Free Memorial Day Concert by the Dallas Symphony – May 31

Kick off the summer with a free concert by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra on Memorial Day, May 31 at 8 pm at Flagpole Hill.  The Memorial Day Concert will finish with a spectacular fireworks display by Pyrotex.    Each year, The Dallas Symphony Orchestra conducts community concerts and admission is always free for these concerts. For a complete lineup of free concerts, please click here.

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Community Parks Concert Series is a series of free outdoor performances by the Symphony in Dallas-area parks held throughout the spring. Produced in conjunction with the City of Dallas’ Parks and Recreation, these concerts attract up to 30,000 music enthusiasts annually.

MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM

REI HOTODA, conductorfree-concert-dallas-symphony
PAMELA KING, mezzo

Custer: The American Frontier
Bagley: National Emblem
Suppé: Overture to Light Cavalry
Anderson: Bugler’s Holiday
Rodgers: Johnny One Note from Babes in Arms
Pamela King, mezzo
Sousa: Semper fidelis
Kamen: Suite from Orchestra from Band of Brothers
Gould: American Salute

Handy: St. Louis Blues March

Sousa: Washington Post March
Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
Tchaikovsky: 1812, Overture solennelle, Opus 49

LOCATION  Flagpole Hill – north of White Rock Lake

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