Come to Klyde Warren Park on Sunday, March 17, 2019, to enjoy a free day of music and family fun provided by the DSO. Musicians of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will perform on the stage of the Muse Family Performance Pavilion throughout the day in a variety of styles showing off the range of the city’s orchestra.
DSO Staff will be on hand with prizes and games for the whole family. The DSO’s instrument petting zoo will be on site for everyone to enjoy, and the organization will accept instrument donations for its new Southern Dallas Residency.
“Spring in Dallas is a beautiful time to visit Klyde Warren Park, and we are delighted to use this day as a showcase for our musicians,” said Kim Noltemy, President & CEO of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. “We invite everyone in Dallas to come out and enjoy a free day of music and meet the members of your Dallas Symphony.”
“Klyde Warren Park is thrilled to welcome musicians of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra back to our stage to perform for the visitors and locals who come to the Park every weekend!,” said Kit Sawers, President of Klyde Warren Park. “What a special treat to have an outdoor picnic with your family and listen to world-class musicians at the same time.”
11:00 - Cello Ensemble from DSO Young Strings
Designed to increase the diversity of American orchestras, the Dallas Symphony Young Strings program develops the talents of exceptional and underrepresented string players in the city of Dallas by providing its students with the skills, lessons, opportunities, and resources essential for success both in college and careers in music.
12:00 - String Quartet of DSO Musicians
1:00 - Woodwind Quintet of DSO Musicians
2:00 - Brass Quintet of DSO Musician