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Loaves of bread, publishing houses and the life of a cop: Joseph Wambaugh speaks

Joseph Wambaugh is a rarity in the publishing world. The Los Angeles detective-turned-best-selling author no longer accepts an advance for his books. It’s a matter of principle.


Deborah Voigt: An delightful evening of song

Internationally renown soprano Deborah Voigt made a surprise entrance during the OnStage Gala at the  Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House Saturday night.


Joshua Bell: At Home With Friends

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joshua-bell-at-home-coverClassical violinist Joshua Bell is, much like his treasured instrument, one of a kind. Not only is he an esteemed performer in all classical circles, but something of a pop culture phenomenon. In his new record, Bell  recreates the magic of performing with a room full of talented friends by producing a string of duets as diverse but uniform as the colors of the evening sky.



With glorious new hall and ‘Otello,’ grand opera arrives in Dallas

The last time I experienced acoustics as perfect as those of the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House was in the summer of 1969, when I saw a performance of the play “Antigone” in the 15,000 seat outdoor theater in Epidaurus, Greece, one of the most acoustically perfect spots on the planet.


A night at the opera: Winspear worth the wait

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The opening of the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House on Friday, Oct. 23, brought out the glitzy and glamorous side of Dallas society. It was a night filled with excitement and anticipation, and the new house did not disappoint.

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