The Way of the Rain - Hope for Earth

The Way of the Rain – Hope for Earth

The DSO and EarthX Film are excited to present the U.S. premiere of The Way of the Rain – Hope for Earth, a multidisciplinary environmental performance created for orchestra, chorus, film, art, and spoken word.

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Madeleine Peyroux

Madeleine Peyroux

Madeleine Peyroux’s extraordinary journey is one of music industry’s most compelling. Eight albums and 22 years since her debut Dreamland, Peyroux continues to challenge the confines of jazz, venturing into the fertile fields of contemporary music with unfading curiosity.

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Veronica Swift

An Evening with Veronica Swift

With a repertoire running the gamut from swing to bebop to the Great American Songbook, Veronica Swift is a young but fully fledged star on the international jazz scene. Boasting a clear and lilting tone and radiant stage presence, she is also a master of rigorous vocal techniques like vocalese and scat. In the Wall Street Journal’s words: “[Swift] might be the best scat singer since Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’Day, Sarah Vaughan and Mel Tormé.”

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Lucia Micarelli

An Evening with Lucia Micarelli

Annie Talarico in the critically acclaimed HBO Series Treme, Lucia Micarelli will bring the house down this summer in her performance at the Meyerson flipping from the likes of bluegrass to Led Zeppelin to Ravel to Tom Waits without batting an eye.   “My brain doesn’t separate genres of music,” she said.

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Stevie Wonder Sing Along

Sing Along: Songs of Stevie Wonder

Be ready to belt out your favorite Stevie Wonder hits like “You Are the Sunshine of My Life,” “Isn’t She Lovely” and “My Cherie Amour” in this joyous sing-along concert. Composer and producer Ray Chew, Music Director of Dancing with the Stars, I Can See Your Voice and other hit programs, leads this jubilant celebration of an iconic music superstar.

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BLKBOK

BLKBOK Mixtapes X Counterpoint Tour

Meet the uniquely gifted BLKBOK, a neo-classical piano prodigy from Detroit who uses his dexterous arrangements and melodic scores to audibly illustrate experience, that of his own, and of his community’s across pivotal moments in American history.

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Romeros Quartet

The Romeros Guitar Quartet

Known to millions as “The Royal Family of the Guitar,” the Romeros (Celin, Pepe, Lito & Celino) in one form or another have been performing, dazzling audiences and winning rave reviews for more than 60 years. If you love classical guitar, chances are you have the prolific and peripatetic Romeros to thank for its popularity. So many guitar virtuosi in one family is unique in the world of musical performance.

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Yanga Tambuco

Yanga

Yanga is inspired by the story of Gaspar Yanga, an African prince who was shipped to Mexico as a slave in 1570, but managed to escape. He subsequently led a band of escaped slaves to raid the authorities’ caravans and eventually helped found the first free town from slavery in North America. He thus qualifies as a historic freedom fighter, which dovetails right into the all-embracing message to mankind in Beethoven’s choral finale.

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Project Unity: Together We Sing

An incredible night of inspiration, Together We Sing,  a musical presentation blending gospel, classical, and inspiration, will feature a musical tribute to Grammy Award Winning Artist Richard Smallwood with National Gospel Recording Artists featuring special guest Tamela Mann, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and a 200 voice multi-ethnic, multi-faith choir.

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