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Sala: Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas

TX 75201
Estados Unidos
Google maps32° 47' 25.358" N 96° 47' 52.200" W
febrero 2020
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DallasTchaikovsky & Jongen

Jongen, Tchaikovsky
Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Kirill Karabits; Cameron Carpenter

DallasGemma New conducts Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances

Adams, Barber, Rachmaninov
Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Gemma New; Garrick Ohlsson

DallasMozart's Jupiter Symphony

Bernard Labadie; Benedetto Lupo

DallasPinchas Zukerman - all Dvořák program

Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Pinchas Zukerman; Amanda Forsyth

DallasFranz Schmidt's Book With Seven Seals

Schmidt: The Book of Seven Seals, oratorio for soloists, choir and orchestra
Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Fabio Luisi; Herbert Lippert; Mika Kares; Michael Schönheit; Joshua Habermann

DallasBrahm's Symphony No. 2

Elgar, Brahms
Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Fabio Luisi; James Ehnes

DallasJames Ehnes directs all-British program

Tippett, Purcell, Britten, Holst, Vaughan Williams, Elgar
James Ehnes; Alexander Kerr

DallasKarina Canellakis conducts Rachmaninov Piano concerto No. 3

Rachmaninov, Saariaho, Scriabin
Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Karina Canellakis; Alexander Gavrylyuk
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A surprise debut in Dallas

With an artistic director forced to cancel in the middle of a weekend of concerts, duty called on his assistant conductor - and she clearly had done her homework.

French plus one: the Dallas Symphony in music of Fauré, Mozart, and Ravel

Extreme dynamics explored in Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé and Boléro presented by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Jaap van Zweden, complemented by Louis Lortie's Mozart. 

Dallas Symphony Orchestra with Matthias Goerne

Dallas Symphony Orchestra, led by Jaap van Zweden and featuring baritone Matthias Goerne, performed music by Britten, Mahler, and Brahms, in a concert where not enough was ultimately said, despite a strong return from Goerne.

An odd couple: Stravinsky and Saint-Saëns at the Dallas Symphony

The Dallas Symphony, now in its sixth season under Music Director Jaap van Zweden, welcomed his predecessor Andrew Litton back to conduct a weekend of Stravinsky and Saint-Saëns (music from two ballets and a violin concerto, respectively).

Serious music-making at the Meyerson: Dallas Symphony Orchestra play Barber and Mahler

For the first time in recent memory, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra presented a program this weekend without any blockbuster audience-favorite to be found on it.

Impressions: Debussy, Rodrigo and Prokofiev at the Dallas Symphony

After a series of Pops concerts featuring John Williams’ film scores, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra returned to standard classical fare this weekend with Canadian guest conductor Julian Kuerti. Debussy’s Ibéria never really got off the ground, but Mr Kuerti and the DSO had better luck in music by Joaquín Rodrigo and Prokofiev.

Sturm und Drang: Minor-Key Mozart at the Meyerson

Capping off their two-weekend Mozart Festival, the Dallas Symphony played three minor-key masterworks this weekend, plus one major-key selection. Music in minor keys is the exception to the Mozartian rule – only two each of the 27 piano concerti and 41 symphonies are in minor.

Turkish, sunny Wolfgang: Round One of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's Mozart Festival

Verdi and Wagner may be turning 200 in 2013, but certainly that doesn’t make their music any more or less worth celebrating than it was last year, or will be in five years’ time.