Tag: Meyerson Symphony Center

The Music of ABBA tonight at the Meyerson

Thank them for the music Unless you were one of the lucky ones a few decades back, The Music of ABBA tribute show is going to be the closest to hearing the Swedish pop gems live and that’s not so bad. This band delivers the...

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Like virgins

Turtle Creek Chorale channels its inner Madonna — and other women throughout history — for its latest concert RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer Trey Jacobs knew exactly who he had in mind when forging the concept of the upcoming Turtle...

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Best Bets • 12.23.11

Friday 12.23 Maximum Christmas overdrive Whether you’re staycationing or visiting the Gaylord, prepare for a glorious onslaught of holiday cheer. If the million-plus lights and 52-foot tree aren’t enough, how about the resort’s...

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Exxon Mobil hits new LGBT low

Company is 1st with negative score on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index JOHN WRIGHT  |  Senior Political Writer wright@dallasvoice.com IRVING — Exxon Mobil Corp. has again made history for its anti-gay employment practices. The...

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Best Bets • 09.02.11

Friday 09.02 Always getting caught The Contemporary Theatre of Dallas presents Cheaters written by Michael Jacobs and directed by Michael Serrecchia. No, this isn’t a stage version of that horrible reality show putting cheating...

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Palant resigns; Fisher joins TCC staff as ED

Jonathan Palant, left, and David Fisher Chorale board chair says group is on solid financial ground in the midst of ‘exciting transitions’ TAMMYE NASH | Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com As the Turtle Creek Chorale is in the...

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Just Koz

Out saxophonist (and proud oenophile) Dave Koz turns collaboration into musical art JAZZ MAN | Sax and cabernet share a place in the heart of Dave Koz, but it’s only the former you’ll enjoy at the Dallas Symphony on Sunday. MARK...

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Best bets • 06.03.11

Friday 06.03 All the Cox you could want Could there be any better timing for this year’s 6th Annual MetroBall? The AIDS fundraiser is smack dab in the middle of Razzle Dazzle Dallas. We’d go no matter what since dance diva...

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Resounding Harmony begins Chapter Two

Russ Rieger Russ Rieger conducts the mixed-voice chorus for the first time as the new artistic director with June 8 concert DAVID TAFFET | Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Resounding Harmony begins a new chapter in its life...

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Daddy knows best

Sexy pianist Jim Brickman makes touring a family affair RICH LOPEZ  | lopez@dallasvoice.com PAPA JIM | Jim Brickman strives to keep his road crew one big, happy family as they head to Dallas. (Arnold Wayne Jones | Dallas Voice)...

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Best Bets • 12.17.10

Loni Love Friday 12.17 It’s gonna be a Love fest When Loni Love speaks, you better listen; especially if she’s talking about celebrities on Chelsea Lately or The World’s Dumbest. Her stand-up isn’t too bad either.  When Variety...

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Resounding success

For the third year, Tim Seelig’s choral group sings to feed a real need SUPPER CLUB | Tim Seelig, center, with members of Resounding Harmony, wants his concert to feed North Texans. RESOUNDING HARMONY Meyerson Symphony Center,...

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Giving peace a chance

Turtle Creek Chorale opens season with an interfaith concert of peace and music STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer stevencraiglindsey@me.com FAITH, PEACE AND HARMONY | Benny Ruiz, a 17-year veteran of the chorale, is also lay...

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Best Bets • 08.27.10

Saturday 08.28 We’d go for the food and the beef This has caused quite a dilemma. If we were going to Visions: The Women’s Expo this weekend, we’d want to nosh on Fort Worth chef Scott Jones’ culinary demonstrations, but there...

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