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    Vital Sines

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Thomas Ospital | Gould Family Organ Recital Series

Wednesday, November 1

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Join us for an impressive organ recital featuring Thomas Ospital, Titulaire of the grand organ at St. Eustache Church in Paris, who has quickly earned a place amongst the world’s finest concert organists.

Vienna Boys Choir

Thursday, November 2

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

There’s something eternal and powerful about the Vienna Boys Choir’s pure and pristine sound. The evening will feature a diverse and challenging array of vocal music spanning many centuries and the angelic voices of one of the most famous choirs in the world will entrance you. Don’t miss the beauty and precision of the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir as they take the stage of the Meyerson for one night only!

Vengerov Plays Brahms

Friday, November 3

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Superstar violinist Maxim Vengerov, “the greatest living string player in the world today” (Classic FM),
returns to dazzle Dallas with the technical fireworks of Brahms’s Violin Concerto that has inspired the
admiration and awe of audiences for well over a century. Sibelius’s First Symphony, painting with darker shades of the musical palette and evoking the atmosphere of his beloved Finland, rounds out this concert.

Vengerov Plays Brahms

Saturday, November 4

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Superstar violinist Maxim Vengerov, “the greatest living string player in the world today” (Classic FM),
returns to dazzle Dallas with the technical fireworks of Brahms’s Violin Concerto that has inspired the
admiration and awe of audiences for well over a century. Sibelius’s First Symphony, painting with darker shades of the musical palette and evoking the atmosphere of his beloved Finland, rounds out this concert.

Young Musicians & Young Strings Joint Recital

Saturday, November 4

Pass

Join us at 11am on the Meyerson stage to hear the Young Musicians Orchestra with a featured Young Strings soloist. Then, from 1-3pm in Horchow listen to the Young Strings Overture students. This event is free to the public and general admission.

Vengerov Plays Brahms

Sunday, November 5

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Superstar violinist Maxim Vengerov, “the greatest living string player in the world today” (Classic FM),
returns to dazzle Dallas with the technical fireworks of Brahms’s Violin Concerto that has inspired the
admiration and awe of audiences for well over a century. Sibelius’s First Symphony, painting with darker shades of the musical palette and evoking the atmosphere of his beloved Finland, rounds out this concert.

Dallas Symphony Children’s Chorus Fall Recital

Sunday, November 5

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The DSCC is proud to present it’s secondary season with the DSO. The chorus is made up of auditioned singers in 4th through 12th grade from around the greater Dallas area. Please join us as we celebrate in song.

As We Speak: Béla Fleck, Zakir Hussain, Edgar Meyer featuring Rakesh Chaurasia

Monday, November 6

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The DSO is excited to welcome Béla Fleck, Zakir Hussain and Edgar Meyer with Rakesh Chaurasia to the stage. NPR stated they are “simply the best at what they do… They are world-class masters of the banjo, the bass fiddle and the tabla [who] conquered mere technical prowess long ago.”

Non-DSO Event

Vital Sines

Tuesday, November 7

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

It’s an evening of joy, merriment, and music. Multiple Grammy Award-winning ensemble Eighth Blackbird performs a miraculous new concerto for sextet and windband. Plus we’ll celebrate the indomitable spirit and never-ending optimism of the Ukrainian people with the World Premiere of Bury and Rise by Ukrainian composer Catherine Likhuta.

Strauss Don Juan

Thursday, November 9

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

At just 24 years old, Strauss is at the top of his game in a counter-intuitive portrait of the notorious lover
Don Juan — not the libertine, but a world-weary hero searching for the perfect woman. The music is intense, though not without passages of sensuous love music.

Strauss Don Juan

Saturday, November 11

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

At just 24 years old, Strauss is at the top of his game in a counter-intuitive portrait of the notorious lover
Don Juan — not the libertine, but a world-weary hero searching for the perfect woman. The music is intense, though not without passages of sensuous love music.

Strauss Don Juan

Sunday, November 12

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

At just 24 years old, Strauss is at the top of his game in a counter-intuitive portrait of the notorious lover
Don Juan — not the libertine, but a world-weary hero searching for the perfect woman. The music is intense, though not without passages of sensuous love music.

DSO Women in Classical Music Symposium

Sunday, November 12

Pass

Presented by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Women in Classical Music Symposium will feature talks and panel discussions on topics relevant to women in the classical music industry.

Monday Day Pass

Monday, November 13

Pass

Tuesday Day Pass

Tuesday, November 14

Pass

Wednesday Day Pass

Wednesday, November 15

Pass

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 “Pathétique”

Thursday, November 16

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Is Tchaikovsky’s searing final work — shrouded in mystery — his farewell to the world? You will decide. The music begins in the bassoon’s lowest register — dark and melancholy, with tumult and anguish to follow, but also a waltz with an offbeat rhythm.

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 “Pathétique”

Friday, November 17

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Is Tchaikovsky’s searing final work — shrouded in mystery — his farewell to the world? You will decide. The music begins in the bassoon’s lowest register — dark and melancholy, with tumult and anguish to follow, but also a waltz with an offbeat rhythm.

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 “Pathétique”

Saturday, November 18

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Is Tchaikovsky’s searing final work — shrouded in mystery — his farewell to the world? You will decide. The music begins in the bassoon’s lowest register — dark and melancholy, with tumult and anguish to follow, but also a waltz with an offbeat rhythm.

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6 “Pathétique”

Sunday, November 19

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Is Tchaikovsky’s searing final work — shrouded in mystery — his farewell to the world? You will decide. The music begins in the bassoon’s lowest register — dark and melancholy, with tumult and anguish to follow, but also a waltz with an offbeat rhythm.

Stravinsky The Firebird

Friday, November 24

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Stravinsky’s Firebird has it all: a prince, 13 princesses, the Firebird’s magic feather, and an evil ogre and his hellish minions! You’ll feel the music’s vibrant colors and rich harmonies, glittering and pulsing with fantastic effects, leading to the gossamer Lullaby and a shimmering Finale proclaiming a happily-ever-after. Concertmaster Alexander Kerr solos in Mozart’s sparkling Concerto No. 5, complete with a Turkish march.

Stravinsky The Firebird

Saturday, November 25

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Stravinsky’s Firebird has it all: a prince, 13 princesses, the Firebird’s magic feather, and an evil ogre and his hellish minions! You’ll feel the music’s vibrant colors and rich harmonies, glittering and pulsing with fantastic effects, leading to the gossamer Lullaby and a shimmering Finale proclaiming a happily-ever-after. Concertmaster Alexander Kerr solos in Mozart’s sparkling Concerto No. 5, complete with a Turkish march.

Stravinsky The Firebird

Sunday, November 26

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Stravinsky’s Firebird has it all: a prince, 13 princesses, the Firebird’s magic feather, and an evil ogre and his hellish minions! You’ll feel the music’s vibrant colors and rich harmonies, glittering and pulsing with fantastic effects, leading to the gossamer Lullaby and a shimmering Finale proclaiming a happily-ever-after. Concertmaster Alexander Kerr solos in Mozart’s sparkling Concerto No. 5, complete with a Turkish march.