Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Redfords, EarthX, and the DSO to Present U.S. Premiere of Multi-Arts Environmental Performance

by | Jun 29, 2022
"The Way of the Rain—Hope for Earth" blends orchestra, chorus, film, art, dance, and spoken word narration by Robert Redford to highlight both the earth's beauty and vulnerability. Created and directed by Sibylle Szaggars Redford, the one-night-only performance will be at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas on October 22. "The marrying of all these disciplines to tell the story of our Earth resonated with me, and I know it will resonate with audiences," says the DSO's CEO.
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These Programs Are Inspiring Budding Musicians in Dallas to Pursue Their Dreams
by | Apr 7, 2021
From plucking a string for the first time to performing around the world, Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Young Strings and Young Musicians programs are creating opportunities for the next generation.
Music to Your Ears: The Beauty of Art, Innovation During a Pandemic
by | Dec 21, 2020
In the fourth installment of a five-part series, Capital One shines a spotlight on nonprofit innovation in 2020.
Art, Heart, and Smarts:
Our Creative Tech Future in DFW
by | Apr 6, 2018
Art meets tech to inspire innovation in the community.
Artistic violin

‘Mozart in the Bar’:
DSO Violinist Brings Classical Music to Deep Ellum

by | May 1, 2017
Lydia Umlauf, a violinist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, is providing the Dallas community with a more casual setting to enjoy classical music.
Dallas Arboretum
Editor’s Picks: Calendar for Sept. 1-8
by | Sep 1, 2016
From the kick off of the Dallas Arboretum's Cool Thursday Concert Series to art exhibits, here's a list of events happening in the next week.