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    DSO on the Go Chamber Series

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Welcome Back Maestro Litton

Thursday, February 3

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Former DSO Music Director Andrew Litton and pianist Stephen Hough, who recorded the entire series of the Rachmaninoff Piano Concertos with the DSO, reunite at the Meyerson this season.

7:30pm

Welcome Back Maestro Litton

Friday, February 4

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Former DSO Music Director Andrew Litton and pianist Stephen Hough, who recorded the entire series of the Rachmaninoff Piano Concertos with the DSO, reunite at the Meyerson this season.

7:30pm

Welcome Back Maestro Litton

Saturday, February 5

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Former DSO Music Director Andrew Litton and pianist Stephen Hough, who recorded the entire series of the Rachmaninoff Piano Concertos with the DSO, reunite at the Meyerson this season.

7:30pm

DSOOTG UNT

Sunday, February 6

Pass

4:00pm

DSO on the Go Chamber Series

Pinchas Zukerman & Amanda Forsyth

Wednesday, February 9

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Pinchas Zukerman and Amanda Forsyth perform an array of arrangements for cello, violin and orchestra.

7:30pm

Pinchas Zukerman & Amanda Forsyth

Thursday, February 10

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Pinchas Zukerman and Amanda Forsyth perform an array of arrangements for cello, violin and orchestra.

7:30pm

Dallas Winds | Epic John Williams

Tuesday, February 15

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The Dallas Winds perform favorites from John Williams.

7:30pm

Visiting Presenter

Tchaikovsky Pathétique

Thursday, February 17

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Premiered a mere four days before Tchaikovsky’s untimely death, his final symphony was named “Pathétique” for the passion, emotion and suffering expressed, suggesting Tchaikovsky’s struggle with society’s intolerance for homosexuality. Yet there are tender moments and brilliant musicality, including a singing waltz that is unmistakably Tchaikovsky!

7:30pm

Tchaikovsky Pathétique

Friday, February 18

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Premiered a mere four days before Tchaikovsky’s untimely death, his final symphony was named “Pathétique” for the passion, emotion and suffering expressed, suggesting Tchaikovsky’s struggle with society’s intolerance for homosexuality. Yet there are tender moments and brilliant musicality, including a singing waltz that is unmistakably Tchaikovsky!

7:30pm

Tchaikovsky Pathétique

Saturday, February 19

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Premiered a mere four days before Tchaikovsky’s untimely death, his final symphony was named “Pathétique” for the passion, emotion and suffering expressed, suggesting Tchaikovsky’s struggle with society’s intolerance for homosexuality. Yet there are tender moments and brilliant musicality, including a singing waltz that is unmistakably Tchaikovsky!

7:30pm

Bradley Hunter Welch | Gould Family Organ Recital Series

Sunday, February 20

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Bradley Hunter Welch performs organ selections on the Lay Family Organ.

3:00pm

Brahms Symphony No. 2

Wednesday, February 23

Pass

WRR is celebrating a century of service as the first licensed radio station in Texas. While the station’s origins are in public safety for the City of Dallas’ police and fire departments, it continues to serve the community today by providing free, equitable access to classical music and the arts for the residents of North Texas and beyond.

2:00pm

Brahms Symphony No. 2

Thursday, February 24

Pass

WRR is celebrating a century of service as the first licensed radio station in Texas. While the station’s origins are in public safety for the City of Dallas’ police and fire departments, it continues to serve the community today by providing free, equitable access to classical music and the arts for the residents of North Texas and beyond.

3:00pm 7:30pm
Oleta Adams

Oleta Adams | Jazz Series

Saturday, February 26

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Grammy-nominated vocalist Oleta Adams celebrates over 45 years in the music industry. An instantly recognizable singer of the soul and gospel canon, she is known for her warm tone and rich timbre. Throughout her career, she has released 9 albums, including secular, Gospel and Christmas albums, and was the featured vocalist behind Tears of Fears, Women in Chains which hit Top 40 of the U.K. and U.S. pop charts.

7:30pm

Chamber Music Concert

Monday, February 28

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

music. Including a rare, one-of-a-kind performance by our Music Director Fabio Luisi as he joins Concertmaster Alexander Kerr on the other side of the conductor’s podium for Lili Boulanger’s Two Pieces for Violin and Piano, No. 1 “Nocturne”, this concert can’t be missed.

7:30pm