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The Dallas Chamber Symphony, in partnership with the City of Dallas, will be “Taking It to the Streets,” designed to engage citizens in the community through live music in downtown spaces. The hour-long, free public concert will feature an array of music styles and ensembles.

An elite ensemble of musicians from the Dallas Chamber Symphony present Franz Schubert’s largest chamber work, his Octet in F major, as well as Michael Daugherty’s The Diaries of Adam and Eve, commissioned by and featuring Martha Walvoord and Jack Unzicker.

The Dallas Chamber Symphony, in partnership with the City of Dallas, will be “Taking It to the Streets,” designed to engage citizens in the community through live music in downtown spaces. The hour-long, free public concert will feature an array of music styles and ensembles.

An elite ensemble of musicians from the Dallas Chamber Symphony present Franz Schubert’s largest chamber work, his Octet in F major, as well as Michael Daugherty’s The Diaries of Adam and Eve, commissioned by and featuring Martha Walvoord and Jack Unzicker.

The Dallas Chamber Symphony, in partnership with the City of Dallas, will be “Taking It to the Streets,” designed to engage citizens in the community through live music in downtown spaces. The hour-long, free public concert will feature an array of music styles and ensembles.

An elite ensemble of musicians from the Dallas Chamber Symphony present Franz Schubert’s largest chamber work, his Octet in F major, as well as Michael Daugherty’s The Diaries of Adam and Eve, commissioned by and featuring Martha Walvoord and Jack Unzicker.

WHEN

WHERE

Cliff Temple Baptist Church
125 Sunset Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
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TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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