The DSO Just Slipped You A Chill Pill

There’s a reason why you fall asleep with Blue Planet’s credit screen playing: The soundtrack is incredibly calming. It, and the score to Planet Earth, were done by film composer George Fenton, whose newest addition to the Earth Triology, Frozen Planet, is coming to Dallas. Kinda. Fenton conducts the Dallas Symphony Orchestra tonight in the music of Frozen Planet. The sweeping soundtrack will be played live as high-resolution images from the BBC/Discovery Channel series are projected onto giant screens. What better way to drop your internal thermostat than with polar bears and a soothing, symphonic score? It takes place in the Meyerson, located at 2301 Flora St. Tickets start at $21 and go up. Visit dallassymphony.com
Fri., Aug. 31, 2012
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Jamie Laughlin
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