2013-2014 Season, Shall We Dance?
It is likely that the very earliest music ever created was for the dance; the first time our distant ancestors first banged on a log with a stick, someone undoubtedly broke into the Neanderthal shuffle! Things have come a long way. From ballet to break dancing, music and dance are now inseparable partners.
Many great composers have done their finest work when inspired by the beauty of dance. Some, like Stravinsky with Petrushka, Delibes with Coppélia, or Copland with Rodeo, have written full-length ballets intended for virtuoso dancers. Other compositions, like Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances, Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances, or Bartok’s Dance Suite, use the compelling rhythms of dance in works intended for concert performance. For the 2013-14 Concert Season, Symphony Arlington will bring to you all these masterworks and more, plus music for the dance by Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Kodaly, Verdi, and many more.
Joining the orchestra will be a stellar array of distinguished guest artists, including guest conductor Alberto Correa from Colombia. Texas pianist and 2013 Van Cliburn competitor, Alex McDonald will return for a solo appearance.
It’s music that will set your soul afire and your feet a-twitchin’! So waltz over to the computer, fax, or phone, and
10.17.2013 | 11.14.2013 | 12.19.2013 | 01.16.2014
02.13.2014 | 03.13.2014 | 04.17.2014 | 05.08.2014
SUBSCRIPTIONS AS LOW AS $60
The Lone Star Youth Orchestra is currently seeking woodwind and brass players
for the 2013-2014 Season!
Call Symphony Arlington office at 817.385.0484
for more information on Rolling Auditions!
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