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Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Mahler Symphony No. 4

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Conducted by Music Director Fabio Luisi, the DSO will journey through Mahler’s emotional and complex Symphony No. 4.

At the request of esteemed composer Arnold Schoenberg came Klaus Simon’s 1920 chamber arrangement of Mahler’s joyous 4th symphony, a contrapuntal, folk-tune inspired musical journey from experience to innocence, from complexity to simplicity, and from earthly life to heaven, complete with tender string passages, brass chorales, and lilting soprano lines.

The concert will feature soprano Rachel Willis-Sørensen.

Conducted by Music Director Fabio Luisi, the DSO will journey through Mahler’s emotional and complex Symphony No. 4.

At the request of esteemed composer Arnold Schoenberg came Klaus Simon’s 1920 chamber arrangement of Mahler’s joyous 4th symphony, a contrapuntal, folk-tune inspired musical journey from experience to innocence, from complexity to simplicity, and from earthly life to heaven, complete with tender string passages, brass chorales, and lilting soprano lines.

The concert will feature soprano Rachel Willis-Sørensen.

Conducted by Music Director Fabio Luisi, the DSO will journey through Mahler’s emotional and complex Symphony No. 4.

At the request of esteemed composer Arnold Schoenberg came Klaus Simon’s 1920 chamber arrangement of Mahler’s joyous 4th symphony, a contrapuntal, folk-tune inspired musical journey from experience to innocence, from complexity to simplicity, and from earthly life to heaven, complete with tender string passages, brass chorales, and lilting soprano lines.

The concert will feature soprano Rachel Willis-Sørensen.

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WHERE

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.dallassymphony.org/productions/mahler-symphony-no-4/

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