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Circle T Ranch Music Festival: Kelli O’Hara Sings Broadway

Wednesday, September 1

Pass

Capital One presents a special performance with Tony® Award-winning vocalist, Kelli O’Hara, who, joined by Broadway’s go-to music director, conductor and arranger, Rob Fisher and the musicians of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, will perform beloved Broadway tunes and more on the opening night of the Circle T Ranch Music Festival.

Circle T Ranch Music Festival: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Thursday, September 2

Pass

Capital One presents Vivaldi’s Four Seasons in a special chamber concert on the second night of the Circle T Ranch Music Festival.

Coco – Live in Concert

Friday, September 3

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Bring toda la familia to the beloved Oscar®-winning film, Coco! The animated favorite is reimagined with the DSO performing Michael Giacchino’s beautiful score live with multiple classical guitarists on stage, while the film is projected on the big screen at the Meyerson.

Circle T Ranch Music Festival: Patriotic Celebration

Friday, September 3

Pass

Enjoy a weekend of music and family fun at the scenic Circle T Ranch! With food trucks, face painting and more, this is certain to be a new North Texas tradition.

Coco – Live in Concert

Saturday, September 4

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Bring toda la familia to the beloved Oscar®-winning film, Coco! The animated favorite is reimagined with the DSO performing Michael Giacchino’s beautiful score live with multiple classical guitarists on stage, while the film is projected on the big screen at the Meyerson.

Coco – Live in Concert

Sunday, September 5

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Bring toda la familia to the beloved Oscar®-winning film, Coco! The animated favorite is reimagined with the DSO performing Michael Giacchino’s beautiful score live with multiple classical guitarists on stage, while the film is projected on the big screen at the Meyerson.

September 11th Remembrance Concert

Saturday, September 11

General Admission

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The events of that day are forever etched in the minds of anyone old enough to remember the day. As a country, we lost so much and shed tears for so many and at the same time had the opportunity to witness firsthand the extraordinary acts of courage and selflessness of so many firefighters, paramedics, police offices, port authority officers and civilians.

Copland & Brahms

Thursday, September 16

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Inspired by the poems of Walt Whitman and the brass fanfares of Tchaikovsky, the American Frederick Converse composed his orchestral fantasy in 1904. Copland’s first major orchestral work, Organ Symphony, intertwines jazzy rhythms and bluesy melodies with flurries in the winds and whimsical brass outbursts.

Copland & Brahms

Friday, September 17

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Inspired by the poems of Walt Whitman and the brass fanfares of Tchaikovsky, the American Frederick Converse composed his orchestral fantasy in 1904. Copland’s first major orchestral work, Organ Symphony, intertwines jazzy rhythms and bluesy melodies with flurries in the winds and whimsical brass outbursts.

Copland & Brahms

Saturday, September 18

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Inspired by the poems of Walt Whitman and the brass fanfares of Tchaikovsky, the American Frederick Converse composed his orchestral fantasy in 1904. Copland’s first major orchestral work, Organ Symphony, intertwines jazzy rhythms and bluesy melodies with flurries in the winds and whimsical brass outbursts.

Carmen Menza: Negotiating Dialogues

Saturday, September 18

Pass

Negotiating Dialogues is a modern chamber work for clarinet, viola, cello, vibraphone and spoken poetry that employ an environment of both recorded and live players. Using software algorithms, projections are triggered by the music and appear around the audience creating a visually and auditory immersive environment.

Copland & Brahms

Sunday, September 19

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Inspired by the poems of Walt Whitman and the brass fanfares of Tchaikovsky, the American Frederick Converse composed his orchestral fantasy in 1904. Copland’s first major orchestral work, Organ Symphony, intertwines jazzy rhythms and bluesy melodies with flurries in the winds and whimsical brass outbursts.

Luisi Conducts Aus Italien

Thursday, September 23

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The stirring overture to Weber’s comic opera Oberon opens with solo horn calls and uses high winds to depict important characters, a practice that had a profound influence on Wagner.

2021 Gala RSVP

Saturday, September 25

Gala Table

DSO Gala guests mingling at a VIP reception on the east loge of the Meyerson

2021 Gala Concert: An Evening with Anne-Sophie Mutter

Saturday, September 25

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The DSO Gala is the kick-off event of the Dallas fall social season, and it is always a tremendous evening of incredible music, fine dining and connecting with friends and colleagues, all while providing vital support to the DSO’s education and community engagement programs.

Luisi Conducts Aus Italien

Sunday, September 26

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The stirring overture to Weber’s comic opera Oberon opens with solo horn calls and uses high winds to depict important characters, a practice that had a profound influence on Wagner.