Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Tchaikovsky's Romeo & Juliet
Dallas Symphony Orchestra will present one of Tchaikovsky’s most beautiful scores. The timeless story of Romeo and Juliet is told through the interlaced threads of the feuding Montagues and Capulets, the heavenly harp arpeggios of Friar Laurence’s chorale, and the impassioned theme of the star-crossed lovers. Martinu’s "Fourth Symphony" weaves together lyricism and intense emotions with resonances of the just-concluded war. And Principal Bassoon Ted Soluri solos in the world premiere of Chickasaw composer Jerod Tate’s new concerto.
The concert will feature bassoonist Ted Soluri and will be conducted by Ruth Reinhardt.