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By Dallas Chamber Symphony
On Thursday, October 29, The Dallas Chamber Symphony’s Conductor and Artistic Director Richard McKay will be a featured panelist for the State of the Arts discussion series.
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By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Dallas Chamber Symphony hosted third-annual competition for young professional pianists from across the globe. Ms. Kim will receive a solo concert engagement with the DCS and cash prizes.
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By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Renowned local pianist, Alex McDonald, will perform Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with trumpet soloist Oscar Garcia Montoya; DCS will also perform Dvorak and Warlock. Tickets, subscription packages available at dallaschambersymphony.org
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By Dallas Chamber Symphony
A renowned violin soloist, Kazuhiro Takagi will perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in D Minor; DCS will perform works by Arvo Pärt and Tchaikovsky. Tickets and subscription packages available at www.dallaschambersymphony.org
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By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS will continue breaking classical music traditions by providing North Texas with alternative and unexpected performances; Subscription packages available at www.dallaschambersymphony.org
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS continues Film Score Series with first horror film ever made. The newly-commissioned score will be performed live-to-film by DFW’s finest musicians.
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
First annual competition for young professional and pre-professional pianists will offer a solo concert engagement with the DCS and cash prizes. The 3-day event is presented in partnership with SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts at Caruth Auditorium.
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Harold Lloyd’s classic comedy, A Sailor-Made Man (1921) will be set to a live, orchestral accompaniment and newly-commissioned score by Brian Satterwhite. American composers John Adams, Michael Torke will also be featured at inaugural event.

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By Dallas Chamber Symphony
On Thursday, October 29, The Dallas Chamber Symphony’s Conductor and Artistic Director Richard McKay will be a featured panelist for the State of the Arts discussion series.
12437328
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Dallas Chamber Symphony hosted third-annual competition for young professional pianists from across the globe. Ms. Kim will receive a solo concert engagement with the DCS and cash prizes.
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS continues to showcase young and dynamic talent with performances by Violinist Chloé Trevor and Winner of the Second Annual Dallas International Piano Competition Kyle Orth. Tickets, subscription packages available at dallaschambersymphony.org
12365353
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Renowned local pianist, Alex McDonald, will perform Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with trumpet soloist Oscar Garcia Montoya; DCS will also perform Dvorak and Warlock. Tickets, subscription packages available at dallaschambersymphony.org
12194565
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
A renowned violin soloist, Kazuhiro Takagi will perform Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in D Minor; DCS will perform works by Arvo Pärt and Tchaikovsky. Tickets and subscription packages available at www.dallaschambersymphony.org
12191660
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS will continue breaking classical music traditions by providing North Texas with alternative and unexpected performances; Subscription packages available at www.dallaschambersymphony.org
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS continues Film Score Series with first horror film ever made. The newly-commissioned score will be performed live-to-film by DFW’s finest musicians.
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
First annual competition for young professional and pre-professional pianists will offer a solo concert engagement with the DCS and cash prizes. The 3-day event is presented in partnership with SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts at Caruth Auditorium.
By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Harold Lloyd’s classic comedy, A Sailor-Made Man (1921) will be set to a live, orchestral accompaniment and newly-commissioned score by Brian Satterwhite. American composers John Adams, Michael Torke will also be featured at inaugural event.

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