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Friday, May 7

The Music of Sinatra

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

From jazz clubs to Carnegie Hall to headlining with major symphony orchestras, Tony DeSare performs in this critically-acclaimed tribute to the great Frank Sinatra with classic favorites Come Fly with Me, I’ve Got the World On a String, It Was A Very Good Year, One for My Baby, The Summer Wind, I Get A Kick Out of You, Night and Day, New York, New York, My Way.

7:30pm

Sold Out!

Saturday, May 8

The Music of Sinatra

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

From jazz clubs to Carnegie Hall to headlining with major symphony orchestras, Tony DeSare performs in this critically-acclaimed tribute to the great Frank Sinatra with classic favorites Come Fly with Me, I’ve Got the World On a String, It Was A Very Good Year, One for My Baby, The Summer Wind, I Get A Kick Out of You, Night and Day, New York, New York, My Way.

7:30pm

Sold Out!

Sunday, May 9

The Music of Sinatra

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

From jazz clubs to Carnegie Hall to headlining with major symphony orchestras, Tony DeSare performs in this critically-acclaimed tribute to the great Frank Sinatra with classic favorites Come Fly with Me, I’ve Got the World On a String, It Was A Very Good Year, One for My Baby, The Summer Wind, I Get A Kick Out of You, Night and Day, New York, New York, My Way.

2:30pm

Sold Out!

Thursday, May 13

Mozart & Sibelius

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Principal Oboe Erin Hannigan will showcase her “l-o-n-g and elegantly tapered lines with apparently limitless breath” (Dallas Morning News) in Mozart’s Oboe Concerto, at once delightfully breezy and, in the finale, downright ebullient.

7:30pm

Cancelled

Friday, May 14

Mozart & Sibelius

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Principal Oboe Erin Hannigan will showcase her “l-o-n-g and elegantly tapered lines with apparently limitless breath” (Dallas Morning News) in Mozart’s Oboe Concerto, at once delightfully breezy and, in the finale, downright ebullient.

7:30pm

Cancelled

Sunday, May 16

Mozart & Sibelius

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Principal Oboe Erin Hannigan will showcase her “l-o-n-g and elegantly tapered lines with apparently limitless breath” (Dallas Morning News) in Mozart’s Oboe Concerto, at once delightfully breezy and, in the finale, downright ebullient.

2:30pm

Cancelled

Thursday, May 20

Handel, Haydn & Mendelssohn

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

An All-German composer line-up featuring works with inventive nicknames, begins with Haydn’s penultimate symphony, No. 103, which demands full attention from the opening timpani drumroll and a sublime slow movement that elicited an immediate encore at its premiere in London.

7:30pm

Sold Out!

Friday, May 21

Handel, Haydn & Mendelssohn

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

An All-German composer line-up featuring works with inventive nicknames, begins with Haydn’s penultimate symphony, No. 103, which demands full attention from the opening timpani drumroll and a sublime slow movement that elicited an immediate encore at its premiere in London.

7:30pm

Sold Out!

Saturday, May 22

Handel, Haydn & Mendelssohn

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

An All-German composer line-up featuring works with inventive nicknames, begins with Haydn’s penultimate symphony, No. 103, which demands full attention from the opening timpani drumroll and a sublime slow movement that elicited an immediate encore at its premiere in London.

7:30pm

Sold Out!

Friday, May 28

The Firebird: Suite

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Vadim Gluzman, “a master of Prokofiev’s musical domain” (Chicago Tribune), will mesmerize and shine in Prokofiev’s expressive and ultimately tumultuous Second Violin Concerto, whose final flurry of notes from the violinist are marked “tumultuoso” and for good reason.

7:30pm

Sold Out!

Saturday, May 29

The Firebird: Suite

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Vadim Gluzman, “a master of Prokofiev’s musical domain” (Chicago Tribune), will mesmerize and shine in Prokofiev’s expressive and ultimately tumultuous Second Violin Concerto, whose final flurry of notes from the violinist are marked “tumultuoso” and for good reason.

7:30pm

Sold Out!

Sunday, May 30

The Firebird: Suite

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Vadim Gluzman, “a master of Prokofiev’s musical domain” (Chicago Tribune), will mesmerize and shine in Prokofiev’s expressive and ultimately tumultuous Second Violin Concerto, whose final flurry of notes from the violinist are marked “tumultuoso” and for good reason.

2:30pm

Sold Out!

Monday, May 31

Yefim Bronfman

NEXT STAGE Digital Pass

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For just $125, the NEXT STAGE Digital Pass unlocks to 20+ Virtual Concerts recorded live at the Meyerson including Verdi Selections with Fabio, Ragtime & Jazz and more! Digital concerts are available to stream until May 31, 2021. How to watch: Digital Pass holders will receive a link to all previously released digital concerts in their […]

7:30pm

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