Inspiring all with the love of music

The DSO offers music education and special programming.

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra affects positive change in our community through signature music education and special programming for children, teens, and adults—as well as resources for teachers and parents—we help all to appreciate and enjoy the magic of music.

Young Musicians 2021-22 School Year

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Young Musicians provides music education, instruments, performance and mentorship opportunities at no cost to students and families.

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Listen & Watch on DSO Kids

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Listen to sounds from various composers and learn more about all of the instruments played by our Dallas Symphony Orchestra musicians, made specially for DSO Kids.

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Young Strings Auditions

Auditions are in January for string students in grades 6-10 who live or go to school in the city of Dallas.

For more information contact Carolyn Jabr, Young Strings Manager, at

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Philharmonia Fantastique

Philharmonia Fantastique: The Making of the Orchestra is a 30-minute animated film that flies through the instruments of the orchestra to explore the age-old connection of creativity and technology. Paired with a concerto for bass and violin featuring two soloists from the Sphinx organization and a Mozart overture, this concert will be unforgettable!

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A club just for kids

It’s never too early to begin to learn about—and love—music. As a member of the DSO Kids Club, kids, grades K-6, receive personal emails, puzzles, games, and information about upcoming events.

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Meyerson Virtual Tour

Meyerson Virtual Tour

In this 360-degree interactive virtual tour created by KERA’s Art & Seek and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the building’s namesake, Morton H. Meyerson, serves as your tour guide, providing insights about the building’s creation.

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