NOW SATURDAYS IN JUNE --- You bring the blanket, we'll bring the Dallas Wind Symphony and the Richardson Symphony Orchestra, every Saturday in June.
|SCHEDULE:||8 PM |
|LOCATION:||Beckert Park |
|June 5||Richardson Symphony Orchestra |
|June 12||Dallas Wind Symphony|
|June 19||Dallas Wind Symphony|
|June 26||Richardson Symphony Orchestra |
About Dallas Wind Symphony
The Dallas Wind Symphony is the leading professional civilian wind band in the United States today. Comprised of 50 woodwind, brass and percussion players, the band performs an eclectic blend of musical styles ranging from Bach to Bernstein and Sousa to Strauss. They combine the tradition of the British brass band with the musical heritage of the American town band and the pioneering spirit of the 20th century wind ensemble.
About Richardson Symphony Orchestra
Now in its forty-sixth year, the Richardson Symphony Orchestra is comprised of seventy-five professional musicians from throughout the DFW area under the leadership of Anshel Brusilow, Music Director/Conductor. It is the resident symphony of the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and offers a variety of classical and pops concerts each season programmed to appeal to the varied audiences of the Richardson, Addison, North Dallas, Plano/Collin County, and Denton County areas. In addition to the critically-acclaimed season of six subscriptions series performances (classical and pops), the Richardson Symphony is also widely-regarded as a leader in education and community outreach programs.