An entertaining evening awaits you with Copland’s original suite from his Pulitzer Prize-winning Appalachian Spring ballet, commissioned by choreographer and dancer Martha Graham in 1944. The work’s Shaker influence and wide open harmonies have made it a beloved and worthy staple of the American chamber repertoire. By popular demand, the Dallas Chamber Symphony will reprise Harold Lloyd’s delightful romantic comedy, Bumping Into Broadway, screened to the orchestra’s live performance of an original score it commissioned from Rolfe Kent, whose film credits include Sideways and Up In the Air. DCS also presents a world premiere written by Kim Osberg. An emerging local composer and alum of Indiana University, she recently premiered an original opera picked up by New Voices Opera.