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Classical

FABIO LUISI conducts
ANTHONY MCGILL clarinet
CARL TANNER tenor
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS

WILLIAM SCHUMAN American Festival Overture
COPLAND Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra
LISZT A Faust Symphony


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PETER OUNDJIAN conducts
ERIC OWENS narrator
JANICE CHANDLER-ETEME soprano
BRADLEY HUNTER WELCH organ

BARBER Toccata Festiva for Organ and Orchestra
ADOLPHUS HAILSTORK JFK: The Last Speech
RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 3


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FABIO LUISI conducts
RUDOLF BUCHBINDER piano

JESSIE MONTGOMERY Snapshots
ANTHEIL A Jazz Symphony (1925)
DAVID CHESKY American Bluegrass
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 2


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MARK WIGGLESWORTH conducts
MAXIM VENGEROV violin

BRAHMS Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
SIBELIUS Symphony No. 1


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KIRILL KARABITS conducts
INBAL SEGEV cello

STRAUSS Don Juan
VICTORIA VITA POLEVÁ Concerto for Cello and Orchestra
ANNA KORSUN Terricone
STRAUSS Suite from Der Rosenkavalier


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YUTAKA SADO conducts
ALESSANDRO TAVERNA piano

YASUSHI AKUTAGAWA Triptyque
BRITTEN Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 6, “Pathétique”


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GUSTAVO GIMENO conducts
ALEXANDER KERR violin

TCHAIKOVSKY Selections from The Nutcracker
MOZART Concerto No. 5 for Violin
and Orchestra, “Turkish”
STRAVINSKY Suite from The Firebird (1945 Revision)


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MARIE JACQUOT conducts
MAXIMILIAN HORNUNG cello

SCHMIDT Intermezzo from Notre Dame
ELGAR Concerto for Cello and Orchestra
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 4


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DMITRY MATVIENKO conducts
DAVID BUCK flute

LYADOV The Enchanted Lake
NIELSEN Concerto for Flute and Orchestra
PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 5


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TABITA BERGLUND conducts
ALESSIO BAX piano

MOZART Overture to The Magic Flute
MOZART Concerto No. 21 for Piano and Orchestra
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7


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DONALD RUNNICLES conducts
ALEXI KENNEY violin

SIBELIUS En saga (A Legend)
SIBELIUS Violin Concerto
SIBELIUS Symphony No. 5


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FABIO LUISI conducts
KAREN GOMYO violin
TINE THING HELSETH trumpet
BRADLEY HUNTER WELCH organ

MAHLER Blumine movement from Symphony No. 1
XI WANG Year 2020 Concerto for Trumpet, Violin and Orchestra
SAINT-SAËNS Symphony No. 3, Organ


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FABIO LUISI conducts
PAUL APPLEBY tenor (St. John the Divine)
FRANZ-JOSEF SELIG bass (The Voice of the Lord)
MEGHAN KASANDERS soprano
KELLEY O’CONNOR mezzo-soprano
MATTHEW PEARCE tenor
HADLEIGH ADAMS bass
BRADLEY HUNTER WELCH organ
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS

SCHMIDT Das Buch mit Sieben Siegeln (The Book with Seven Seals)


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KRZYSZTOF URBAŃSKI conducts
JAN LISIECKI piano

CHOPIN Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 10


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FABIO LUISI conducts
JEREMY DENK piano

ANNA CLYNE Piano Concerto
MAHLER Symphony No. 5


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FABIO LUISI conducts
GOLDA SCHULTZ soprano
MATTHIAS GOERNE baritone
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS

BRAHMS Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem)


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SIMONE YOUNG conducts
NATHAN OLSON violin

ARVO PÄRT Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten
BRITTEN Concerto No. 1 for Violin and Orchestra
STRAUSS Also Sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spoke
Zarathustra)


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FABIO LUISI conducts
MARK DELAVAN wotan (bass-baritone)
ŠTEFAN MARGITA loge (tenor)
DENIZ UZUN fricka (mezzo-soprano)
ELLIE DEHN freia (soprano)
JAMEZ MCCORKLE froh (tenor)
KYLE ALBERTSON donner (baritone)
TAMARA MUMFORD erda (contralto)
TÓMAS TÓMASSON alberich (baritone)
MICHAEL LAURENZ mime (tenor)
LIANG LI fasolt (bass)
ANDREW HARRIS fafner (bass)
VALENTINA FARCAS woglinde (soprano)
ANNIE ROSEN wellgunde (mezzo-soprano)
RENÉE TATUM flosshilde (mezzo-soprano)
ALBERTO TRIOLA stage director


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FABIO LUISI conducts
SARA JAKUBIAK Sieglinde (soprano)
CHRISTOPHER VENTRIS Siegmund (tenor)
STEPHEN MILLING Hunding (bass)
MARK DELAVAN Wotan (bass-baritone)
DENIZ UZUN Fricka (mezzo-soprano)
LISE LINDSTROM Brünnhilde (soprano)
MARCY STONIKAS Gerhilde (soprano)
MIRIAM CLARK Ortlinde (soprano)
DENIZ UZUN Waltraute (mezzo-soprano)
JENNIFER JOHNSON CANO Schwertleite (mezzo-soprano)
KIM-LILLIAN STREBEL Helmwige (soprano)
SUN-LY PIERCE Siegrune (mezzo-soprano)
RENÉE TATUM Grimgerde (mezzo-soprano)
MELODY WILSON Rossweisse (mezzo-soprano)
ALBERTO TRIOLA stage director


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DANIELE RUSTIONI conducts
BEHZOD ABDURAIMOV piano

RACHMANINOFF Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
CASELLA Symphony No. 2


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VASILY PETRENKO conducts
DENIS KOZHUKHIN piano
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHILDREN’S CHORUS
ELLIE LIN artistic director of DSCC

ANDREA BASEVI New Work
PROKOFIEV Concerto No. 2 for Piano and Orchestra
WALTON Symphony No. 1


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Pops

Imagine time-traveling through the dark cabarets and speakeasies of New York, Paris, Berlin, London and Atlantic City, reliving the 1920s in all its decadence — prohibition, gangsters, ingénues and intrigue. Prohibition takes you on a journey through the era, from Rudy Vallée to Josephine Baker, from Kurt Weill to King Oliver, featuring the top hits of the decade authentically arranged for orchestra by GRAMMY® Award-winner Jeff Tyzik, accompanied by vintage imagery and video from the period.


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FABIO LUISI conducts
KAREN SLACK soprano
ISSACHAH SAVAGE tenor

GERSHWIN Overture to Girl Crazy
VARIOUS Great American Songbook Selections
STYNE Overture to Gypsy
DAWSON Negro Folk Symphony, Movement II
JOHNSON Drums — A Symphonic Poem


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Relive the magic of your favorite wizard in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert. The thrilling tale is accompanied by the music of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra as Harry soars across the big screen. From the moment Harry uses the Marauder’s Map to when the Patronus Charm bursts from his wand, you’ll be transported back into the world you love.


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LAWRENCE LOH conducts
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHILDREN’S CHORUS
ELLIE LIN artistic director of DSCC
BRADLEY HUNTER WELCH organ


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Revisit your favorite Queen songs with Finnish sensation, Rajaton. The six-person singing group, accompanied by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, will sing Queen’s greatest hits including “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “I Want It All,” “Somebody to Love,” “We Are The Champions” and many more.


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Inspired by Harlem’s famed musical hot spots like The Cotton Club and The Savoy, this swingin’ night of musical sensations focuses on Harlem’s heyday when Duke Ellington’s orchestra was the house band, and Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald and Ethel Waters showcased the classics of the Great American Songbook.


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SARAH HICKS conducts
DANNY ELFMAN special guest
SANDY CAMERON violin
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS

Featuring Music from Beetlejuice, Batman, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Alice In Wonderland, Frankenweenie, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure and more…


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Fusing together elements of cirque acrobatics, classical dance and contemporary theater, Troupe Vertigo brings audiences on a spellbinding journey through the world of artistic movement. Experience the grandeur and prestige of Troupe Vertigo, whose “dizzying acts defy gravity and leave its lucky audiences in awe” (Los Angeles Times) return to the Meyerson for encore performances with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.


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Join the DSO for a honky-tonking, heart-aching celebration of everything America loves about country music past and present. Featuring the classic country hits you know and love from legendary stars Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash to the biggest stars of today like Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, The Chicks and Kacey Musgraves.


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Holiday

LAWRENCE LOH conducts
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHORUS
DALLAS SYMPHONY CHILDREN’S CHORUS
ELLIE LIN artistic director of DSCC
BRADLEY HUNTER WELCH organ


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A special one-hour long family-friendly performance of our popular Christmas Pops concert featuring the Dallas Symphony Children’s Chorus. Come early and enjoy a variety of pre-concert activities for the kids!


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Representing the gold standard in a cappella singing on the world’s greatest stages, The King’s Singers are known for their sheer musicality, impressive versatility and ability to entertain. Drawing on the group’s rich heritage, their holiday programs cover everything from contemporary choral gems and folk songs to well-loved carols. Join us for an evening like no other this holiday season.


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This holiday season… Believe! The DSO will bring the Academy Award®-nominated holiday classic, The Polar Express™ in Concert, to the Meyerson for the first time. Experience the musical magic of Christmas Eve through Alan Silvestri’s unforgettable score, be immersed as The Polar Express adventures up and down mountains, slip-slides over ice fields, and teeters across mile-high bridges, while the DSO performs live with the film. You’ll see wonders. And you’ll believe. All aboooooard!


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Before the ball drops, kick off your New Year’s celebrations with a spectacular evening of music with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Join us as we say goodbye to 2023 and welcome the New Year in style.


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Specials

Experience the multi-Academy Award®-winning 1984 motion picture, Amadeus, on the big screen while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Winner of eight Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Milos Forman’s sumptuous Amadeus is an aural and visual treat for all the senses.


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GRAMMY® Award-winning artist, Lila Downs, one of the most influential artists in Latin America, joins the DSO for charismatic performances that showcase her unique voice. Her own compositions combine genres and rhythms as diverse as Mexican rancheras and corridos, boleros, jazz standards, hip-hop, cumbia and popular American music. Frequently, her lyrics focus on justice, immigration and issues unique to women.


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The Turtle Creek Chorale will join the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for a special one-night-only concert featuring music in a variety of styles and genres. This performance will present new works by composers including Alberto Cordero Garcia and Joseph Martin. Jake Runestad, Mark Sirett, The Goo-Goo Dolls, Sara Bareilles and other will be featured in contemporary choral, pop and Broadway works as well.


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Ben Folds joins the DSO for two nights! Widely regarded as one of the major music influencers of our generation, the Emmy-nominated artist has created an enormous body of genre-bending music that includes pop albums with Ben Folds Five, multiple solo albums and numerous collaborations. His last album was a blend of pop songs and his Concerto for Piano and Orchestra that soared to #1 on both the Billboard classical and classical crossover charts.


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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.


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There’s something eternal and powerful about the Vienna Boys Choir’s pure and pristine sound. The evening will feature a diverse and challenging array of vocal music spanning many centuries and the angelic voices of one of the most famous choirs in the world will entrance you. Don’t miss the beauty and precision of the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir as they take the stage of the Meyerson for one night only!


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The DSO is excited to welcome Béla Fleck, Zakir Hussain and Edgar Meyer with Rakesh Chaurasia to the stage. NPR stated they are “simply the best at what they do… They are world-class masters of the banjo, the bass fiddle and the tabla [who] conquered mere technical prowess long ago.” There’s a bit of the sorcerer in Fleck (banjo), Hussain (tabla), Meyer (double bass), and their special guest Chaurasia (bansuri-Indian flThe Turtle Creek Chorale will join the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for a special one-night-only concert featuring music in a variety of styles and genres. This performance will present new works by composers including Alberto Cordero Garcia and Joseph Martin. Jake Runestad, Mark Sirett, The Goo-Goo Dolls, Sara Bareilles and other will be featured in contemporary choral, pop and Broadway works as well.ute). These incredible musicians move from bluegrass to Western classical to Indian classical to jazz, transmuting genres into something uniquely their own — it is music that transcends description, ineffable, indefinable, and very beautiful.


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The Sphinx Virtuosi is a dynamic and inspiring professional self-conducted chamber orchestra and serves as the flagship performing entity of the Sphinx Organization — the leading social justice non-profit dedicated to transforming lives through the power of diversity in the arts.


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DANIIL TRIFONOV piano

RAMEAU Suite in A minor
MOZART Sonata No. 12
MENDELSSOHN Serious Variations
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 29, “Hammerklavier”


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ZIEGLER and ROSEN Ludmilla
JÖRGEN VAN RIJEN chamber orchestra director & trombone
EVA BUCHMANN stage director
MARC PANTUS baritone
MERLIJN RUNIA mezzo-soprano
JAN WILLEM BALJET baritone


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One of the shining stars of modern folk, Amos Lee creates the rare kind of music that’s emotionally raw yet touched with a certain magical quality. On his eighth album Dreamland, the Philadelphia-born singer/ songwriter intimately documents his real-world struggles (alienation, anxiety, loneliness, despair), an outpouring born from deliberate and often painful self-examination. In his much anticipated first collaboration with the Dallas Symphony, the singer/songwriter brings his beautifully intimate songs to the Meyerson stage.


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Organ

Join us for an impressive organ recital featuring Thomas Ospital, Titulaire of the grand organ at St. Eustache Church in Paris, who has quickly earned a place amongst the world’s finest concert organists.


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Join us for an impressive organ recital featuring Bradley Hunter Welch, DSO’s Resident Organist Lay Family Chair, hailed as “a world-class virtuoso” and “an expert at defining darks, lights, shadows and colors.”


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