Single Tickets Now Available for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra 2024/25 Concert Season


Cody Fry and Ben Rector with the DSO – September 6 & 7, 2024
Sutton Foster & Kelli O’Hara with the DSO – March 28-30, 2025

Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire ™ (August 29–September 1, 2024)
Twist and Shout: The Music of The Beatles (September 20–22, 2024)
DSO Gala & After-Party: Lang Lang in Concert (September 28, 2024)
Wagner’s Complete Ring Cycle (October 8-17, 2024)
Dallas Symphony Christmas Pops (December 6-15, 2024)
Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony with Luisi (February 6-9, 2025)
Mahler Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection” (May 30-June 2, 2025)

Tickets available at

Dallas, Texas (June 14, 2024) – The Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) today announced the availability of individual concert tickets for its 2024/25 Texas Instruments Classical Series, Pops Series Presented by Capital One and Dallas Symphony Presents. Tickets may be purchased at or by calling the Guest Services Center at 214.TIX.4DSO.

“The upcoming season offers a fantastic variety of programs,” said Katie McGuinness, Wildenthal Families Chief Artistic Officer of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. “From beloved classical favorites to popular films and holiday traditions, the season has something for everyone and provides so many ways to experience the magic and music at the Meyerson with the DSO.”


Cody Fry and Ben Rector – September 6 & 7, 2024

Following sold-out performances at The Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra, indie superstar Ben Rector and singer-songwriter-composer-producer Cody Fry will unite with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for a one-of-a-kind acoustic show that features the intimacy of guitar and piano as well as the versatility and strength of a full symphony orchestra.

One of the most successful independent artists of today, Rector’s evocative, piano-pop anthems have garnered more than one billion streams and sold-out amphitheaters worldwide. Rector has appeared on countless national broadcasts, including Jimmy Kimmel, Conan, The Today Show, and Good Morning America, and his music has been featured in over a hundred television shows, ads, and films including Pretty Little Liars and Castle. His single “Brand New,” released in 2016, is one of the most licensed songs for television and film in the last five years.

Similarly, Nashville-based singer/songwriter/composer/producer Cody Fry has had a multifaceted career, writing music for everything from national ad campaigns to video games, apps, fashion events and Vimeo-Staff-Picked short films, to scoring works for A-list corporate brands like Netflix and Google, and even a Super Bowl commercial for McDonald’s. In 2021, Fry’s song “I Hear a Symphony” went viral on TikTok, inspiring a new creative journey with orchestrations of new songs, new arrangements of old songs, and live videos featuring his signature widescreen approach to pop music. That same year, Fry’s cover of “Eleanor Rigby” was nominated for a GRAMMY® Award in the category of “Best Arrangement, Instruments & Vocals.”

Sutton Foster and Kelli O’Hara – March 28-30, 2025

Enjoy a night inspired by the 1962 CBS special “Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall”— a tribute to The Great White Way and beyond. Together with conductor Steven Reineke and DSO, Sutton and Kelli pay homage to icons of stage and screen Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett who teamed up for that memorable concert. You’ll hear favorites from their Tony Award-winning and nominated shows and, in between, lots of bubbly banter, laughter and stories you’ll love.


Texas Instruments Classical Series

Enjoy classical favorites and new voices as part of the Texas Instruments Classical Series. World-renowned soloists as well as the incredible talent of DSO players will be on display, and you will enjoy exciting performances of grand symphonic works.


Stravinsky’s Petrushka and Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 | September 12 & 14, 2024

Wagner’s Complete Ring Cycle | October 8-17, 2024

Beethoven Violin Concerto and Mozart’s “Jupiter” Symphony | November 22-24, 2024

Kris Bowers’s For a Younger Self and Dvořák’s “New World” Symphony | November 29-December 1, 2024

Hannah Eisendle’s Heliosis, Strauss’s Oboe Concerto featuring Erin Hannigan and Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique | January 23-26, 2025

A world premiere by Raven Chacon, Bruch’s Second Violin Concerto featuring Alexander Kerr and Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony | February 6-9, 2025

Beethoven’s Romance, Henriette Renie’s Concerto for Harp featuring Emily Levin, Keith Jarrett’s Elegy for Violin and Orchestra and Sibelius’s Third Symphony | April 3-6, 2025

Rimsky-Korsakov’s Rhapsody Espagnol, Andrew Norman’s New Trombone Concerto and Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring | April 10-12, 2025

Kyle Gann’s Serenity Meditation, Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1 featuring Leonidas Kavakos and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 | May 22-24, 2025

Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection” | May 30-June 2, 2025

Pops Series, Presented by Capital One, Films and Popular Music

Enjoy your favorite films screened with a live orchestral score and popular hits from across the decades.


Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire ™ | August 29 – September 1, 2024

Twist & Shout: The Music of the Beatles | September 20-22, 2024

Elf Film in Concert | December 20-22, 2024

Disco Fever | January 10-12, 2025

The Princess Bride © Film in Concert | April 25-27, 2025

Holiday Hits

The DSO brings holiday cheer to the Meyerson and beyond with beloved traditions and new voices to celebrate the season.

Dallas Symphony Christmas Pops | December 6-15, 2024

Kings Return with Joyce DiDonato | December 11, 2024

A Brassy Christmas at Stonebriar Church | December 16, 2024

New Years Eve | December 31, 2024

The full list of concerts is available at


About the Dallas Symphony Orchestra
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of Music Director Fabio Luisi, presents more than 150 orchestra concerts annually at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, one of the world’s top-rated concert halls. As the largest performing arts organization in the Southwest, the DSO is committed to inspiring the broadest possible audience with distinctive classical programs, inventive pops concerts and innovative multi-media presentations. As part of its commitment to the community, the orchestra reaches hundreds of thousands of adults and children annually through performances, educational programs and community outreach initiatives. The orchestra also offers more than 200 concerts in neighborhoods throughout Dallas each year, as well as music lessons to more than 1200 students as part of its Young Strings and Kim Noltemy Young Musicians programs. The DSO has a tradition dating back to 1900 and is a cornerstone of the unique, 118-acre Arts District in Downtown Dallas that is home to multiple performing arts venues, museums and parks – the largest district of its kind in the nation. The DSO is supported, in part, by funds from the Office of Arts & Culture, City of Dallas. Visit for more information.

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