Video Interview…Richard Kaufman Conducts Hollywood Classics for The Dallas Symphony

Over the years, we’ve made acquaintances with all manner of filmic and musical personalities. While feigning journalistic pursuits, we at GoSeeTalk are really just a bunch of fan boys. As such, interviews are probably the most rewarding part of running the site. While getting to meet someone who has a hand in the film business […]

Christmas Pops with The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Couldn’t Be Jollier

Life is all about experiences, and there are very few things that can rival the thrill of live music. For 25 years, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra has been putting on incredible shows and performances. This time of year, their Christmas Pops series can put even the most grumpy cat in the mood for jingle jangle holiday […]

Hollywood Hits and The Music of John Williams with The Dallas Symphony Orchestra

The glamour and excitement of Tinseltown come alive when the DSO presents famous movie soundtracks from films like Star Wars, Jaws, Goldfinger, Silverado, Pirates of the Caribbean and more. Take your seat for the best in entertainment with music that ignites the senses in sonic splendor only heard at the Meyerson Symphony Center. But before […]

Dallas Symphony Presents Joe Cocker and Huey Lewis & The News in July

Taking a breather from movie news and trailers, we have word on something extraordinary happening in Dallas next month. The Dallas Symphony will be holding a very special engagement with two legendary musicians. On Friday July 20, 2012 the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center will have Joe Cocker and Huey Lewis & The News share […]

Michael Giacchino – Live At The Meyerson Symphony Center

Oscar-winning film composer Michael Giacchino has won hearts around the world with his themes to Up, Star Trek, Lost among many others. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra invited Michael to conduct a retrospective concert this past weekend and it was an experience to say the least. His already thrilling music became even more vibrant as it echoed off […]

Exclusive: Video Interview…Film Composer Michael Giacchino

To close out their Masters of Film Music series, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra has invited Oscar-winning film composer Michael Giacchino (pronounced “Juh-keen-oh“) to conduct a retrospective concert from May 18th – 20th. The set list, which he’s calling Stories of Islands, Balloons and Space, will include a number of his most popular and well-loved themes/music including Lost, Up, Star Trek, Super 8 and Ratatoulie. While […]

Exclusive: Interview…Film Composer Michael Giacchino

This week, Oscar-winning film composer Michael Giacchino (Star Trek, Super 8, Up, The Incredibles) will hold an exclusive 3 night engagement with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The retrospective concert experience will feature a set list of Giacchino’s finest works with an added bonus; Michael himself will be conducting his well-loved themes at the Meyerson Symphony Center from May 18th – 20th. In a very fun […]

Dallas Symphony Hosts “The Masters of Film Music” w/ Michael Giacchino

Oscar-winner, Pixar golden boy and creator of some of the catchiest and most memorable tunes in recent years, Michael Giacchino’s musical genius knows no bounds. His exciting, weighty and frenetic themes have been the unseen heart and soul in stories great and small, from video games and TV shows all the way up to big budget […]

'Casablanca' – Live At The Meyerson Symphony Center

For many people around the world, Casablaca is more than just a film. It sits near the top of countless Top 10 lists and you could use a multitude of positive superlatives to describe this iconic and classic film. Actually, you might be hard pressed to find a source that doesn’t talk about it without […]

Video Interview…Conductor Richard Kaufman On ‘Casablanca’ With The Dallas Symphony

One of the most beloved films of all time, there’s something in Casablanca for literally everyone. Action, romance, drama, gripping plot, timeless themes, fantastic acting, sweeping music, etc, etc. yes, there’s a reason why this film has endured for decades. Yet one element lives on perhaps even grander that the story, its plot or characters; Max Steiner’s […]