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Ravel + Urioste

Friday, January 7

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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.

Ravel + Urioste

Saturday, January 8

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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.

Ravel + Urioste

Sunday, January 9

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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.

James Ehnes | Chamber Concert

Tuesday, January 11

Pass

James Ehnes joins DSO Musicians for a chamber concert performance.

Ehnes Plays Elgar

Thursday, January 13

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

In 1905, the famed Austrian violinist Fritz Kreisler told the Hereford Times “If you want to know whom I consider to be the greatest living composer, I say without hesitation, Elgar. I wish Elgar would write something for the violin. He could do so, and it would certainly be something effective.” Five years later Elgar delivered Kreisler a concerto by turns grand, brooding and heroic.

Ehnes Plays Elgar

Friday, January 14

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

In 1905, the famed Austrian violinist Fritz Kreisler told the Hereford Times “If you want to know whom I consider to be the greatest living composer, I say without hesitation, Elgar. I wish Elgar would write something for the violin. He could do so, and it would certainly be something effective.” Five years later Elgar delivered Kreisler a concerto by turns grand, brooding and heroic.

Fabio Luisi & James Ehnes | DSO On The Go

Saturday, January 15

Pass

In 1905, the famed Austrian violinist Fritz Kreisler told the Hereford Times “If you want to know whom I consider to be the greatest living composer, I say without hesitation, Elgar. I wish Elgar would write something for the violin. He could do so, and it would certainly be something effective.” Five years later Elgar delivered Kreisler a concerto by turns grand, brooding and heroic.

DSOOTG Preston Hollow PC

Sunday, January 16

Pass

Trifonov Plays Brahms

Thursday, January 20

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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.”

Trifonov Plays Brahms

Friday, January 21

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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.”

Trifonov Plays Brahms

Saturday, January 22

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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.”

Trifonov Plays Brahms

Sunday, January 23

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

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.”

Non-DSO Event

ON THE MOVE: 2022 Dallas Regional Chamber Annual Meeting presented by JACOBS

Tuesday, January 25

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The Dallas Region’s premier business event brings together top professional and community leaders to celebrate our vibrant region. The in-person program will feature keynote Bob Jordan, incoming CEO of Southwest Airlines Co., in conversation with Melissa Reiff, former CEO & Chairwoman of The Container Store, as well as insight from our region’s political, nonprofit and industry leaders.

Revolution: the Music of The Beatles – A Symphonic Experience

Friday, January 28

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Let’s come together as The Beatles are brought to life in Revolution, the symphonic tribute to the Fab Four, featuring the DSO and top vocalists performing arrangements transcribed from the original master recordings at Abbey Road.

7:30pm

Revolution: the Music of The Beatles – A Symphonic Experience

Saturday, January 29

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Let’s come together as The Beatles are brought to life in Revolution, the symphonic tribute to the Fab Four, featuring the DSO and top vocalists performing arrangements transcribed from the original master recordings at Abbey Road.

7:30pm

Revolution: the Music of The Beatles – A Symphonic Experience

Sunday, January 30

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Let’s come together as The Beatles are brought to life in Revolution, the symphonic tribute to the Fab Four, featuring the DSO and top vocalists performing arrangements transcribed from the original master recordings at Abbey Road.

3:00pm