Recent press releases
DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES FIRST COHORT OF ITS NEW LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Dallas, Texas (April 23, 2021)
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra today announced the first cohort of members in its Leadership Development Program. With a curriculum tailored to meet the needs of todayā€™s young professionals and featuring behind-the-scenes access to the Dallas Symphony, the Leadership Development Program is a new, 12-month program featuring workshops and meetings, including music and arts 101, that is designed to expand the experience of the next generation of business and nonprofit leaders, designed in collaboration with cultural anthropologist, Dr. Sharon Washington.
This first group of leaders reflects the many facets of Dallasā€™s thriving business and arts industries and come from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA NAMES PINCHAS ZUKERMAN AS ARTISTIC & PRINCIPAL EDUCATION PARTNER FOR THE 2021/22 AND 2022/23 SEASONS
Dallas, Texas (April 21, 2021)
The Dallas Symphony has named lauded musician and long-time DSO collaborator Pinchas Zukerman as Artistic & Principal Education Partner for the next two seasons beginning in September 2021. In this role, Zukerman will play-direct chamber orchestra concerts with the DSO, appear as violin soloist with the orchestra and collaborate with DSO musicians in chamber music performances during the two-year term. He will also lead, as an important component of this appointment, intensive chamber-music coaching and instrument tutoring sessions in partnership with Southern Methodist Universityā€™s Meadows School of the Arts.
DSO + THE MET
Dallas, Texas (April 12, 2021)
Today the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) and Music Director Fabio Luisi (Louise W. & Edmund J. Kahn Music Directorship) announce a joint concert with members of The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. This unique collaborative event will benefit the MET Orchestra Musicians Fund and relief for Dallas-Fort Worth Musicians. It will be the first time many of the non-DSO musicians will have had the opportunity to perform to a live audience since the COVID-19 shutdown in March 2020. This full-sized orchestra will perform Mahlerā€™s Symphony No. 1 at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center with Fabio Luisi conducting.
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