WHO SAYS THEY'RE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE?
Leave the monocle and ascot at home and get ready to have a blast. Because the Dallas Wind Symphony and Artistic Director Jerry Junkin have prepared a season of entertainment, excitement and education for the whole family.
Look forward to a tour-de-force of world-class musicianship—and a truly spectacular time. From blockbuster movie scores and award-winning musical guests to Latin sizzle and cool holiday favorites, it’s a season centered around the music you love most.
Single tickets priced from $19-$49. To order tickets, call our box office at 214-428-2263.
GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE & BRASS
- Olympic Fanfare and Theme - John Williams
- Kaddish - Francis McBeth
- Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, Op. 26 - Sergei Prokofiev
- Church Windows - Ottorino Respighi/Odon
- The Stars and Stripes Forever! - Sousa
Latin passion with wind band flavor, featuring acclaimed North Texas ensemble Mariachi Quetzal.
- Cuban Overture - George Gershwin/Rogers
- Huapango! - Jose Pablo Moncayo
- La Fiesta Mexicana - H. Owen Reed (with Mariachi Quetzal)
- Lola Flores - Alfredo Sadel/Tucci (encore)
Sunday Nov. 11, 2:00pm @ Allen Performing Arts Center
Tuesday Nov. 13, 8:00pm @ Meyerson Symphony Center
From sorcerers and sharks to Skywalkers, it's the legendary movie music of John Williams.
- Liberty Fanfare
- Main Theme from Star Wars
- Out to Sea and The Shark Cage Fugue from Jaws
- March from Superman
- Viktor’s Tale from The Terminal (Deborah Fabian, clarinet)
- The Adventures of Mutt from Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
- Hymn to the Fallen from Saving Private Ryan
- Suite from Harry Potter
- Midway March
- Adventures on Earth from E.T.
- March from 1941 (encore)
HORNS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Sunday Dec. 16, 2:00pm @ Allen Performing Arts Center
Wednesday Dec. 19, 8:00pm @ Meyerson Symphony Center
All your holiday favorites, celebrating our new CD release!
- Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly - Traditional/Kay
- Fantasia on the Dargason from Suite No. 2 in F - Gustav Holst
- Children's March "Over the Hills and Far Away" - Percy Grainger
- Jingle Bells - arr. Morton Gould
- I Wonder As I Wander - Niles (Mela Dailey, soprano)
- O Holy Night - Adolphe Adam/arr. Lovrien (Mela Dailey, soprano)
- Train Ride from Winter Holiday, Op. 122 - Prokofiev/Cable
- Polonaise from Christmas Eve - Rimsky-Korsakov/Steiger
- Christmas Time is Here - Vince Guaraldi/Shaw
- Silent Night - Gruber (Mela Dailey, soprano)
- This Christmas - Hathaway (Mela Dailey, soprano)
- A Home Alone Christmas - John Williams/Lavender
- Christmas Sing-along - arr. David Lovrien
- A Christmas Festival - Leroy Anderson
BAND GEEKS UNITE
Tuesday, January 22, 2013, 8:00pm @ Meyerson Symphony Center
- Intrada 1631 - Stephen Montague
- California Suite - John Gibson
- High Wire – John Mackey
- First Suite in Eb for Military Band - Gustav Holst
- A Festival Prelude - Alfred Reed
- One Time at Band Camp - Scott McAllister
- Finale from Symphony No. 2 - David Maslanka
- The High School Cadets - Sousa
MARDI GRAS MADNESS
Tuesday, February 12, 2013, 8:00pm @ Meyerson Symphony Center
A musical melange featuring Grammy Award-winning band Brave Combo. Their distinctive polka/rock style, paired with the power of the Dallas Wind Symphony and pianist/conductor Jeff Hellmer, will make this one Fat Tuesday performance to remember. Think New Orleans jazz and zydeco meet Brazilian Carnival with a little bit of Caribbean reggae — and a whole lot of family fun!
- Tico Tico - Abreu/Iwai
- Stealin' Apples - Henderson/Bouras
- Nothing is Permanent - Brave Combo
- Postcard from New Orleans - Brave Combo/Bouras
- Galopeando - Santiago
BAD TO THE BONE
- Sonoran Desert Holiday - Ron Nelson
- The Alcotts - Charles Ives
- Harvest - John Mackey
- American Salute - Morton Gould
- Bolivar! - Eric Cook
- Epiphanies - Ron Nelson
- 76 Trombones - Meredith Willson (encore)
WE GOT THE BEAT
- Canzona - Peter Mennin
- Intermezzo from 'Cavalleria Rusticana' - Pietro Mascagni
- "Drum Music" Concerto for Percussion - John Mackey
- The Black Horse Troop - John Philip Sousa
- Symphony No. 4 - David Maslanka
A STAR-SPANGLED SPECTACULAR!
July 4, 2013 - Details coming soon