Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Kim Noltemy Selected To Be President/CEO Of Dallas Symphony Association

While all types of stuff are happening in the Dallas arts neighborhood like Dallas Museum of Arts Senior Curator of Contemporary Art Gavin Delahunty's unexpected resignation, the Dallas Symphony Association have good news with the announcement of a new president/CEO, who will be in place on Monday, January 22.  Dallas Symphony Association board of Governors Chair Sanjiv … [Read more...]

JUST IN: First-Day Sales Of Dallas Symphony Orchestra Gala Single Ticket Sales Astounded Even DSO President/CEO Jonathan Martin

Despite Dallas Symphony Orchestra President/CEO Jonathan Martin disappointing many with his recent announcement of leaving North Texas for Cincinnati, he also shared some good news about the upcoming DSO Gala. It seems that the day that the single tickets for the DSO Gala went on sale, they really blew the DSO circuits. When asked the cause for this DSO history-making … [Read more...]

JUST IN: Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Jonathan Martin Is Headed to Cincinnati

Our buddy Mike Granberry at The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Dallas Symphony Orchestra CEO/President  Jonathan Martin announced this morning that he'll be joining the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in September. Taking over his duties immediately will be Michelle Miller Burns. Jonathan will serve as an advisor to the board chair and Michelle until he leaves … [Read more...]

2016 Dallas Symphony Orchestra Gala Razzle-Dazzled With The Finest In Formal Fashions And Fundraising For Beautiful Music

As the near most perfect harvest moon rose like a magnificent balloon over North Texas with nary a cloud in sight, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Denise McGovern’s tootsies were worn out from doing non-rain dance on Friday, September 16. Despite predictions of pop-up and cluster showers sprinkled rain in the territory, none were spilling over the Meyerson. Here was the … [Read more...]

Despite Threatening Weather, Sherwood Wagner Tented Up With A Lavish Dinner To Kick Off The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Gala

Outside the Preston Hollow home of Sherwood Wagner early on Tuesday, April 26, the weather was still warm but dry ahead of the drenching that had been predicted for later. But, once inside Sherwood’s manse, some 150 guests were confronted with a sight that had them forgetting about the forecast: Just beyond the doors leading to Wagner’s yard, a huge, sky-high white tent had … [Read more...]