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Un Dia To Remember

We’ve all lost people near and dear to us.

And we’re thrilled that the long-held Latin American tradition of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) has become more well-known and universally revered.

After all, it’s a beautiful thing to focus on celebrating the lives of our beloved friends and family rather than dwell in sorrow.

Maurice Cohn conducts the DSO Dia de Los Muertos concert

Tomorrow night, join the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for one of their most lively performances of the year. Featuring traditional music, guest artists and decorated ofrendas (altars), it’s also one of the most affordable concerts the organization produces.

Tickets start at only $10 for the elaborate production that features conductor Maurice Cohn (pictured above) and Soprano Ailyn PĂ©rez.

Bring your living friends and family, as we as those who’ve passed in spirit.

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Dia de Los Muertos
Tuesday, November 1
7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $10-$53
Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora Street, Dallas
dallassymphony.org