Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Artistic expression through music and theatrical performance can be a great way to spend date night with your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day. Here are some of the best options.
Some scientists believe early exposure to art can help children in all aspects of later learning. But if you’re no Vincent van Gogh in the art department, there’s help.
Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love. Whether they are enjoying their first Valentine’s together or their fiftieth, couples often go out for dinner, followed by a show. Of course, the best shows for Valentine’s Day are always the romantic ones. Whether, serious or silly, they add an appropriate feeling to the night of love. To that end, here are some of the best options for shows in DFW this Valentine’s Day.
Hamlisch’s career included composing, conducting and arranging music from Broadway to Hollywood. His movies included “The Way We Were” and “Sophie’s Choice.”
He is one of the world’s premiere composers and conductors and we are proud in North Texas to call Marvin Hamlisch our Dallas Symphony Pops Conductor!
Looking for entertainment in North Texas this weekend? Check out what’s to offer at the symphony, theater and box office.
It’s music to the ears of many. The Dallas Symphony and its musicians announced a new two-year contract for the orchestra even as the economy continues to strike sour notes.
The DSO presents Oz with Orchestra! There may not be a yellow brick road but put on your favorite character costume from The Wizard of Oz and head on down to the Morton Meyerson Saturday […]
Happy Memorial Day week! It’s the start of summer and there is a lot to do this week so let’s get started!! Do you love old movies? Looking for a unique date-night destination or a […]
On May 11 the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will perform in one of the world’s foremost concert venues – Carnegie Hall in New York City. Out of the entire DSO, there is only one musician who’s never been there before.
For as long as Jack Vangordon can remember, he has loved to sing. And the young boy does so despite struggles with stuttering.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra hosts Happy Hour with Hamlisch from 5-6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 2, in the lobby of the Morton H. Meyerson, 2301 Flora St.