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A Symphony Of Turtle Tunes

Music has the power to change everything from our mood to which dance moves to perform in the shower. That’s why we appreciate the Turtle Creek Chorale‘s concert series, “You Are Light,” an effort to shine light on mental health, shame and self-esteem. On September 19, TCC joins the entire Dallas Symphony Orchestra for the latest concert, “Sing For Our […]

That ’80s Symphony

Get ready to flashback to the wild and crazy 1980s—with an infusion of sophistication and class courtesy of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. In celebration of Celebrate Diversity Month (who knew?), the arts organization presents DSO Pride Night this Friday for the first of three Decades: Back to the ’80s concerts. (If you can’t make the Pride Night specifically, you can […]

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. Tomorrow night, join […]

A Symphony Of Decadent Delights

Whoever said “less is more” surely wasn’t talking about wine. And they certainly weren’t planning the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Wine & Food Festival this year, with four days of eating-and-drinking events worth checking out—especially if you enjoy the finer things in life. And who doesn’t? On the schedule this year: The Hall VIP Experience ($200), a luxe three-course dinner with […]

Free Symphony Music! Get Your Free Symphony Music!

One of the brightest moments of the peak pandemic era was the ability to see world-class musicians perform free concerts all over Dallas-Fort Worth. Well, tonight the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and The Concert Truck team up again for a new season of outdoor performances in a neighborhood near you. You’ll find concerts taking place mornings, afternoons and evenings, so surely […]

Holiday Harmonies

We’d love to wake up Christmas morning with Cheyenne Jackson under our tree. It’s not an entirely impossible wish, what with our stockpile of chloroform and frequent flyer miles, but still fairly unlikely. So the next best thing for us is a front-row seat to Christmas with Megan Hilty and Cheyenne Jackson. Many fantastic seats are available now for the […]

Under The C (& G Major)

We haven’t been this excited about sea creatures since the last Lobsterfest. Every gay’s favorite underwater character—Ursula, duh—returns with The Dallas Symphony Orchestra by her side. For three special screenings of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, the film’s soundtrack will be performed live by the DSO. If you’ve never seen a movie in this immersive format, we highly recommend it. Seats are still […]

Can A T-Rex Play The Violin?

Summer unofficially ends on Labor Day Weekend, so why not celebrate by watching one of the biggest summer blockbusters of all time? Jurassic Park in Concert brings the movie to life in a whole new way as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs the iconic John Williams score live beneath an HD projection of the film. Feel the music like never before while […]

All About That Bass (AND Treble)

We love a good organ extravaganza. Just ask our Grindr friends. But we also enjoy holiday music. Tomorrow, we can get both as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents DSO On the Go: Big Brassy Christmas & Organ Extravaganza in Preston Hollow. The symphony’s brass and percussion ensembles will be joined by Bradley Hunter Welch on the organ for an evening of holiday […]

Raiders Of The Lost Orch

Music can make or break a movie. Just imagine all those great Steven Spielberg flicks from the 1970s and 80s without the John Williams scores. Would JAWS even be scary without the soundtrack? OK, yes, but you get the point. This weekend, experience one of the great Spielberg films in a way that truly celebrates the music as the Dallas Symphony […]