Student Card

Five students in a high school music class

The Dallas Symphony Student Card provides access to FREE concert tickets to elementary, middle school and high school students.

Ticket Availability

Throughout the season, the Dallas Symphony will publish which performances are available to Student Card holders.

Each student card entitles the student to two (2) FREE tickets to the concerts listed below, plus a 25% discount on any additional tickets for those concerts. Student Card holders access their free and discounted tickets by logging in to their online accounts. Once they are logged in, the discounts will be automatically available for included concerts.

To active your card, please complete this form following the instructions provided to you by the DSO.

Student Card Purchases

Students who didn’t receive a card through one of our education programs are eligible to purchase one for $25 via this link.

If you need assistance, please contact Guest Services by calling 214.TIX.4DSO or by completing the contact form.

Available Concert Dates

Joyce Yang

Bernstein’s West Side Story & Gershwin’s Piano Concerto

Bernstein’s most beloved score comes to life with the DSO. The timeless story of love in the face of racial intolerance, based on Romeo and Juliet, is as relevant today as it was when it debuted on Broadway in 1957.

Apr. 22 – 24
Kavakos, Kerr & Kufchak

Mozart & Prokofiev

At only 23 years old, Mozart composed his warm and witty Sinfonia Concertante, a clever combination of symphony and concerto, to display the exceptional skills of the string players in the Mannheim Orchestra.

Apr. 28 – May 1
Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2

Prokofiev Concerto No. 1

American composer and Pulitzer Prize winner Aaron Jay Kernis’s note in the score of Musica Celestis (Music of the Heavens) states that the ethereal work “is inspired by the medieval conception of that phrase, which refers to the singing of the angels in heaven in praise of God without end…”

May 19, 20, 22
The Yellowjackets

Yellowjackets | Jazz Series

Critically acclaimed jazz quartet Yellowjackets have been a creative force in the jazz world since 1981. Receiving 17 Grammy nominations with 2 wins across their 41-year history, their sound has been described as having a stronger edge, with driving rhythms and virtuoso playing that sets them apart from their peers and takes the listener across a journey of decades and styles.

May 23

Mussorgsky’s Pictures

Be the first to hear a new orchestral work by Jessie Montgomery, Leonard Bernstein Award-winning composer, violinist and educator.

May 27 + 29

Baumer String Quartet | Chamber Concert

The Cleveland Institute of Music. The members of the Quartet pursue parallel careers as international soloists, leaders and principal players of world-class orchestras, as members of eminent chamber groups, and as professors of music.

June 3
Presto, Mambo! The Music of Latin America

Presto, Mambo! The Music of Latin America | Family & My DSO Concert

A concert about the music of the Americas takes an unexpected turn when Max – an energetic but impulsive young boy – makes his way onto the stage to “help” the orchestra.

June 4

Kirk Whalum | Jazz Series

Soulful, passionate, stirring…these are the words most often used to describe Kirk Whalum’s music. Forged from his Memphis, (TN) gospel roots and his 1980‘s initiation into the thriving Houston, TX nightclub scene, Kirk’s big, rich tenor sound is unmistakably his.

June 20