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By Debbie AndersonOctober 27, 2022No Comments


Maine born but now a Texas resident, Slaid Cleaves brings his laid-back style for an intimate concert at McDavid Studio. Photo courtesy of Yvette Foster Photography

An Evening with Slaid Cleaves

McDavid Studio 301 E. 5th St., Fort Worth, 817-212-4280, basshall.com

Twenty-five years into his storied career, Cleaves’ heartfelt songwriting continues to encapsulate truths both touching and timeless. The evening, presented by Performing Arts Fort Worth, promises to feel like a gathering of old friends that is by turns festive and nostalgic. Nov. 18

Pentatonix: A Christmas Spectacular

Dickies Arena 1911 Montgomery St., Fort Worth, 817-402-9000, dickiesarena.com

The a cappella group has released a new album, “Holidays Around The World,” and is hitting the road on a Christmas tour. They make a stop in Fort Worth, with sibling group Girl Named Tom as the opener. Nov. 22

Photo courtesy of Pentatonix

Christine Brewer

Fort Worth Symphony

Bass Performance Hall 325 Commerce St., Fort Worth, 817-665-6000, fwsymphony.org

Kimbell Chamber Series FWSO’s music director, Robert Spano, also is a pianist and performs one of his own works along with pieces from Debussy and Brahms. FWSO musicians and Grammy-winning mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor join Spano in this intimate performance at the Kimbell Art Museum. Nov. 13

Wagner highlights Hear “The Ride of the Valkyries” and more of composer Richard Wagner’s works, with Richard Spano conducting and featuring soprano Christine Brewer. Nov. 18-20

Home for the Holidays As part of the Pops Series, FWSO performs all your holiday favorites and makes it snow inside Bass Hall. Nov. 25-27