Saturday, October 16, 2021

Timeless Concerts to Perform "Germany to Austria" Concert November 13, 2021

Timeless Concerts performers are looking forward to their next concert, Germany to Austria, at 8 pm. on Nov. 13, 2021. They will be in Fort Worth this time, at the Holt Hickman Center which is about 10 minutes south of downtown Ft Worth, just off 287.

Travel through time to the elegant era of the Viennese waltz, as Timeless Concerts musicians accompany experts dancing the waltz. A beautiful romantic piano quartet by Robert Fuchs, Hungarian Dances by Brahms, plus songs of Strauss, Mozart and Lehar (known for his opera "Merry Widow") will follow. They will end the concert with songs from the beloved musical, "Sound of Music", set in Austria. Post-concert, enjoy giving pianist Erik Barnes your requests. Complimentary wine, soft drinks and snacks will be available. Concert performers will be violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth, violist Tim Angel, cellist Oliver Schlaffer, pianist Heejung Kang, soprano Sabrina Romero Wilson and tenor Sergio Cepeda.

Tickets are on sale now. Seating will be assigned in order of date/time of purchase. A full table at this location seats 10. If a group wishes to sit together have someone buy the tickets together as a group, or send a message about whose table you would like to join well in advance of the concert.

Perhaps "business casual" would be a good description for suggested attire. There really are no rules; some dress up more, some dress down, it's your choice!

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Timeless Concerts Presents - From France to Argentina

From France to Argentina!
Saturday, September 25, 8 pm
Rose Garden Tea Room, 4720 South Cooper Street, Arlington, TX

Bizet's opera "Carmen" will be a significant portion of this performance by Timeless Concerts, as Dr. Tim Angel, violinist, will perform the virtuosic and entertaining "Carmen Fantasy" by Pablo de Sarasate. Tenor Sergio Cepeda and mezzo soprano Rachel Moon will perform arias from the famously flirtatious opera Carmen, as well as French art songs. The trio of pianist Heejung Kang, cellist Oliver Schlaffer and violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth will accompany the Carmen pieces as well as perform tangos of Astor Piazzolla.

Complimentary desserts will be included, wine and soft drinks will be available. Table seating for up to 8.

General admission is $35, seniors 60+ are $30, college students are $15 and one youth age 11-17 is free with one paying adult.

Sunday, July 18, 2021

Call for Art to be Hung in Downtown Arlington Gallery

The gallery at Create Arlington is accepting artist submissions for their next show, Color Abstractions. Their gallery caters to a diverse and engaged audience within the growing North Texas region. Create Arlington is an easy walk from the Arlington Museum of Art, Theatre Arlington, the Levitt Pavilion, the University of Arlington, and several popular restaurants and bars. The gallery is an active art space with frequent visitors throughout the week.

The Color Abstractions theme is a broad invitation to explore interesting or unexpected uses of color in your art, in whatever form that may take. It may be a particular color motif or a significant pop of color that appears in your work. Perhaps you want to go bold and present a prismatic explosion on your canvas. The theme is yours to interpret.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

London to Dublin! Music Concert from Timeless Concerts, Saturday July 17, 8 pm

July 17 will be Timeless Concerts' first performance at the Lake House by Lake Arlington. It's hot in the summer. Dress as casually as you wish...shorts, sundresses, athletic wear, be comfortable. The performers will not be in formal wear this time.

From the beautiful compositions of great composers of England and Ireland, to the jigs of the countryside, you will be entertained by the music presented. As always, Timeless Concerts will feature music by composers well-known from the countries highlighted (Holst, Vaughn-Williams and Andrew Lloyd Webber) but also a few new discoveries (Vincent Kennedy and Thomas Dunhill). One of our featured works will be a chamber music version of the ethereal "Lark Ascending", by Vaughn-Williams, based on the poem of the same name by George Meredith.

Performing for you will be violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth, violinist/violist Tim Angel, pianist Erik Barnes, tenor Don O'Neal LeBlanc, soprano Sabrina Romero-Wilson, and cellist Jim Higgins. Table seating (for up to 8) is available with complimentary wine, soft drinks and dessert plates. BYOB is allowed.

Tickets: Table seating $35 general, $30 senior 60+, college $15, youth age 11-17 are free (one youth per one paying adult).

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

30 Americans Art Exhibit is Presented by the Arlington Museum of Art

The Arlington Museum of Art is proud to announce it’s exhibition for the summerof 2021, 30 Americans. This will be the second exhibition that the AMA has received from the renowned Rubell Museum (the first being Keith Haring: Against All Odds, one of the most successful exhibits in AMA’s history). 30 Americans showcases works by 30 emerging and established African American artists of the last three decades.

“The second collaboration with the Rubell Museum in Miami, solidifies our relationship and allowsus to bring important art to the North Texas region. The exhibit will push the limits of our space and returning visitors will be surprised by the scale and scope of the exhibit while introducing them to new galleries. Including a variety of styles and a broad array of visual art, there's something for everyone in this exhibit. We decided to bring this exhibit to Arlington to provide more individual access to art that will inspire and engage ever growing audiences” says AMA Board President Dr. Christopher Hightower.

This acclaimed exhibition focuses on issues of race, sexuality, gender and historical identity in contemporary culture while exploring the powerful influence of artistic legacy and community across generations. Curated by the Rubell Museum, the exhibit includes works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mickalene Thomas, Kara Walker, Carrie Mae Weems, and Kehinde Wiley. The exhibition features works from a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, photography, video, and installation. While some works probe the notion of racial and social difference in a candid manner, others evoke universal concepts and emotions using a sophisticated blend of visual beauty, humor, and irony.

“This is an important exhibit that will undoubtedly spark conversation about race in America. It comes at a time when race and social justice issues are at the top of people's minds on a day to day basis. We are proud to present this profound exhibit that highlights the most important African-American artists since 1990” says 30 Americans Committee Chair and CEO for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Tonya Veasey.

Mera Rubell, of the Rubell Museum, states that “30 Americans is a celebration of the artists we collected over a 30 year period and their work never stops addressing the common humanity in all of us. The Keith Haring exhibition was the first of our collaborations with the Arlington Museum of Art and now we are excited to continue with 30 Americans." Likewise, the AMA is thrilled to continue their relationship with the Rubell and bring this remarkable exhibit to DFW.

Saturday, April 24, 2021

Virtual Dance Event - At the Edge of Reality

AT THE EDGE OF REALITY is a virtual dance event collaboratively created by dance faculty and student choreographers. Inspiration is drawn from folklore, urban legends, and the more unsettling sides of human nature. Each dance work is created, performed, and filmed in a variety of settings to emphasize our unique connections to place and environment.

AT THE EDGE OF REALITY will be streamed via Video On Demand from April 30 – May 2, 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. To purchase the Video On Demand rental, please visit our virtual Box Office.

Sunday, April 11, 2021

DIG - A World Premier Play by Natalie Gaupp presented via Video on Demand

The University of Texas at Arlington’s Maverick Theatre Company presents the world premiere of the original work DIG written by UTA’s playwright-in-residence, Dr. Natalie Gaupp as a part of the Theatre Arts Teaching Lab.

DIG follows the story of the Dewitt brothers, two young men who despise each other. Young attorney Victor has had their small-town home in his rearview mirror for years, pursuing his career in a metropolitan city. Eliot has become a virtual recluse caring for their mother, Lina, who is staging with Alzheimer’s. But now Vic’s back, prompted by a disturbing call from a neighbor. Vic is set to interrogate his brother about the present situation, but Eliot has his own slate of questions about the past. Even Lina has an agenda. She’s out in the back lot. Digging. Morning ‘til night. And she’s just about to uncover the answers her sons are looking for, whether they’re ready—or not.

DIG will be streamed via Video On Demand from April 16-18, 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. To purchase the Video On Demand rental, please visit their virtual Box Office.

Adult Language and Subject Matter

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Both In-Person and Live Streaming Available for Symphony Arlington's April 15, 2021 Concert

Join Symphony Arlington at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 15th at the Arlington Music Hall. Their guest artist for that evening is violinist, Kiarra Saito-Beckman. The program includes Beethoven’s Lenora Overture No. 1, Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D Major, and Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4 in A Major (“Italian”).

All concerts this season offer both in-person and live streaming options. Protocols remain in place to ensure the safety of the audience and musicians. To order concert tickets – for in-person or online viewing – call (817) 385-0484, e-mail at, or visit their website.

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Monday, March 29, 2021

University of Texas at Arlington’s Department of Theatre Arts presents TRAGEDIANS ANONYMOUS

The University of Texas at Arlington’s Maverick Theatre Company presents a dynamic play reading of TRAGEDIANS ANONYMOUS written by Rebecca Salomonsson.

TRAGEDIANS ANONYMOUS sees tragic characters Ophelia, Lady Anne, Romeo, and Juliet, seek support at the Tragedians Anonymous group led by Prospero, where the meeting’s theme is “Identify those who wrong us and those who we wrong.” In this smart, laugh-out-loud comedy, the characters confront the other characters in their plays as well as their Fatal Flaws, who come to life online! This virtual masterpiece is a fantastic comic send-up and tribute to Shakespeare’s tragedies that also re-familiarizes us with the storylines and characters of some of Shakespeare’s greatest works.

TRAGEDIANS ANONYMOUS will be streamed via Video On Demand from April 2-5, 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. To purchase the Video On Demand rental, please visit our virtual Box Office.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

An Evening in Italy Provided by Timeless Concerts in Downtown Arlington on April 24

Evening in Italy is coming up April 24 at 8 pm at the Arlington Museum of Art with music by Italian composers that span centuries, from the early music of Rossini and Paganini, to Italian-American Henry Mancini. Italians love their opera so Timeless Concerts' tenors Don O'Neal LeBlanc and Sergio Cepeda will sing opera's greatest hits from Puccini to Verdi. Find out which opera aria has been performed in 18 different movies! Also, learn how a famous piano concerto by Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninov was based on a theme by Paganini. Timeless Concerts' instrumentalists are pianists Heejung Kang and Erik Barnes, violinist/violist Tim Angel, cellist Oliver Schlaffer and violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth.

Timeless Concerts' performers hope with all the losses our audience has endured this past year, that they can provide an event that everyone can look forward to enjoying. Tickets for Evening in Italy are now live on their website. Beautiful music and time spent together, is more important than ever and healing. Although Timeless Concerts is very sad that they didn't perform our annual "Valentines Special and Fundraiser," they say they are blessed, because their nonprofit organization is surviving, and will perform a great concert on April 24!

Timeless Concerts is pretty certain that covid restrictions will be required in late April when they perform with things expected to be the same as when they performed two socially distanced concerts in July and September of 2020, such as temperatures possibly be taken at the entrance, masks required when not at your table, only an audience of 70, and covered dessert plates on the individual tables instead of the traditional buffet. Hopefully, their July 10 concert can be maskless and back to normal.

You can read more about Timeless Concerts on their home page where they have a promo video.

Friday, March 19, 2021

University of Texas at Arlington’s Department of Theatre Arts presents SPRING AWAKENING via Video on Demand

The University of Texas at Arlington’s Maverick Theatre Company presents SPRING AWAKENING. This Tony Award nominated rock musical is based on the 1819 German play, Spring Awakening, written by Frank Wedekind.

SPRING AWAKENING critiques the hypocrisy of institutional doctrine (especially in relation to sex education, religious concepts of sin, and a culture of shame) as a means to control young adults and promote abstinence. Particularly in a time of civil unrest, SPRING AWAKENING calls into question what is promoted to children as “normal” and what is “unnatural.” Though dealing with difficult themes like suicide and sexual abuse, the message of the musical is to rage against the status quo in order to protect individual expression and thought. The younger generations must hold their elders accountable and push back in order to create a world with more compassion and understanding of the individual.

SPRING AWAKENING will be streamed via Video On Demand from April 2-5 9-12 (new dates), 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. To purchase the Video On Demand rental, please visit our Virtual Box Office.

Adult Language and Subject Matter: violence, child abuse, sexual assault, suicide, guns