The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will welcome preeminent violinist Gil Shaham to the stage in January for an evening program of fiery passion, stirring nationalism, and delightful classical music. Tchaikovsky sets his tone poem of forbidden passion in the Inferno — where Francesca and her lover Paolo suffer for their transgressions. Raging, turbulent music reflects both their love and their agony. For happier fare, Shaham will perform Dvořák’s Violin Concerto with its tapestry of Bohemian folk melodies and dances. Plus, Prokofiev’s delightful First Symphony, “Classical” inspiration compliments of Haydn. Sign up below for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the opening night performance on January 16 at the Meyerson Symphony Center.
And if you like this Big Deal be sure to click over and sign up for our other Big Deal of the week – tickets to see The Cliburn present Beethoven at 250: The Piano Concertos at Bass Performance Hall. Or if you feel the room swayin’ when the band starts playin’ then enter to win tickets to see “Hello, Dolly!” at Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth.
Please note: Only Art&Seek newsletter subscribers are eligible for the Big Deal. If you are not already a subscriber, you’ll want to sign up here for the newsletter first before signing up below. Winners will be selected by random drawing on Friday and will be notified by email. If the winner does not respond within 24 hours after notification, or cannot make the specified performance date, or declines the prize, another winner will be randomly chosen.
UPDATE: We have our winners. Thanks for playing!