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    Triathlon

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Sibelius Violin Concerto

Thursday, February 1

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Sibelius’s stylistic strengths are on full display in a program opened by his adventurous tone poem En saga and technically challenging Violin Concerto. Of his late-Romantic work, Sibelius wrote: “I begin already dimly to see the mountain that I shall certainly ascend. God opens his door for a moment and his orchestra plays the Fifth Symphony.”

Sibelius Violin Concerto

Friday, February 2

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Sibelius’s stylistic strengths are on full display in a program opened by his adventurous tone poem En saga and technically challenging Violin Concerto. Of his late-Romantic work, Sibelius wrote: “I begin already dimly to see the mountain that I shall certainly ascend. God opens his door for a moment and his orchestra plays the Fifth Symphony.”

Sibelius Violin Concerto

Saturday, February 3

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Sibelius’s stylistic strengths are on full display in a program opened by his adventurous tone poem En saga and technically challenging Violin Concerto. Of his late-Romantic work, Sibelius wrote: “I begin already dimly to see the mountain that I shall certainly ascend. God opens his door for a moment and his orchestra plays the Fifth Symphony.”

Non-DSO Event

Triathlon

Tuesday, February 6

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Saxophone virtuoso Timothy McAllister performs Pulitzer Prize winner John Corigliano’s new concerto Triathlon! in its World Premiere for wind band. As the title promises, you’ll hear plenty of athletic leaps, lines, and licks for soprano, alto, and baritone saxophones. A special guest appearance by The Boston Brass. And movie music by John Williams.

David Sanborn

Monday, February 12

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

With eight Gold albums and six GRAMMY® Awards under his belt, David Sanborn is a jazz legend. Described as “the most influential saxophonist on pop, R&B, and crossover players of the past 20 years,” Sanborn has transcended genres and musical boundaries throughout his career – which spans six decades and counting.

Youth Concert — The Recipe for Music

Wednesday, February 14

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

A dash of rhythm, a sprinkle of harmony, and a spoonful of melody… these are just some of the things it takes to create music! Join the Dallas Symphony to learn about the basic ingredients composers use to make beautiful, compelling music.

Youth Concert — The Recipe for Music

Thursday, February 15

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

A dash of rhythm, a sprinkle of harmony, and a spoonful of melody… these are just some of the things it takes to create music! Join the Dallas Symphony to learn about the basic ingredients composers use to make beautiful, compelling music.

Uptown Nights: It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing

Friday, February 16

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Inspired by Harlem’s famed musical hot spots like The Cotton Club and The Savoy, this swingin’ night of musical sensations focuses on Harlem’s heyday when Duke Ellington’s orchestra was the house band, and Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald and Ethel Waters showcased the classics of the Great American Songbook.

Uptown Nights: It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing

Saturday, February 17

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Inspired by Harlem’s famed musical hot spots like The Cotton Club and The Savoy, this swingin’ night of musical sensations focuses on Harlem’s heyday when Duke Ellington’s orchestra was the house band, and Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald and Ethel Waters showcased the classics of the Great American Songbook.

Uptown Nights: It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing

Sunday, February 18

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Inspired by Harlem’s famed musical hot spots like The Cotton Club and The Savoy, this swingin’ night of musical sensations focuses on Harlem’s heyday when Duke Ellington’s orchestra was the house band, and Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald and Ethel Waters showcased the classics of the Great American Songbook.

Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony

Thursday, February 22

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Showing off the power and majesty of “the king of instruments,” Bradley Hunter Welch is at the Lay Family Concert Organ when the DSO, led by Fabio Luisi, performs Saint-Saëns’s grand Romantic “Organ Symphony.” The composer told the commissioning body that it “will be terrifying, I warn you.” But do not be afraid; you’ll be safely guided to the blazing C Major chord that sets the last movement in motion.

Tickets starting at $51

7:30pm

Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony

Friday, February 23

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Showing off the power and majesty of “the king of instruments,” Bradley Hunter Welch is at the Lay Family Concert Organ when the DSO, led by Fabio Luisi, performs Saint-Saëns’s grand Romantic “Organ Symphony.” The composer told the commissioning body that it “will be terrifying, I warn you.” But do not be afraid; you’ll be safely guided to the blazing C Major chord that sets the last movement in motion.

Tickets starting at $53

7:30pm

Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony

Saturday, February 24

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Showing off the power and majesty of “the king of instruments,” Bradley Hunter Welch is at the Lay Family Concert Organ when the DSO, led by Fabio Luisi, performs Saint-Saëns’s grand Romantic “Organ Symphony.” The composer told the commissioning body that it “will be terrifying, I warn you.” But do not be afraid; you’ll be safely guided to the blazing C Major chord that sets the last movement in motion.

Tickets starting at $67

7:30pm

Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony

Sunday, February 25

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Showing off the power and majesty of “the king of instruments,” Bradley Hunter Welch is at the Lay Family Concert Organ when the DSO, led by Fabio Luisi, performs Saint-Saëns’s grand Romantic “Organ Symphony.” The composer told the commissioning body that it “will be terrifying, I warn you.” But do not be afraid; you’ll be safely guided to the blazing C Major chord that sets the last movement in motion.

Tickets starting at $54

3:00pm