Dallas Symphony Chorus'
40th Anniversary Season
Preparing Duruflé's Masterwork
ONE-DAY MUSIC SEMINAR
Saturday, January 27, 2018
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Meyerson Symphony Center
Dr. Alan Raines, Director of Music Arts at Highland Park United Methodist Church, Dr. Pamela Elrod Huffman, Associate Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at SMU, and Dr. Joshua Habermann, Director of the Dallas Symphony Chorus, will lead the discussion.
There is a nominal fee to attend this event. The fee, if paid in full on or before November 15, is just $20. After November 15, the registration fee will be $30. The fee only covers a fraction of the cost of this event, and will include a catered lunch.
Click on the link below for all the fee payment details and to complete the registration process that will secure your seat.
Dallas Symphony Chorus
FREE OPEN REHEARSAL
Monday, April 9, 2018
Meyerson Symphony Center
Attendance is FREE. To reserve your seat on stage on Monday, April 9, 2018, click the button below and submit your RSVP today!
The Dallas Symphony Chorus was founded in 1977 - and we’re currently entering our 40th Season! View the 2017-18 Schedule or visit the Concerts Archive to see what we've performed over the years.
Would you like to sing with us? We invite you to enquire about scheduling an audition today!
2017-18 Season - A Celebration of Singing!
2017-2018 - 40th Anniversary Season
A CELEBRATION OF SINGING
The Dallas Symphony Chorus launched its 40th Anniversary Season in 2017-2018 with with the theme “A Celebration of Singing” and a special FREE concert at the Meyerson on Sunday, October 8, 2017 that featured the music of Bernstein (his Chichester Psalms) and a commissioned world premiere work by Jake Runestad. Our always popular and family friendly Christmas Celebration concerts are now underway, and run through Sunday, December 17, 2017. We hope you tuned in to WRR 101.1 FM on Monday, December 4 at Noon, or joined us the Moody Performance Hall downtown and enjoyed excerpts from our Christmas Celebration concerts during "Caroling in the Arts District 2017." We will move into 2018 with a performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection” in February and the Duruflé Requiem in April and will close out the season in May 2018 with the Beethoven Symphony No. 9, under the baton of Maestro Jaap van Zweden as part of the 4th Annual Soluna Festival, and a fitting farewell to the Maestro van Zweden as Music Director. The Chorus will then present a pre-Tour concert on June 3, 2018 in advance of its 10-day tour to Sweden, Estonia and Finland.
We hope you will join us at any or all of these concerts during our 40th season - view the 2017-18 Season Schedule Now!