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The 2021 Dallas Symphony Orchestra Gala will highlight special guest artist Anne-Sophie Mutter.

Fabio Luisi will lead his first DSO Gala. Luisi and the DSO will welcome four-time Grammy winner Mutter, who will perform the Dallas premiere of John Williams’s "Violin Concerto No. 2." This piece was written specifically for Ms. Mutter and is the second work he has composed for her. The DSO will also perform Richard Strauss’s thrilling "Don Juan."

Andy Smith and Paul von Wupperfeld will chair the event with Mary and Rich Templeton as Gala Honorary Chairs. Proceeds from the event will benefit the DSO’s education initiatives, most notably the Young Strings and Young Musicians programs.

The 2021 Dallas Symphony Orchestra Gala will highlight special guest artist Anne-Sophie Mutter.

Fabio Luisi will lead his first DSO Gala. Luisi and the DSO will welcome four-time Grammy winner Mutter, who will perform the Dallas premiere of John Williams’s "Violin Concerto No. 2." This piece was written specifically for Ms. Mutter and is the second work he has composed for her. The DSO will also perform Richard Strauss’s thrilling "Don Juan."

Andy Smith and Paul von Wupperfeld will chair the event with Mary and Rich Templeton as Gala Honorary Chairs. Proceeds from the event will benefit the DSO’s education initiatives, most notably the Young Strings and Young Musicians programs.

The 2021 Dallas Symphony Orchestra Gala will highlight special guest artist Anne-Sophie Mutter.

Fabio Luisi will lead his first DSO Gala. Luisi and the DSO will welcome four-time Grammy winner Mutter, who will perform the Dallas premiere of John Williams’s "Violin Concerto No. 2." This piece was written specifically for Ms. Mutter and is the second work he has composed for her. The DSO will also perform Richard Strauss’s thrilling "Don Juan."

Andy Smith and Paul von Wupperfeld will chair the event with Mary and Rich Templeton as Gala Honorary Chairs. Proceeds from the event will benefit the DSO’s education initiatives, most notably the Young Strings and Young Musicians programs.

WHEN

WHERE

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.dallassymphony.org/

TICKET INFO

$1,250 and up.
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