Dallas Chamber Symphony and City Performance Hall: A Perfect Match

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Dallas, TX – The City Performance Hall is home to all regular season concerts of the Dallas Chamber Symphony. For those who have been able to take a close look at this newly completed facility, just down the street from such institutions as the Meyerson Symphony Center and the Winspear Opera House, it is clear that there is nothing quite like it in all of North Texas. From the natural light that enters the building from every angle, including the audience chamber, to the ample wood accents on the ceilings and railings, everything points to innovation and functional design. However, the building is not only a visual work of art; it is also a participant in the beautiful sounds made within its walls. When an orchestral ensemble like DCS performs, the City Performance Hall is designed to respond sympathetically through angled sound panels on the ceiling as well as thirteen acoustical curtains in the hall which can be tuned to provide the perfect amount of reverberation.

At about 750 seats, the hall is neither small nor large, which makes it the ideal home of the Dallas Chamber Symphony. Because of the precision and intimate sound of the DCS, the hall provides the perfect acoustical space for the greatest enjoyment of music produced by this size ensemble. Solo and small ensemble concerts will also be well appreciated when the hall is tuned to greater resonance. No seat in the space is at a disadvantage when films are presented with live accompaniment by the DCS. Furthermore, an orchestra pit is available for use during dance, theater and opera presentations. To complete the patron experience, drinks will be allowed in the auditorium during performances. The flexibility of the Dallas Chamber Symphony is a perfect match with the flexibility of the new City Performance Hall.

For more information on the DCS and its programs, please contact us at contact@dcsymphony.org. Interview opportunities are available.
P.O. Box 795548, Dallas, Texas 75379 – (214) 449-1294 – contact@dcsymphony.org

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