“The premier concert series in the DFW area” (Star-Telegram), Cliburn Concerts brings the world’s leading classical musicians to North Texas at Bass Performance Hall, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the Kimbell Art Museum’s Renzo Piano Pavilion.
CLIBURN AT THE BASS
The best international talent presented on the stage of what many consider the last great opera house built in the 20th century. The classic European-style theater is the crown jewel of downtown Fort Worth.
CLIBURN AT THE KIMBELL
The Masters and Virtuosos series offer brilliantly intimate concert experiences within the confines of the stunning 285-seat performance space of Fort Worth’s newest architectural star, the Renzo Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Art Museum.
CLIBURN AT THE MODERN
A conversation and display of the work of living American composers, who join audiences at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth—a celebrated Tadao Ando-designed masterpiece.
A series presenting classically trained artists at a nightclub in a relaxed environment, where they are free to be casual, to blend genres, and to interact with the audience.
An annual initiative designed to examine different perspectives in music—such as the work of a singular composer, the music of a particular moment in history, or a significant stylistic movement.
CHILDREN MUST BE 8 YEARS OR OLDER TO ATTEND CLIBURN CONCERTS.