UPDATE: We have a lucky winner. Tix are gone.
Today we have a real opportunity: A pair of tickets to enjoy wine and snacks while meeting Jose Bowen, dean of SMU’s Meadows School for the Arts, and mingling with members of the DSO Guild. Bowen will discuss the arts scene and rising stars in Dallas in an informal conversation. He’ll also perform briefly on the piano. This all happens on Wednesday March 24 at 7 p. m.
Tickets are worth $50 each. The intimate event’s held in a home in Park Cities. If you’ve been curious about the DSO Guild, this is a great way to learn what they’re all about.
Of course, there’s a little trivia question to answer: The DSO will be performing the ever-popular “Carmina Burana” at its concerts March 25-28. What “animal” sings a passage in “Carmina Burana”?
First to email me at [email protected] wins.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Guild is an organization of business and professional men and women who share a love of good music and strive to provide an educational forum for classical music with particular enthusiasm for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. In addition to presenting ten member events each season, the Guild also hosts a gala dinner each spring, with the funds going to sponsor the Performance Prelude lectures held one hour before each Dallas Symphony concert. The lectures are given on the Meyerson’s lower level in in Horchow Hall, and are free and open to all concertgoers.