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Experience Fritz Lang’s science fiction masterpiece Metropolis on opening night of the Dallas Chamber Symphony’s 2015/16 season and VideoFest 28. Screened to the live orchestral performance of a new film score by Brian Satterwhite, this production boasts original choreography by Christopher Dolder of Southern Methodist University’s Division of Dance. The event promises to be a stunning multi-dimensional, multi-media experience, unlike anything you have ever seen before.
Kazuhiro Takagi and Chloe Trevor perform J.S. Bach’s stunningly beautiful Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor. Pianist Eduardo Rojas will dazzle on Ernest Bloch’s powerful, yet rarely performed, Concerto Grosso No. 1. The orchestra finishes with Leos Janacek’s gorgeous Idyll Suite for Strings.
The orchestra continues to introduce our community to contemporary masterpieces in a way that sends audiences home absolutely delighted. DCS musicians will impress on Hindemith’s demanding and creative Kammermusik No. 1, as well as the Chamber Symphony by Pulitzer Prize winning composer Paul Moravec. Balancing the program is a fantastic new film score, debuted to a screening of Buster Keaton’s hilarious classic, The Goat.
Enjoy four days of phenomenal performances, as some of the finest pianists in the world descend on Dallas compete in the annual Dallas International Piano Competition, held at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts. Don’t forget to hear the winner’s debut in concert with the Dallas Chamber Symphony during the 2016/17 season.
Winner of the Dallas International Piano Competition 2015, South Korean pianist, Saetbyeol Kim, joins the Dallas Chamber Symphony for her subscription debut on Tchaikovsky’s popular Piano Concerto No. 1. This year’s Sight of Sound film and music selections are also debuted with full orchestra, making this evening a spectacular, multi-media finale to an amazing season.