Concert for First Responders & Essential Employees
March 24, 2021
The Dallas Symphony presents a free concert series for First Responders, Essential Employees and their families.
Join us for a Latin-inspired evening at the Meyerson featuring the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jeff Tyzik, Principal Pops Conductor, Dot and Paul Mason Podium. This fun, light, upbeat program will transport you to another place and time and will have you dancing in your seats to the best in Latin rhythms.
Jeff Tyzik conductor
VILLOLDO El Choclo
MELO Desde al alma
PIAZZOLLA La muerte del Ã¡ngel
GADE Celos (“Jealousy”)
ALBERTO BACHMANN-ARNEL Recuerdo de alzaga
BIZET Carmen Suite #1
RODRIGUEZ La cumparsita
DE FALLA Ritual of Fire Dance
TYZIK Three Latin Dances
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IMPORTANT UPDATE (March 2, 2021): It is the DSOâ€™s duty to ensure the safety and health of our employees and patrons when we hold concerts, and we will continue to follow our current protocols backstage and in the front of house with patrons. Masks will be mandatory for staff, patrons, musicians and anyone working in the Meyerson. It has been clearly demonstrated that masks and social distancing slow the spread of COVID-19, and at this time, the CDC is recommending mask wearing in public places. Despite Texas Governor Abbottâ€™s elimination of mask requirements and attendance limits in venues as of March 10, the DSO will require masks in the Meyerson Symphony Center, and we will limit attendance for the remainder of this season.