Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Joshua Bell
Joshua Bell solos in and directs Mendelssohn’s beloved "Violin Concerto," once described as “the heart’s jewel” among its German peers. He also directs the composer’s popular “Italian” Symphony, which recalls his love affair with Italy’s sun-drenched landscapes and the joie de vivre of its people. The concert also includes Mozart’s intensely emotional "Symphony No. 25," written when he was just 17 and marked his transition from prodigy to major composer, and "Adagio for Violin and Orchestra."