Here’s where to see ‘The Nutcracker,’ ‘A Christmas Carol,’ Handel’s ‘Messiah’ and more.
The World Doctors Orchestra has played in more than 20 countries since 2008 — and this week, it’s making its North Texas debut with a world premiere. It took local members of the orchestra four years to bring the WDO here. Sing-Yi Feng is a pediatrics professor at UT Southwestern as well as a medical toxicologist at North… Read more »
Top-notch teenage musicians from around the world competed in this summer’s Cliburn Junior. You can hear them play – and talk about what it all meant to them.
There’s neuroscience behind why you love certain songs or pieces of music. Susan Rogers is a cognitive neuroscientist and professor at Berklee College of Music, as well as a multiplatinum record producer. She joins Krys Boyd from KERA News’ “Think” to discuss why our brains respond to certain music, our music personality types, and how music can shape identity.
WRR 101 is still the same all-classical station you know and love, but we’ve made some much-needed upgrades to our website to improve your experience.
In his role, Alvarez will help build WRR’s music library to reflect and serve the diverse North Texas classical music audience and create opportunities for audiences to deepen their connection to classical music and the arts.