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DSO Announces Pops Season


by Stephen Becker 17 Feb 2009

LeAnn Rimes, The Countours, Michael Bolton, Elvis Costello (right) and Wynton Marsalis will all perform with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra during the 2009-10 season, the orchestra announced. Subscription ticket packages begin at $114 and are already on sale. We’re still working on getting the series up on the Art&Seek calendar, but until then the full […]

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LeAnn Rimes, The Countours, Michael Bolton, Elvis Costello (right) and Wynton Marsalis will all perform with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra during the 2009-10 season, the orchestra announced. Subscription ticket packages begin at $114 and are already on sale.

We’re still working on getting the series up on the Art&Seek calendar, but until then the full season follows after the jump:

Aug. 28-29
The Contours
A Motown 50th Anniversary Celebration with the DSO

Sept. 4-6
The Celtic Tenors
with the DSO

Oct. 2-3
LeAnn Rimes
with the DSO

Oct. 9-10
Michael Bolton
with the DSO

Oct. 25
Halloween Family Concert

Dec. 3-5
Christmas Pops
featuring the DSO

Jan. 10
Symphonic Brass Spectacular

Feb. 3-4
An Evening of Romantic Dance Music
featuring the DSO

Feb. 26-28
50s Dance Party:
Celebrating the music of Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens

March 5-7
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
featuring Wynton Marsalis

March 12-14
Bowfire

April 2-3
Symphonic Oscars
featuring the DSO

April 23-25
Bugs Bunny on Broadway
featuring the DSO

May 28-29
Elvis Costello
with the DSO

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  • The list is definitely boring, safe and predictable – as is George Strait at the opening of the arena.
    Well do the same as always, and fail the same as always.
    For me I’m looking forward to the Dallas art revolution for excitement, innovation, fun, and quality.

    • EC? Wow. I wonder what he’ll be performing? If I’m not living in NY as editor of ArtForum by then, I’ll probably be there…so I’ll probably be there. BTW, is the purple shades and tie a special FX? You’ll have to show me how to do that.