- The N’awlins Gumbo Kings blend trumpet, clarinet, saxophone, piano, trombone, bass, drums, and vocals to create that lively and brassy New Orleans style of music. Hear them perform live on Saturday at Jonsson Performance Hall at UT Dallas.
- Also on Saturday, catch the free Hallam Family Concert at the Dallas Museum of Art. This month’s program is Tales of the Macabre, a celebration of Edgar Allan Poe’s 210th birthday told through dramatic storytelling and music. Presented by the Fine Arts Chamber Players.
- The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra presents Revolution: The Music of the Beatles at Bass Performance Hall. The multimedia performance, which includes rare and unseen photos of the Fab Four, continues through Sunday.
- And, The TCU School of Music welcomes Grammy Award-winning composer Libby Larsen as guest artist for the sixth annual Festival of American Song. The festival was created to promote all genres of American song and it’s significant living composers. Larsen has created a catalogue of 500-plus works. The festival runs through Monday on the campus of TCU.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.
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