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Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents "Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony"

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Photo courtesy of Bradley Hunter Welch

Showing off the power and majesty of “the king of instruments,” Bradley Hunter Welch is at the Lay Family Concert Organ when the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, led by Fabio Luisi, performs Saint-Saëns’s grand Romantic “Organ Symphony.” Also featured on this program is a piece written by local SMU professor and composer Xi Wang. The unusual instrument pairing of the trumpet and violin in Year 2020 reflects the work’s inspiration from the tumultuous and unprecedented world created in the wake of the global pandemic. The concert begins with Mahler's Blumine movement from Symphony No. 1.

Showing off the power and majesty of “the king of instruments,” Bradley Hunter Welch is at the Lay Family Concert Organ when the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, led by Fabio Luisi, performs Saint-Saëns’s grand Romantic “Organ Symphony.” Also featured on this program is a piece written by local SMU professor and composer Xi Wang. The unusual instrument pairing of the trumpet and violin in Year 2020 reflects the work’s inspiration from the tumultuous and unprecedented world created in the wake of the global pandemic. The concert begins with Mahler's Blumine movement from Symphony No. 1.

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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201, USA
https://www.dallassymphony.org/productions/saint-saens-organ-symphony/

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