Author Archives: Gregory Sullivan Isaacs

About Gregory Sullivan Isaacs

Gregory Sullivan Isaacs is a Dallas-based composer, conductor, and journalist. He is also a coach and teacher with a private studio.

Elizabeth Caballero and Alok Kumar as Mimi and Rodolfo, with conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in the Fort Worth Opera's semi-staged performance of “La bohème.” (credit: Freddie Watkins)

Fort Worth Opera on the road to resurgence in excellent semi-staged “La bohème”

Foreground, l-r: Terrell Rogers, Jr., Bianca Melidor, and Nile Ruff of the Dallas Black Dance Theatre performing Stravinsky's "Petruska" with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra led by Robert Spano, January 5, 2024. (credit: Karen Almond)

Fort Worth Symphony and Dallas Black Dance Theatre unite forces in superlative “Petrushka”

Lucas Meachem and Sasha Cooke in The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. (credit: Kyle Flubacker)

World premiere of “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” unfolds a powerful tale of fate