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Dallas Chamber Symphony's Season 5 opens in style with an UnSilent screening of F.W. Murnau’s Academy Award-winning classic film, Sunrise (1927) at VideoFest 29. You’ll enjoy watching this bewitching story of love and redemption from the late silent movie era, accompanied by the Dallas Chamber Symphony performing a new musical score composed by Joe Kraemer, whose film credits include Jack Reacher and the blockbuster hit Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. The DCS will be conducted by Richard McKay.

Tickets give you access to the premiere where you can meet the composer and join for the after party. If you’re looking for a more casual evening with friends and family, plan your own picnic under the stars at Klyde Warren Park and enjoy the free simulcast.

Dallas Chamber Symphony's Season 5 opens in style with an UnSilent screening of F.W. Murnau’s Academy Award-winning classic film, Sunrise (1927) at VideoFest 29. You’ll enjoy watching this bewitching story of love and redemption from the late silent movie era, accompanied by the Dallas Chamber Symphony performing a new musical score composed by Joe Kraemer, whose film credits include Jack Reacher and the blockbuster hit Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. The DCS will be conducted by Richard McKay.

Tickets give you access to the premiere where you can meet the composer and join for the after party. If you’re looking for a more casual evening with friends and family, plan your own picnic under the stars at Klyde Warren Park and enjoy the free simulcast.

Dallas Chamber Symphony's Season 5 opens in style with an UnSilent screening of F.W. Murnau’s Academy Award-winning classic film, Sunrise (1927) at VideoFest 29. You’ll enjoy watching this bewitching story of love and redemption from the late silent movie era, accompanied by the Dallas Chamber Symphony performing a new musical score composed by Joe Kraemer, whose film credits include Jack Reacher and the blockbuster hit Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. The DCS will be conducted by Richard McKay.

Tickets give you access to the premiere where you can meet the composer and join for the after party. If you’re looking for a more casual evening with friends and family, plan your own picnic under the stars at Klyde Warren Park and enjoy the free simulcast.

WHEN

WHERE

Klyde Warren Park
2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.dcsymphony.org/concert-tickets/2016-17-season-schedule/sunrise/

TICKET INFO

$19-$44
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