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The Book with Seven Seals

Friday, March 1

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Fabio Luisi leads the late-Romantic composer’s magnum opus, a towering oratorio that tackles no less a subject than the Bible’s Book of Revelation — the Apocalypse — a prophetic vision of the final violent destruction of the world. The DSO, soloists, massive chorus, and organ solos on the Lay Family Concert Organ depict the breaking of the seals, the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, the seven trumpets summoning souls to the Last Judgment, and, finally, the message of salvation and an ecstatic “Hallelujah.” Monumental, riveting, unforgettable! With English supertitles.

Tickets starting at $45

7:30pm

The Book with Seven Seals

Saturday, March 2

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Fabio Luisi leads the late-Romantic composer’s magnum opus, a towering oratorio that tackles no less a subject than the Bible’s Book of Revelation — the Apocalypse — a prophetic vision of the final violent destruction of the world. The DSO, soloists, massive chorus, and organ solos on the Lay Family Concert Organ depict the breaking of the seals, the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, the seven trumpets summoning souls to the Last Judgment, and, finally, the message of salvation and an ecstatic “Hallelujah.” Monumental, riveting, unforgettable! With English supertitles.

Tickets starting at $47

7:30pm

The Book with Seven Seals

Sunday, March 3

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Fabio Luisi leads the late-Romantic composer’s magnum opus, a towering oratorio that tackles no less a subject than the Bible’s Book of Revelation — the Apocalypse — a prophetic vision of the final violent destruction of the world. The DSO, soloists, massive chorus, and organ solos on the Lay Family Concert Organ depict the breaking of the seals, the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, the seven trumpets summoning souls to the Last Judgment, and, finally, the message of salvation and an ecstatic “Hallelujah.” Monumental, riveting, unforgettable! With English supertitles.

Tickets starting at $46

3:00pm

Chopin and Shostakovich

Thursday, March 7

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

After Stalin died, Shostakovich, having suffered under the repressive Soviet regime, unleashed his fury
against the dictator in his Tenth Symphony — a titanic struggle pounded out in a code of savage pitches equivalent to his initials D-S-C-H (in German musical notation) — crushing the tyrant in the triumphant finale. Raising the curtain is Chopin’s rhapsodic Concerto No. 1, full of poetry and passion.

Tickets starting at $46

7:30pm

Chopin and Shostakovich

Friday, March 8

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

After Stalin died, Shostakovich, having suffered under the repressive Soviet regime, unleashed his fury
against the dictator in his Tenth Symphony — a titanic struggle pounded out in a code of savage pitches equivalent to his initials D-S-C-H (in German musical notation) — crushing the tyrant in the triumphant finale. Raising the curtain is Chopin’s rhapsodic Concerto No. 1, full of poetry and passion.

Tickets starting at $52

7:30pm

An Evening With Sphinx Virtuosi

Saturday, March 9

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The Sphinx Virtuosi is a dynamic and inspiring professional self-conducted chamber orchestra and serves as the flagship performing entity of the Sphinx Organization — the leading social justice non-profit dedicated to transforming lives through the power of diversity in the arts.

7:30pm

Chopin and Shostakovich

Sunday, March 10

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

After Stalin died, Shostakovich, having suffered under the repressive Soviet regime, unleashed his fury
against the dictator in his Tenth Symphony — a titanic struggle pounded out in a code of savage pitches equivalent to his initials D-S-C-H (in German musical notation) — crushing the tyrant in the triumphant finale. Raising the curtain is Chopin’s rhapsodic Concerto No. 1, full of poetry and passion.

Tickets starting at $54

3:00pm

A Night at the Movies- Music of John Williams

Friday, March 15

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Don’t miss A Night at the Movies- Music of John Williams! Sarah Hicks conducts this orchestral tribute to John Williams with pieces from classic movies like Superman, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones Harry Potter, The Patriot, Jaws, E.T., Star Wars, and more!

Tickets starting at $64

7:30pm

A Night at the Movies- Music of John Williams

Saturday, March 16

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Don’t miss A Night at the Movies- Music of John Williams! Sarah Hicks conducts this orchestral tribute to John Williams with pieces from classic movies like Superman, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones Harry Potter, The Patriot, Jaws, E.T., Star Wars, and more!

Tickets starting at $71

7:30pm

A Night at the Movies- Music of John Williams

Sunday, March 17

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Don’t miss A Night at the Movies- Music of John Williams! Sarah Hicks conducts this orchestral tribute to John Williams with pieces from classic movies like Superman, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones Harry Potter, The Patriot, Jaws, E.T., Star Wars, and more!

Tickets starting at $64

3:00pm

Daniil Trifonov Piano Recital

Monday, March 18

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

With “colorful, dazzling and imaginative playing,” virtuoso Daniil Trifonov ranks as “one of the most awesome pianists of our time” (The New York Times). His DSO recital offers works by Rameau, Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Beethoven. Do not miss this unique opportunity to see one of the most important pianists working today in a rare Dallas recital.

Tickets starting at $36

7:30pm

Amos Lee in Concert with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Friday, March 22

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

One of the shining stars of modern folk, Amos Lee creates the rare kind of music that’s emotionally raw yet touched with a certain magical quality. On his eighth album Dreamland, the Philadelphia-born singer/ songwriter intimately documents his real-world struggles (alienation, anxiety, loneliness, despair), an outpouring born from deliberate and often painful self-examination. In his much anticipated first collaboration with the Dallas Symphony, the singer/songwriter brings his beautifully intimate songs to the Meyerson stage.

Tickets starting at $67

7:30pm

Non-DSO Event

The Pines of Rome

Tuesday, March 26

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Two pieces — Oscar Navarro’s Legacy Concerto and Otto Respighi’s immortal The Pines of Rome — speak to the passage of time and the power of place in the human experience. This program is a sublime musical journey that embraces memories of the past, living in the moment, and imagining the future.

7:30pm

Mahler Symphony No. 5

Thursday, March 28

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

For intense emotions and radiant beauty, nothing can surpass Mahler’s Fifth. A movement marked “tempestuously. With great vehemence” stands alongside the achingly beautiful Adagietto — a gift to his beloved wife Alma — scored for strings and harp alone, a kind of “resting place” before the grand drama of the finale. The legendary conductor Herbert von Karajan called the Symphony “a transformative experience.” Coupled with the world premiere of Anna Clyne’s visceral and arresting Piano Concerto, this concert will have the emotional depth and range of the DSO on full display.

Tickets starting at $46

7:30pm

Mahler Symphony No. 5

Friday, March 29

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

For intense emotions and radiant beauty, nothing can surpass Mahler’s Fifth. A movement marked “tempestuously. With great vehemence” stands alongside the achingly beautiful Adagietto — a gift to his beloved wife Alma — scored for strings and harp alone, a kind of “resting place” before the grand drama of the finale. The legendary conductor Herbert von Karajan called the Symphony “a transformative experience.” Coupled with the world premiere of Anna Clyne’s visceral and arresting Piano Concerto, this concert will have the emotional depth and range of the DSO on full display.

Tickets starting at $50

7:30pm

Mahler Symphony No. 5

Saturday, March 30

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

For intense emotions and radiant beauty, nothing can surpass Mahler’s Fifth. A movement marked “tempestuously. With great vehemence” stands alongside the achingly beautiful Adagietto — a gift to his beloved wife Alma — scored for strings and harp alone, a kind of “resting place” before the grand drama of the finale. The legendary conductor Herbert von Karajan called the Symphony “a transformative experience.” Coupled with the world premiere of Anna Clyne’s visceral and arresting Piano Concerto, this concert will have the emotional depth and range of the DSO on full display.

Tickets starting at $62

7:30pm