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Music For The Dearly Departed

It’s time to honor the dead again.

And not just dropping a few of Nana’s ashes into our martini like we normally do.

Instead, The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will be there to help make mourning a beautiful and celebratory experience.

This Halloween Sunday at 3:00 p.m., the talented musicians present a beautiful, sometimes haunting musical lineup for their Día de los Muertos Concert at the Meyerson Symphony Center.

On the program: Tico-Tico no Fubá (Zeqhinha Abreu), Symphony No. 2 (Carlos Chavez), Sobre Las Osas (Junventino Rosas), La Llorona from Tone Poem for Viola and Orchestra (Gabriela Lena Frank), Huapango (José Pablo Moncayo), “Estrellita” for Solo Violin and Strings (Manuel Ponce) and Danzon No. 2 (Arturo Márquez).

The event features guest artists and colorful festivities celebrating the Latin American tradition.

It’s a great way to remember the loved ones who’ve gone before us—with some gorgeous music to accompany a wide range of emotions.

Día de los Muertos Concert
Sunday, October 31
3:00 p.m.
Tickets: $20-60
Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora Street, Dallas
dallassymphony.org