A Night of Post-Season Symphony Performances, With the FWSO

The League of American Orchestras is holding its 67th national conference in Dallas this week. The schedule is pretty run of the mill conferencey stuff - sessions on budgeting, fundraising, marketing, etc. However, in addition to these planning sessions, the Fort Worth Symphony will perform a showcase concert (open to the public) in the Meyerson Symphony Hall. With the regular subscription seasons wrapped up, consider this a little bonus offering for those who might've missed their chance to hear our neighbor symphony this year, or who are just hungry for a little more.

Tonight, the Fort Worth Symphony will present a program featuring contemporary American composers with works by Jennifer Higdon and Kevin Puts. The orchestra will by joined by Southern Methodist University's Artist-in-Residence, Chee-Yun on the violin. The program concludes with Dvorák's 7th symphony. Tickets to hear the FWSO perform at the Meyerson cost $45-$71.

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