Dallas Symphony’s 2022-23 season: choral works, world premieres by Balch and Negrón, fourth Women in Classical Music Symposium

Posted on: March 7, 2022

“With hopes that COVID-19 will be farther in the rearview mirror, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra has announced a full 2022-23 schedule of performances,” writes Scott Cantrell in Friday’s (3/4) Dallas Morning News. “Although a new director for the Dallas Symphony Chorus has yet to be named, [Music Director Fabio] Luisi will lead the reconstituted full chorus and orchestra in Verdi’s Requiem and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana and Catulli Carmina…. Paul McCreesh will conduct Mendelssohn’s Lobgesang Second Symphony and Hubert Parry’s Blest Pair of Sirens. The 2022-23 season will include two world premieres: Arquitecta by composer-in-residence Angélica Negrón (with Colombian singer Lido Pimienta as soloist) and a Cello Concerto by Katherine Balch (with cellist Zlatomir Fung)…. Principal guest conductor Gemma New will lead two subscription programs and the New Year’s Eve concert…. Assistant Maurice Cohn will lead excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker…. Pinchas Zukerman will return as artistic and principal education partner…. The fourth Women in Classical Music Symposium, to be held Nov. 6-9, will honor soprano Julia Bullock and include … works by three female composers: Julia Perry … Clara Schumann … and Louise Farrenc…. The DSO once again will offer on-demand video streams of select performances at its media portal.”