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The Big Deal: Dallas Symphony Orchestra Presents Bronfman Plays ‘Emperor’
by Gila Espinoza 30 Apr 2014

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Beethoven Festival commences on May 1. In the three weeks that follow, the orchestra will perform some of Beethoven’s most loved and heroic symphonies, concertos and chamber works.  Five fortunate Art&Seek e-newsletter subscribers will win a pair of tickets when virtuoso pianist Yefim Bronfman joins the DSO’s to play the majestic “Emperor” Concerto. At the May 11 performance at the Meyerson Symphony Center, conductor Jaap van Zweden will also lead Beethoven’s thrilling Seventh Symphony and the explosive Overture to Coriolan.

After signing up for this Big Deal, you can’t help but be in the mood to sign up for our other Big Deal this week – tickets to see the staged reading of Antony and Cleopatra, part of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare series at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

PLEASE NOTE: Only Art&Seek e-newsletter subscribers can win the Big Deal.  If you are not a subscriber then take care of that first, then sign up below for a chance to see the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Beethoven Festival when Bronfman Plays “Emperor.”

UPDATE:  We have our winners. Thanks for playing!

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