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When Jolyon Pegis, Associate Principal Cello of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, played our Bancroft Family Concert series last season, we conducted a “Now Hear This” interview to get to know the musician and the program for that day. For this go-round, we asked a few more questions to get that behind-the-scenes peek our audience loves. Enjoy! And we’ll see you this Saturday, November 10, at 3 p.m. for Dynamic Duos: the Bancroft concert featuring Jolyon with DSO violinist Maria Schleuning. … read more

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Do you all use TheaterJones for arts media coverage? They cover more than theater, you know. :-)

Check out this post from TheaterJones for a glimpse at their history, and make sure you get in the habit of turning to them for D-FW arts coverage!Ten years ago today the website TheaterJones.com debuted. The reviews on the site included "Violet" at WaterTower Theatre and "Almost Maine" at Theatre Arlington. A few of the short-lived columns were "Dead Ringers," in which we busted people whose cell phones went off during a show (by taking a photo of them at intermission and posting it on the site); and "Because You Said 'Macbeth'," tales of theatrical mishaps. Oh, how far we've come. How far the scene has come. Pictured is a list of local theater highlights playing at the time. Within a year, we will have added dance and classical music/opera to our coverage; and a few years later, we added comedy.

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We're thrilled to announce that very soon you will see a new and improved site design, with a MOBILE VERSION. And a newsletter, finally. (Link to sign up is in the comments.)
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Happy sweet 116, Dallas Museum of Art!

Did you know the DMA was once called the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts? Indeed, that’s where *our* name comes from. Since 1981, FACP has produced free concerts at the museum—our namesake!

Take some time to enjoy this amazing cultural resource in Dallas. Roam through the galleries with your friends and family. And, of course, we hope you join us February 9 at 3 p.m., for our next Bancroft Family Concert: Family of Flutes.It’s our 116th birthday today! The DMA was founded on this day in 1903 as the Dallas Art Association. We’ve been through a few name changes and called a couple different places home since then. This photograph is from 1981, when the DMA was called the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and was located in Fair Park.
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Spread the word! We've partnered with the Dallas Museum of Art and Salum to put together a great package for 2, just in time for Valentine's Day! Click through to enter the giveaway on Art&Seek (you must be on their e-newsletter list to qualify.)Haven't had the pleasure of attending a chamber concert? Win this Big Deal and it will be the perfect time to start. Enter to win a Fine Arts Chamber Players VIP Concert Experience. The winner, whether a novice or seasoned concert goer, will enjoy reserved seating for February's Bancroft Family concert with complimentary parking at the Dallas Museum of Art, exhibition passes to "Ida O'Keeffe: Escaping Georgia's Shadow," and a Salum Restaurant gift card. bit.ly/2RPSGdi ... See MoreSee Less

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Oh, this will be a GREAT conversation, I'm sure. Make a note to listen live tomorrow, 1/16, or on the podcast, "KERA's Think."

KERA and KERA Think: thank you for delving in to this topic!Tune to KERA Think at noon, Wednesday, Jan. 16 for a discussion about arts journalism. Krys Boyd's panelists will be Mark Lowry from TheaterJones, Jerome Weeks of KERA / Art&Seek, Christopher Blay of Glasstire and Lauren Smart of @SMU
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Happy sweet 116!

Did you know the DMA was once called the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts? Indeed, that’s where *our* name comes from. Since 1981, FACP has produced free concerts at the museum—our namesake! Join us February 9 at 3 p.m., for our next concert: Family of Flutes.

Dallas Museum of Art@DallasMuseumArt

It’s our 116th birthday today! The DMA was founded on this day in 1903. This photograph is from 1981, when the DMA was called the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and was located in Fair Park.

What an afternoon!
Mark your calendar for February 9 at 3 p.m. David Buck, Principal Flute of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and his wife, distinguished flutist Jung-Wan Kang, join DSO pianist Steven Harlos on our stage.

#free #familyfriendly #flute #piano #dallasculture #TACA

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