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    2023 Gala Concert & After-Part

Amadeus Live in Concert

Friday, September 1

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Experience the multi-Academy Award®-winning 1984 motion picture, Amadeus, on the big screen while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Winner of eight Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Milos Forman’s sumptuous Amadeus is an aural and visual treat for all the senses.

Amadeus Live in Concert

Saturday, September 2

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Experience the multi-Academy Award®-winning 1984 motion picture, Amadeus, on the big screen while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Winner of eight Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Milos Forman’s sumptuous Amadeus is an aural and visual treat for all the senses.

Amadeus Live in Concert

Sunday, September 3

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Experience the multi-Academy Award®-winning 1984 motion picture, Amadeus, on the big screen while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Winner of eight Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Milos Forman’s sumptuous Amadeus is an aural and visual treat for all the senses.

Prohibition: The Music of Moulin Rouge, Boardwalk Empire and More!

Friday, September 8

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Imagine time-traveling through the dark cabarets and speakeasies of New York, Paris, Berlin, London and Atlantic City, reliving the 1920s in all its decadence — prohibition, gangsters, ingénues and intrigue. Prohibition takes you on a journey through the era, from Rudy Vallée to Josephine Baker, from Kurt Weill to King Oliver, featuring the top hits of the decade authentically arranged for orchestra by GRAMMY® Award-winner Jeff Tyzik, accompanied by vintage imagery and video from the period.

Prohibition: The Music of Moulin Rouge, Boardwalk Empire and More!

Saturday, September 9

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Imagine time-traveling through the dark cabarets and speakeasies of New York, Paris, Berlin, London and Atlantic City, reliving the 1920s in all its decadence — prohibition, gangsters, ingénues and intrigue. Prohibition takes you on a journey through the era, from Rudy Vallée to Josephine Baker, from Kurt Weill to King Oliver, featuring the top hits of the decade authentically arranged for orchestra by GRAMMY® Award-winner Jeff Tyzik, accompanied by vintage imagery and video from the period.

Prohibition: The Music of Moulin Rouge, Boardwalk Empire and More!

Sunday, September 10

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Imagine time-traveling through the dark cabarets and speakeasies of New York, Paris, Berlin, London and Atlantic City, reliving the 1920s in all its decadence — prohibition, gangsters, ingénues and intrigue. Prohibition takes you on a journey through the era, from Rudy Vallée to Josephine Baker, from Kurt Weill to King Oliver, featuring the top hits of the decade authentically arranged for orchestra by GRAMMY® Award-winner Jeff Tyzik, accompanied by vintage imagery and video from the period.

Vocal Majority

Monday, September 11

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

In recent years, the Vocal Majority has dreamed of producing a 9/11 concert, dedicated to remembering this day in America’s history, and inspiring our audience with music that reminds us all of the greatness of our nation.

Lila Downs in Concert with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Friday, September 15

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

GRAMMY® Award-winning artist, Lila Downs, one of the most influential artists in Latin America, joins the DSO for charismatic performances that showcase her unique voice. Her own compositions combine genres and rhythms as diverse as Mexican rancheras and corridos, boleros, jazz standards, hip-hop, cumbia and popular American music.

Lila Downs in Concert with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Saturday, September 16

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

GRAMMY® Award-winning artist, Lila Downs, one of the most influential artists in Latin America, joins the DSO for charismatic performances that showcase her unique voice. Her own compositions combine genres and rhythms as diverse as Mexican rancheras and corridos, boleros, jazz standards, hip-hop, cumbia and popular American music.

Turtle Creek Chorale “Sing for Our Lives”

Tuesday, September 19

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

The Turtle Creek Chorale will join the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for a special one-night-only concert featuring music in a variety of styles and genres. This performance will present new works by composers including Alberto Cordero Garcia and Joseph Martin. Jake Runestad, Mark Sirett, The Goo-Goo Dolls, Sara Bareilles and other will be featured in contemporary choral, pop and Broadway works as well.

Great American Songbook Selections

Friday, September 22

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Music Director Fabio Luisi makes his first appearance on the Pops Series presented by Capital One. The evening opens with classic Gershwin, followed by selections from the Great American Songbook. These important and influential American popular songs and jazz standards began in the early 20th century and continue to be written to this day. Closing the program are pieces by Jule Styne, William L. Dawson, the great arranger of spirituals, and the foot tapping Drums by James P. Johnson.

Great American Songbook Selections

Saturday, September 23

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Music Director Fabio Luisi makes his first appearance on the Pops Series presented by Capital One. The evening opens with classic Gershwin, followed by selections from the Great American Songbook. These important and influential American popular songs and jazz standards began in the early 20th century and continue to be written to this day. Closing the program are pieces by Jule Styne, William L. Dawson, the great arranger of spirituals, and the foot tapping Drums by James P. Johnson.

Great American Songbook Selections

Sunday, September 24

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Music Director Fabio Luisi makes his first appearance on the Pops Series presented by Capital One. The evening opens with classic Gershwin, followed by selections from the Great American Songbook. These important and influential American popular songs and jazz standards began in the early 20th century and continue to be written to this day. Closing the program are pieces by Jule Styne, William L. Dawson, the great arranger of spirituals, and the foot tapping Drums by James P. Johnson.

Copland and Liszt

Thursday, September 28

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Copland’s Concerto swings in the hands of New York Philharmonic’s brilliant Principal Clarinet, Anthony McGill, while the DSO and DSO Chorus, led by Fabio Luisi, enthrall with a quintessential Romantic subject: the battle for the soul of Faust. You’ll recognize the protagonists by their music — heroic, lyrical, infernal — and be moved by the tenor solo and all-male “mystical chorus” exalting woman-eternal.

2023 Gala Concert & After-Part

Saturday, September 30

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center