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Thursday Morning Roundup


by Stephen Becker 14 Jan 2010

RICHARDSON SYMPHONY’S CASH PROBLEMS: A money shortage has forced the Richardson Symphony Orchestra to postpone its concert featuring first-chair soloists scheduled for Saturday. It has been moved to June 18. “Rather than create a cash-flow problem for ourselves, we decided to move it to a time of year when we would have more cash,” RSO […]

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RICHARDSON SYMPHONY’S CASH PROBLEMS: A money shortage has forced the Richardson Symphony Orchestra to postpone its concert featuring first-chair soloists scheduled for Saturday. It has been moved to June 18. “Rather than create a cash-flow problem for ourselves, we decided to move it to a time of year when we would have more cash,” RSO President and Executive Director George Landis tells dallasnews.com.

MUSIC BITS: Fort Worth’s Chatterton will release a new EP, The Cold Open, on Friday. “Essentially, I think we’re a new band,” the band’s lead songwriter, Kevin Aldridge tells dfw.com. … Hunter Hauk has updates on a new disc from Doug Burr and the debut of Dana Harper, the daughter of former Mav’s point guard Derek Harper. (quickdfw.com) … Eleven Hundred Springs is the latest guest on DC9 at Night’s video series. (DC9 at Night).

TALKING THE TALK: If you’re an actor trying to tackle a tough accent, get thee to usemyaccent.com. The new site has people from around the world recording a short script in their native accent so that actors can study them to prepare for roles. “It’s very easy for a director to eliminate actors who don’t have the right look or the right accent,” the site’s founder, Odile Rault, tells the Wall Street Journal. “If your accent is spot-on, it will get you to the next stage of the selection process.” We’ll keep an ear out for any uploaded “Dallas” accents.

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