Important Update: Due to the extreme weather, the DSO has not yet started rehearsing this week’s program. Therefore, we are very sorry to announce the cancellation of our Thursday performance of Beethoven's "Pastoral".

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    A Fireside Chat with Terence B

    5:30pm

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    DSO On the Go: TISD PAC

    7:30pm

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    DSO On the Go: GREENVILLE

    7:30pm

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Edo de Waart

Beethoven’s “Pastoral”

Thursday, February 2

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Having just celebrated his 80th birthday, Maestro Edo de Waart brings gravitas and expertise to the podium at the DSO. The concert features Argentenian pianist, Ingrid Fliter, known for her interpretations of Chopin, in Chopin’s virtuosic and colorful second concerto.

7:30pm

Cancelled

Edo de Waart

Beethoven’s “Pastoral”

Friday, February 3

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Having just celebrated his 80th birthday, Maestro Edo de Waart brings gravitas and expertise to the podium at the DSO. The concert features Argentenian pianist, Ingrid Fliter, known for her interpretations of Chopin, in Chopin’s virtuosic and colorful second concerto.

Tickets starting at $23

7:30pm
Edo de Waart

Beethoven’s “Pastoral”

Saturday, February 4

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Having just celebrated his 80th birthday, Maestro Edo de Waart brings gravitas and expertise to the podium at the DSO. The concert features Argentenian pianist, Ingrid Fliter, known for her interpretations of Chopin, in Chopin’s virtuosic and colorful second concerto.

Tickets starting at $25

7:30pm
Edo de Waart

Beethoven’s “Pastoral”

Sunday, February 5

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Having just celebrated his 80th birthday, Maestro Edo de Waart brings gravitas and expertise to the podium at the DSO. The concert features Argentenian pianist, Ingrid Fliter, known for her interpretations of Chopin, in Chopin’s virtuosic and colorful second concerto.

Tickets starting at $24

3:00pm

Fire Shut Up in My Bones

Wednesday, February 8

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow’s widely acclaimed memoir is the source for this extremely moving story of his traumatic youth in Louisiana. What an amazing collection of talent: composer Terence Blanchard, one of the most influential figures in American jazz; librettist Kasi Lemmons, director of such remarkable films as Harriet and Eve’s Bayou; and a top-flight cast including many of America’s most brilliant singing actors. Fire Shut Up in My Bones is an opera for today, revealing the black experience in this country as few other operas have done.

Tickets starting at $20

7:30pm

Terence Blanchard featuring E-Collective and Turtle Island String Quartet

Thursday, February 9

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Two-time Oscar® nominee, six-time Grammy®-winner and 2018 USA Fellow trumpeter/composer Terence Blanchard has been a consistent artistic force for making powerful musical statements concerning pivotal moments in American culture – past and present.

Tickets starting at $25

7:30pm

A Fireside Chat with Terence B

Thursday, February 9

Pass

5:30pm

DSO On the Go: TISD PAC

Friday, February 10

Pass

7:30pm

DSO On the Go: GREENVILLE

Saturday, February 11

Pass

7:30pm

A John Williams Celebration

Friday, February 17

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Join the DSO as we pay loving tribute to the legendary John Williams. Led by conductor Damon Gupton, the DSO performs selections from multi-Oscar winner John Williams’ iconic catalogue including Schindler’s List, Harry Potter, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Star Wars, Jaws, Jane Eyre, Born on the Fourth of July, and more.

Tickets starting at $40

7:30pm

A John Williams Celebration

Saturday, February 18

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Join the DSO as we pay loving tribute to the legendary John Williams. Led by conductor Damon Gupton, the DSO performs selections from multi-Oscar winner John Williams’ iconic catalogue including Schindler’s List, Harry Potter, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Star Wars, Jaws, Jane Eyre, Born on the Fourth of July, and more.

Tickets starting at $48

7:30pm

A John Williams Celebration

Sunday, February 19

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Join the DSO as we pay loving tribute to the legendary John Williams. Led by conductor Damon Gupton, the DSO performs selections from multi-Oscar winner John Williams’ iconic catalogue including Schindler’s List, Harry Potter, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Star Wars, Jaws, Jane Eyre, Born on the Fourth of July, and more.

Tickets starting at $47

3:00pm
The Big Blue Marble, Dallas Winds

Dallas Winds | The Big Blue Marble

Tuesday, February 21

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

A loving celebration of Planet Earth. This multisensory experience features surround sound, spectacular video, original animations and a return visit by audience favorite, the world-renowned Epoch Percussion Quartet.

7:30pm

Dallas Winds Concert

Alsop Conducts Scheherazade

Alsop Conducts Scheherazade

Thursday, February 23

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

To open the program, Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz shows off DSO’s timpanist with her work Antrópolis. Then “the queen of improvisation” (Associated Press) Gabriela Montero will perform her own “Latin” Piano Concerto, which honors the spirit of the spirit of Latin America.

Tickets starting at $20

7:30pm
Alsop Conducts Scheherazade

Alsop Conducts Scheherazade

Friday, February 24

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

To open the program, Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz shows off DSO’s timpanist with her work Antrópolis. Then “the queen of improvisation” (Associated Press) Gabriela Montero will perform her own “Latin” Piano Concerto, which honors the spirit of the spirit of Latin America.

Tickets starting at $20

7:30pm
Alsop Conducts Scheherazade

Alsop Conducts Scheherazade

Saturday, February 25

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

To open the program, Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz shows off DSO’s timpanist with her work Antrópolis. Then “the queen of improvisation” (Associated Press) Gabriela Montero will perform her own “Latin” Piano Concerto, which honors the spirit of the spirit of Latin America.

Tickets starting at $22

7:30pm