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Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Gould Family Organ Recital Series: Cherry Rhodes

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Cherry Rhodes is the first American to win an international organ competition in Munich. She has toured extensively through major music capitals of America, Europe, and Asia with recitals in world-renowned cathedrals, churches concert and concert halls including Notre Dame, Royal Festival Hall (London), International Performing Arts Center (Moscow), Walt Disney Concert Hall, Lincoln Center, and Kennedy Center. She returns to the Meyerson Symphony Center after having last performed here in 1993.

Cherry Rhodes is the first American to win an international organ competition in Munich. She has toured extensively through major music capitals of America, Europe, and Asia with recitals in world-renowned cathedrals, churches concert and concert halls including Notre Dame, Royal Festival Hall (London), International Performing Arts Center (Moscow), Walt Disney Concert Hall, Lincoln Center, and Kennedy Center. She returns to the Meyerson Symphony Center after having last performed here in 1993.

Cherry Rhodes is the first American to win an international organ competition in Munich. She has toured extensively through major music capitals of America, Europe, and Asia with recitals in world-renowned cathedrals, churches concert and concert halls including Notre Dame, Royal Festival Hall (London), International Performing Arts Center (Moscow), Walt Disney Concert Hall, Lincoln Center, and Kennedy Center. She returns to the Meyerson Symphony Center after having last performed here in 1993.

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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.dallassymphony.org/productions/cherry-rhodes-gould-family-organ-recital-series/

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