Meyerson Symphony Center, the home of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (Dallas Symphony), always keeps a busy schedule, and this holiday season is full of fun for the whole family. From December 6-15, the Dallas Symphony, led by Lawerence Loh, will join the Dallas Symphony Chorus, led by Joshua Habermann, in performing awe-inspiring anthems, classical holiday themes, and carols that the audience can sing along. The concert will feature snow, a bit of Christmas magic, and Santa Claus will also grace the stage. Take a look at the Meyerson Symphony Center transforming for the holiday season below:
Folks who remember John Denver, an award-winning singer-songwriter and activist, should be sure not to miss Rocky Mountain Christmas: A John Denver Holiday Tribute on December 9. The concert will feature Jim Curry, who has performed Denver’s timeless music in tribute concerts for almost two decades. Curry and his band will perform Christmas classics and hits like Rocky Mountain High. Whether you’re a longtime fan of Denver’s music or new to it, the tribute concert will be a chance to celebrate one of the most impactful musical artists in America.
Even after almost 200 years of independence from Mexico, Texas still has strong roots in Mexican and Latino culture. That’s why, on December 17, audiences are sure to love “Fiesta Navidad!” The Grammy Award-winning Mariachi Los Camperos will perform a concert of Mexican and Latin-inspired Christmas songs alongside the Dallas Symphony.
And of course, the Dallas Symphony will be there to help you ring in the new year. Led by Conductor Genna New, the Dallas Symphony will close out 2019 with a tribute to the Viennese tradition of lively waltzes. Join them as they toast the New Year with selections from the Strauss family’s musical dynasty. After the Dallas Symphony plays its final note, stay and celebrate the New Year at the exclusive Meyerson ‘Til Midnight after party.
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