Concerts in north Texas for the budget-conscious

Posted on: November 6, 2017

“The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is a great area for classical music lovers, especially those on a budget,” writes Alice Zhang in Thursday’s (11/2) D magazine (Dallas). Among free and low-cost concerts in November, “Winners of the Cliburn International piano competition [perform] as a part of the Cliburn in the Community initiative. On 11/3, 2017 silver medalist Kenny Broberg will perform … and 2017 bronze medalist Daniel Hsu will perform … on 11/2.” At Fine Arts Chamber Players concerts, “held at 3pm on Saturdays at the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Symphony Orchestra Principal Harp Emily Levin and guitarist Colin Davin [perform on] 11/11…. If you’re looking for the traditional orchestral classical music experience, head on over to the Meyerson Symphony Center on 11/24 or 11/25 for an evening of Schumann and Prokofiev” with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. “Tickets start at $19…. Been a while since you’ve heard some Shostakovich? Stop by Fort Worth’s iconic Bass Performance Hall 11/10-12” to hear the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra “with pianist Behzod Abduraimov. On the program is Shostakovich’s 1st Piano Concerto.… Tickets start at $20.”

Posted November 6, 2017