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Elgar Cello Concerto

Thursday, January 4

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

A concert of differing moods from composers writing nearly a century apart. Elgar’s introspective Concerto reflects with intensity his despair about the world after the Great War that destroyed millions of lives. You’ll hear echoes of Bach, a sublime Adagio, and a finale conveying profound emotions. Beethoven, feeling nearly rambunctious in his sun infused Fourth Symphony, sends you home on an uplifting note.

Elgar Cello Concerto

Friday, January 5

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

A concert of differing moods from composers writing nearly a century apart. Elgar’s introspective Concerto reflects with intensity his despair about the world after the Great War that destroyed millions of lives. You’ll hear echoes of Bach, a sublime Adagio, and a finale conveying profound emotions. Beethoven, feeling nearly rambunctious in his sun infused Fourth Symphony, sends you home on an uplifting note.

Elgar Cello Concerto

Saturday, January 6

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

A concert of differing moods from composers writing nearly a century apart. Elgar’s introspective Concerto reflects with intensity his despair about the world after the Great War that destroyed millions of lives. You’ll hear echoes of Bach, a sublime Adagio, and a finale conveying profound emotions. Beethoven, feeling nearly rambunctious in his sun infused Fourth Symphony, sends you home on an uplifting note.

Elgar Cello Concerto

Sunday, January 7

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

A concert of differing moods from composers writing nearly a century apart. Elgar’s introspective Concerto reflects with intensity his despair about the world after the Great War that destroyed millions of lives. You’ll hear echoes of Bach, a sublime Adagio, and a finale conveying profound emotions. Beethoven, feeling nearly rambunctious in his sun infused Fourth Symphony, sends you home on an uplifting note.

Prokofiev Symphony No. 5

Thursday, January 11

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Prokofiev’s most popular Symphony, composed before the end of World War II, found the composer — hounded by Stalin’s Central Committee of the Communist Party — watching his back. Fiery harmonies reveal 20th century sensibilities, where big climaxes alternate with haunting melodies, brass and percussion explosions with exquisite lyricism, tragedy with triumph, sweeping you towards the gripping conclusion. DSO Principal Flute David Buck solos in Nielsen’s Concerto, showcasing not just the flute, but also in dialogue with “fellow instruments.”

Prokofiev Symphony No. 5

Friday, January 12

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Prokofiev’s most popular Symphony, composed before the end of World War II, found the composer — hounded by Stalin’s Central Committee of the Communist Party — watching his back. Fiery harmonies reveal 20th century sensibilities, where big climaxes alternate with haunting melodies, brass and percussion explosions with exquisite lyricism, tragedy with triumph, sweeping you towards the gripping conclusion. DSO Principal Flute David Buck solos in Nielsen’s Concerto, showcasing not just the flute, but also in dialogue with “fellow instruments.”

Mozart and Beethoven

Thursday, January 18

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

This concert features two iconic composers and their masterful works that showcase how they subverted the styles of the time and pushed the genre forward. Mozart’s Overture to The Magic Flute is the delightful prelude to his lyrical and joyous Piano Concerto No. 21. Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, one of the most famous and popular symphonies in the history of classical music, brings the concert to a dynamic close.

Mozart and Beethoven

Friday, January 19

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

This concert features two iconic composers and their masterful works that showcase how they subverted the styles of the time and pushed the genre forward. Mozart’s Overture to The Magic Flute is the delightful prelude to his lyrical and joyous Piano Concerto No. 21. Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, one of the most famous and popular symphonies in the history of classical music, brings the concert to a dynamic close.

Mozart and Beethoven

Saturday, January 20

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

This concert features two iconic composers and their masterful works that showcase how they subverted the styles of the time and pushed the genre forward. Mozart’s Overture to The Magic Flute is the delightful prelude to his lyrical and joyous Piano Concerto No. 21. Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, one of the most famous and popular symphonies in the history of classical music, brings the concert to a dynamic close.

Rajaton Sings Queen

Friday, January 26

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Revisit your favorite Queen songs with Finnish sensation, Rajaton. The six-person singing group, accompanied by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, will sing Queen’s greatest hits including “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “I Want It All,” “Somebody to Love,” “We Are The Champions” and many more.

Rajaton Sings Queen

Saturday, January 27

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Revisit your favorite Queen songs with Finnish sensation, Rajaton. The six-person singing group, accompanied by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, will sing Queen’s greatest hits including “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “I Want It All,” “Somebody to Love,” “We Are The Champions” and many more.

Rajaton Sings Queen

Sunday, January 28

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Revisit your favorite Queen songs with Finnish sensation, Rajaton. The six-person singing group, accompanied by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, will sing Queen’s greatest hits including “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “I Want It All,” “Somebody to Love,” “We Are The Champions” and many more.