|Johnny Clegg Band and Ladysmith Black Mambazo||Performing Arts Fort Worth||03/18/14||Fort Worth|
The Schola Cantorum of Texas Chamber Choir will sing a concert of literature by composers whose work is related to pieces hanging in the Kimbell Permanent Collection, dating from the 14th through the 20th centuries. The unique performance will feature music by Agricola, Barber, Debussy, De Prez, Mareizio, Obrecht, Palestrina, Ockeghem, Ravel, Schubert, Wolf, and others. Come early to view the visual artworks and then join us for the aural artworks at 7:30 pm.
|Schola Cantorum||04/11/14||Fort Worth|
|La Luz w/ Speedy Ortiz, Animal Spirit & Pile||Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge||03/16/14||Fort Worth|
|Lannie Flowers||Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge||03/12/14||Fort Worth|
|Live Music at the Kimbell|
Begin your second Saturday evening of most months with great jazz, international art, appetizers, tours, prizes, and a delicious signature cocktail (cash bar; credit cards accepted). Free for members (number of free tickets the same as for exhibitions); $30 for nonmembers. No reservations required.
Settle in for some of the best live music in town while enjoying a light dinner with a selection of wines and other beverages at The Buffet Restaurant. The Kimbell has live music...
|Kimbell Art Museum||07/26/13-|
|Maundy Thursday feat. Tiffany McClain, flute|
Maundy Thursday is a holy day commemorating the Last Supper of Jesus before his crucifixion. This simple service is centered on a meditation by pastor, Brent Beasley, and the sharing of communion. This service also includes music presented by Tiffany McClain, Music Assistant at Broadway Baptist Church, and the Chancel Choir.
|Broadway Baptist Church||04/17/14||Fort Worth|
|McCammon Voice Competition|
Since its debut in 1985, the McCammon Voice Competition has grown into one of the world's most important operatic events. Every two years the contest showcases the most compelling young singers of our time. This year, the competition will be held March 21-22, 2014 in Fort Worth, Texas. Come let yourself be moved at the McCammon Voice Competition.
|McCammon Voice Competition||03/21/14-|
|Old to New|
The Arlington Master Chorale concludes its 41st season in classic beauty with the venerable Solemn Vespers by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and the ethereal, sonorous sounds of Lux Aeterna my Morten Lauridsen. These works, separated by more than two centuries, contrast in age, but compare in their symbols of hope, assurance, and illumination. Solemn Vespers and Lux Aeterna celebrate life worth living.
|Arlington Master Chorale||03/20/14-|
Against the watery setting of ancient tropical Ceylon, vows of eternal friendship are put to the ultimate test in this story of desire and sacrifice. Two fishermen, Nadir and Zurga, are plunged into the depths of a forbidden love triangle when a mysterious woman from their past, Leila, returns and ignites a jealous rivalry.
Though both men swore not to allow this beautiful Brahmin priestess to come between them, Nadir and Leila concede to their passion, and when they are caught Zurga...
|Fort Worth Opera||04/19/14-|
Never grow up! Fly off to Neverland with Peter Pan, Wendy and Tinkerbell and join the Lost Boys in a magical, musical adventure as they battle against the evil Captain Hook and his band of pirates. Get swept away in the exhilarating new musical adaptation of the classic J.M. Barrie play.
|Phil Bordeleau, Organist|
Phil Bordeleau is Organist and Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Fort Worth. Appointed in 2010, he is the first full-time organist and director of music in the history of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Mr. Bordeleau has served as Sub Dean of both the Fort Worth and the Central Arkansas Chapters of the American Guild of Organists. For four years, he was Dean of the Central Arkansas Chapter. This concert is a part of Broadway’s Lenten series, and a...
|Broadway Baptist Church||04/16/14||Fort Worth|
|Pixar in Concert||Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra||05/16/14-|
|Radio Days: A Salute to the Troops||Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra||04/04/14-|
|Raúl Ramírez, Organist|
Raúl Ramírez’s career as an artist of international stature was confirmed when he was appointed, at the age of 27, as the first Organist-in-Residence at the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, Spain’s National Concert Hall. He is now a full time concert organist with a busy global schedule which takes him to major festivals and concert halls around the world. Raúl’s special appeal to audiences owes much to his thrilling performances, given...
|Broadway Baptist Church||04/06/14||Fort Worth|
|Rodney Crowell||Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge||03/09/14||Fort Worth|
|Scott Dettra, Organist|
One of the finest concert organists of his generation, Scott Dettra combines an active concert schedule with his post as Director of Music at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Dallas, Texas, where he oversees one of the largest traditional Anglican music programs in the country. This concert is a part of Broadway’s Lenten series, and a light lunch will be served before and after the concert at 11:30 am and 12:45 pm.
|Broadway Baptist Church||04/14/14||Fort Worth|
In one stunning moment during World War I, all was quiet on the Western front and a spontaneous moment of peace transformed foes into friends. Based on the 2005 French film Joyeux Noel, this Pulitzer Prize-winning opera recounts the historic impromptu cease-fire between Scottish, German, and French soldiers on Christmas Eve 1914, when each man laid down his arms and joined together to bury the dead and honor the holiday. Brought to life by a mix of characters—Nikolaus Sprink, a German...
|Fort Worth Opera||05/04/14-|
|Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody|
It’s time for the saucy book that caused a world sensation to get SPANKED!
SPANK! THE FIFTY SHADES PARODY is the hilarious new musical that brings all the naughty fun of the best-selling book to life. Your inner goddess will be laughing out loud with this new imagining of the characters as they come to life with sharp-witted comedy, musical numbers, steamy and fun performances from the hunky leading man, plus lots of surprises! Get there early for pre-show cocktails, then stay...
|Bass Performance Hall||05/21/14-|
STOMP is explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, and utterly unique - an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages!
The international percussion sensation has garnered armfuls of awards and rave reviews and has appeared on numerous national television shows. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments - matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps - to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms. Year after year,...
|Bass Performance Hall||04/08/14-|
|Symphony Arlington presents pianist Sara Daneshpour|
Join Symphony Arlington as we present 2013 Van Cliburn competitor Sara Daneshpour performing Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor. The orchestra will also perform Coleridge-Taylor's Danse Negre.
|Texas Boys Choir Spring Concert|
Showcase Series Performance
For more than 65 years, Texas Boys Choir has been instrumental in instilling a love of artistic expression and a desire to succeed in its young members. This pursuit of excellence continues to inspire young people today, both artistically and academically.
In keeping with early European tradition, members of Texas Boys Choir attend a specialized school where they receive extensive training in music and a rigorous academic education. This unique...
|Texas Boys Choir||05/09/14||Fort Worth|
|The Good Show Live Music Series||The Good Show||07/27/13-|
|The Magnolia Green Series|
Join Broadway at Magnolia Green for four Wednesdays in July. This is a wonderful opportunity to gather your picnic blankets or lawn chairs, your family, and friends for a fun concert in the park. Concerts are held at the Magnolia Green Park at the 1100 block of Lipscomb, between Rosedale and Magnolia Streets in the Fort Worth South District. Park opens at 6 pm.
|Broadway Baptist Church||07/09/14-|
|The Melding of Art, History & Personal Reflection |
A major coup for CMSFW this season is a concert by the Vermeer String Quartet. The Vermeer, which discontinued regular concerts in 2008, will reunite for a performance of their signature masterpiece that has long been close to their heart, Franz Joseph Haydn's The Seven Last Words of Christ. The concert will be performed on April 19, the Saturday before Easter, in the auditorium of the new wing of Fort Worth's Kimbell Art Museum. The movements will be interspersed with meditations given by...
|Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth||04/19/14||Fort Worth|
|The Trinity River Whalers and Juggernaut||Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge||03/15/14||Fort Worth|
|Time for Three||Live Oak Music Hall and Lounge||04/29/14||Fort Worth|
|Trio of Perspectives: Caviar & Bordeaux |
Two very special guests for this concert are cellist Anthony Ross and pianist Dina Ugorskaja. Ross is Principal Cellist with the Minnesota Orchestra, and has performed many concertos as soloist with this organization. He is also an active chamber musician, festival performer and educator. Dina Ugorskaja is a composer, recitalist and chamber musician. "Ugorskaja's interpretations are particularly incredible... she applies her own creative fantasy to the music as it unfolds." —...
|Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth||05/17/14||Fort Worth|
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