Sundays at the Symphony … with the New Philharmonic Orchestra announcing some amazing Sunday afternoons. And there’s always something interesting to do in the lobby from 2:30 p.m. – so plan to come early to meet soloists, hear more about the music, shop silent auction, meet people and have a cookie or something refreshing.
October 8 … Musical Journeys
Season opening with Brahms’ sparkling “Academic Festival” and Gershwin’s “Cuban” overtures and Beethoven’s 6th!
December 10 …Songs for the Holidays!
With the heavenly voices of Dallas Arts District Chorale in selections from Handel’s “Messiah,” and a carol sing-along!
December 15 …Songs for the Holidays!
With the heavenly voices of Dallas Arts District Chorale in selections from Handel’s “Messiah,” and a carol sing-along! This performance has holiday music selected by the Dallas Arts District Chorale.
February 11 … The Greatest Love Stories
With Bernstein’s “West Side Story” Tchaikovsky’s “Romeo and Juliet” Overture, Hanson’s ” Romantic” Symphony.
March 31 … Dvorak, and a violin
Who knew that a violin could tell so many stories?! Our guest is Dallas Symphony’s Angie Fuller Heyde.
May 12 … Enchanted!
Join us and selected Irving student musicians for magical musical stories by Rossini, Mussorgsky, Bizet and more!
Performing at the Irving Arts Center, Sundays at 3:30 p.m.