Dallas Chamber Symphony Presents American Composers and Underserved Repertory

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Scott Cantrell of the Dallas Morning News writes about artistic director and conductor, Richard McKay, and the Dallas Chamber Symphony’s mission to present contemporary and under-represented orchestral chamber music at the new Dallas City Performance Hall.

“Chamber orchestra repertory has been underserved in the area, and McKay is also making a point of presenting contemporary American composers little exposed around here.” ~ Scott Cantrell, Dallas Morning News

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“The six-concert season includes an Oct. 2 solo piano recital by Alessio Bax, playing music of Brahms, Rachmaninoff and Ravel, and a March 26 concert by the Wyeth String Quartet, comprising principal players of the Fort Worth Symphony. Two programs will include new chamber orchestra scores for silent films — Harold Lloyd’s A Sailor-Made Man and Robert Wiene’s The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari — by Austin-based film composer Brian Satterwhite.” ~ Scott Cantrell, Dallas Morning News

To buy tickets, check out the full 2012-13 concert season, view seat maps and pricing, or call (214) 880-0202. Regular tickets start at just $19, and season subscriptions are discounted, starting at $94.

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