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Metropolis Extends Critique of the Machine Age

BY MANUEL MENDOZA OF THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Live dance sequences cleverly amplified the themes and look of the classic silent film Metropolis in a multimedia reimagining that opened the 28th [...]

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Dallas Chamber Symphony Performs Bumping Into Broadway

BY CAROLINE NORTH OF THE DALLAS OBSERVER. The Dallas Chamber Symphony is coming to the end of its season; Tuesday they performed Bumping Into Broadway at the Dallas City Performance Hall, the [...]

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A Perfect Triptych for Dallas Chamber Symphony

REVIEW BY WAYNE GAY OF D MAGAZINE. Vaughan-Williams, Ives, and Mozart made a perfect triptych on the concert of the Dallas Chamber Symphony at Dallas City Performance Hall, with two guest [...]

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Dallas Chamber Symphony Maximize City Performance Hall’s Intimate Stage

REVIEW BY WAYNE GAY OF D MAGAZINE. The piano concertos of Shostakovich, like those of Mozart, are most at home in a relatively intimate venue—as was demonstrated once again when the Dallas [...]

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“Dallas Needs Chamber Symphony” writes Jamie Laughlin of the Dallas Observer

Dallas Chamber Symphony performed a newly commissioned score by Austin-based film-composer Brian Satterwhite to a live screening of Robert Weine’s The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari on February [...]

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Dallas Chamber Symphony’s “most arresting and memorable” concert “scored major points”

“Dallas Chamber Symphony scored major points with an exemplary evening devoted to living American composers at Dallas Performance Hall,” writes Wayne Lee Gay of FrontRow, D Magazine. [...]

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Accolades for DCS’s “entertaining” & “interactive” film score program at Dallas City Performance Hall

“The Dallas Chamber Symphony Knows How to Put Music to a Movie”, writes Katie Womack of the Dallas Observer. To read the full article, click here. Dallas Chamber Symphony performs its [...]

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Critical acclaim for DCS’s “extremely adroit” programming, “exemplary” contemporary music & film

“Getting With the Program: The Dallas Chamber Symphony proves a knack for bold programming with Adams, Torke and a silent film score from Brian Satterwhite,” writes John Norine Jr. of [...]

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Alessio Bax thrills Dallas Chamber Symphony audience at City Performance Hall

Critical acclaim abounds for Alessio Bax in Recital, after his performance in the second event of Dallas Chamber Symphony’s 2012-13 season. Bax performed works by Brahms, Rachmaninoff, and [...]

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Dallas Chamber Symphony Presents American Composers and Underserved Repertory

Scott Cantrell of the Dallas Morning News writes about artistic director and conductor, Richard McKay, and the Dallas Chamber Symphony’s mission to present contemporary and [...]

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