Celebrate spooky season with these deliciously devious DSO offers! For 48 hours only, select concerts through December are 50% off. Tickets are limited and these haunting happenings won’t last long, so grab your tickets now or they’ll be gone before you can say “BOO!”

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Haydn, Ravel & Debussy

Two of Spain’s most beloved exports – distinguished conductor Juanjo Mena and soloist Javier Perianes – take the stage to celebrate Spanish and Latin contributions to classical music.

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Stanley Clarke Band | Jazz at Symphony Center

Internationally acclaimed American jazz bassist and five-time Grammy winner, Stanley Clarke will delight Dallas audience in a night of first-class jazz. Known for giving the bass guitar a prominence it lacked in jazz-related music, Clark is the first jazz-fusion bassist to headline tours, sell-out shows worldwide and have recordings reach gold status. A joint partnership with The Black Academy of Arts and Letters.

Tuesday, 10/25
Dia De Los Muertos

Día de los Muertos

Join us for a vibrant Day of the Dead concert, celebrating our lost loved ones with a colorful affirmation of life. The DSO’s annual tradition features traditional Latin American music and culture, dazzling guest artists, colorful festivities, decorated ofrendas and fun-filled events for the whole family.

Tuesday, 11/1
Perry, Schumann and Farrenc

Fabio Luisi & Pianist, Lise de la Salle

Leading into our Women in Classical Music Symposium, we invite you to explore the work of three female composers who dared to make a difference in the world of classical music. The lesser-known, but no less deserving, Julia Perry and the great Clara Schumann and Louise Farrenc were highly educated and internationally trained musicians.

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Verdi Requiem

Music Director Fabio Luisi has been eager to conduct Verdi’s Requiem since he began his tenure with the DSO. With its white-hot moments of bravado alternating with some of the most serene moments of Verdi’s music, his Requiem is a monumental work.

Sunday, 11/13
Bruckner Symphony No 4

Fabio Luisi & Violinist, Nicola Benedetti

Benedetti’s innate musicianship and spirited presence makes her one of the most sought-after violinists today, coupled with the pre-eminent Scottish composer of his generation, James MacMillan’s music combines rhythmic excitement, raw emotional power and spiritual meditation. The Guardian described MacMillan as, “…a composer so confident of his own musical language that he makes it instantly communicative to his listeners.”

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Pinchas Zukerman

Pinchas Zukerman Chamber Concert

Long-time DSO collaborator Pinchas Zukerman, DSO Artistic & Principal Education Partner, will curate and play-direct two intimate chamber music concerts featuring members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and faculty and students from the Meadows School of the Arts at SMU.

Tuesday, 11/22

Take 6: Spread Love at Christmas

Heralded by Quincy Jones as the “Baddest vocal cats on the planet!”, the Gospel Music Hall of Famers and most awarded a capella group of all time, Take 6, will be taking over the Meyerson stage to perform many of your all-time holiday favorites in a one-of-a-kind holiday celebration for the memory books!

Tuesday, 12/13