Black Friday 2021

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Christmas With Cantus

December 6, 2021

In a “powerfully poetic Christmas program,” the all-male vocal ensemble presents familiar holiday carols alongside narrated passages from The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, and Dakota and the Snow Phoenix.

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Hollywood Holidays

December 17, 2021

Experience the magic of the silver screen come to life with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra this holiday season!

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Ravel + Urioste

January 7, 2022

Black composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s rhapsodic violin concerto features the young Mexican-American violinist Elena Urioste, whose lightness of tone and tenderness paired with just the right amount of charisma reveals the rhapsodic character of this concerto.

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Trifonov Plays Brahms

January 23, 2022

Brahms’s First Piano Concerto is symphonic in scope and unabashedly dramatic and intense; a perfect vehicle to highlight the virtuosity of GRAMMY® Award-winning Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov, hailed as “the most astounding pianist of our age.”

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Tchaikovsky Pathétique

February 18, 2022

Premiered a mere four days before Tchaikovsky’s untimely death, his final symphony was named “Pathétique” for the passion, emotion and suffering expressed, suggesting Tchaikovsky’s struggle with society’s intolerance for homosexuality. Yet there are tender moments and brilliant musicality, including a singing waltz that is unmistakably Tchaikovsky!

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Duruflé Requiem | Gould Family Organ Recital Series

February 20, 2022

Maurice Duruflé was an outstanding French organist, teacher at the Paris Conservatoire, and composer. His beautiful Requiem, thematically based on Gregorian chants, is his most famous piece combining the beauty of voice and organ in a mysterious combination.

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Oleta Adams

Oleta Adams | Jazz Series

February 26, 2022

Grammy-nominated vocalist Oleta Adams celebrates over 45 years in the music industry. An instantly recognizable singer of the soul and gospel canon, she is known for her warm tone and rich timbre. Throughout her career, she has released 9 albums, including secular, Gospel and Christmas albums, and was the featured vocalist behind Tears of Fears, Women in Chains which hit Top 40 of the U.K. and U.S. pop charts.

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Shostakovich & R. Strauss

March 20, 2022

Inspired by the works of Prokofiev, Shostakovich’s First Cello Concerto opens with a jocular march, riddled with solo cello and horn passages, leading to outbursts from the woodwinds, carrying Georgian folk tunes throughout the latter movements.

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Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin

April 5, 2022

Partake in Fabio Luisi’s mastery of opera and a stellar cast of handpicked soloists in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, a Russian lyric opera filled with celebratory tunes, an infectious waltz, passion-soaked arias, plush orchestration and even a dramatic pistol duel.

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Kavakos, Kerr And Kufchak

May 1, 2022

At only 23 years old, Mozart composed his warm and witty Sinfonia Concertante, a clever combination of symphony and concerto, to display the exceptional skills of the string players in the Mannheim Orchestra.

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Yellowjackets | Jazz Series

May 22, 2022

Critically acclaimed jazz quartet Yellowjackets have been a creative force in the jazz world since 1981. Receiving 17 Grammy nominations with 2 wins across their 41-year history, their sound has been described as having a stronger edge, with driving rhythms and virtuoso playing that sets them apart from their peers and takes the listener across a journey of decades and styles.

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