Established in 1900, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra began as a 40-member ensemble and has since grown into a world-renowned orchestra performing in one of the finest concert halls in the world.
The orchestra is hosted in the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, a world-class symphony hall that has become a famed landmark on the Dallas skyline. The center rests in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, a unique, 19-block neighborhood in the heart of the city that is the center of the region's cultural life. Home to some of the city’s finest architecture, consisting of museums, churches, performing arts centers, hotels and restaurants, this buzzing district plays a vital role in the orchestra’s function.
In addition to The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, visitors enjoy outstanding cultural entertainment, including innovative chamber opera and grand opera performances by the Dallas Opera at the Winspear Opera House, classic and groundbreaking theater by the Dallas Theater Company at the Wyly Theater, and a variety of performances and programs throughout the district.
2301 Flora St, Dallas, Texas 75201, website, Phone: 214-849-4376
More things to do in Dallas: the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden which was featured in "10 Best Botanical Gardens for Families."
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