$13 for adults, $10 for seniors, $7 for students, faculty & staff
*The performance for Friday (12/6) has been canceled due to weather. Tickets will be honored for Sunday's performance.
The MSO presents two powerful scores, beginning with Ernest Bloch’s tumultuous Schelomo, a Hebraic rhapsody exploring the lamentations and trials of King Solomon, featuring Meadows faculty member and Dallas Symphony Orchestra principal cellist Christopher Adkins. It’s followed by the daringly modern Symphony No. 4 by Dmitri Shostakovich, originally composed in 1936 but not performed publicly until 1961 due to threat of repercussion by Stalin, who denounced Shostakovich as one who created “chaos instead of music.”
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