The Monday Night Concert 2018-2019. Featuring the Dallas and Ft. Worth Symphonies and The Dallas Winds

Join us each Monday evening at 8pm for rebroadcasts of recent Dallas and Ft. Worth Symphony and Dallas Winds performances as well as vintage performances by the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic and other great orchestras.

May 13
Fort Worth Symphony
Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Colin Currie, percussion

Antonin Dvořák:
  Carnival Overture
Andrew Norman:
  Switch
Bohuslav Martinů:
  Symphony #1

May 20
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
John Storgårds
Augustin Hadelich, violin

Franz Josef Haydn:
  Symphony #94 “Surprise”
Jean Sibelius:
  Violin Concerto
Karl Nielsen:
  Symphony #5

May 27
Performers and repertoire to be announced.

June 3
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
James Gaffigan
Yefim Bronfman, piano
Mané Galoyan, soprano
Sergey Skorokhodov, baritone
Andrei Bondarenko, baritone
The Dallas Symphony Chorus, Joshua Haberman, director

Sergei Rachmaninoff:
The Bells
Franz Liszt:
Piano Concerto #2
P.I. Tchaikovsky:
1812 Overture

June 10
Fort Worth Symphony
Miguel Harth-Bedoya
Pablo Sáinz Villegas, guitar

Zoltan Kodály:
Dances of Galánta
Joaquin Rodrigo:
Fantasia para un gentilhombre
Dimitri Shostakovich:
Symphony #5 in d minor

June 17
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
David Robertson
Orli Shaham, piano

Igor Stravinsky:
Fireworks
Leonard Bernstein:
Symphony #2, “Age of Anxiety”
Igor Stravinsky:
The Firebird (complete)

June 24
The Dallas Winds
Jerry Junkin
Joseph Alessi, Solo Trombone
Bradley Welch, Organ

Ron Nelson:
Sonoran Desert Holiday
Epiphanies
Charles Ives:
The Alcotts from Piano Sonata #2, Concord Mass 1840-1860
John Mackey:
Harvest: Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra without Strings
Morton Gould:
American Salute
Eric Cook:
Bolivar!
Meredith Wilson:
76 Trombones

July 1
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Karina Canellakis
Daniel Müller-Schott, cello

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Symphony #4
Robert Schumann:
Cello Concerto
Edward Elgar:
In the South (Alassio)

July 8
Performers and repertoire to be announced.

July 15
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Pablo Heras-Casado
Renaud Capuçon, violin

Johannes Brahms:
Violin Concerto
Hector Berlioz:
Symphonie fantastique

July 22
Performers and repertoire to be announced.

July 29
Performers and repertoire to be announced.

August 5
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Matthew Halls
Dallas Symphony Chorus, Joshua Haberman, director
Carolyn Sampson, soprano,
James Gilchrist, tenor
Joshua Hopkins, bass-baritone

Franz Josef Haydn:
The Creation (sung in English)

August 1
The Dallas Winds
Michael Haithcock, Guest Conductor
The Donald Sinta Saxophone Quartet

Arturo Marquez:
Danzon No. 2
Percy Aldridge Grainger:
Lincolnshire Posy
William Bolcom:
Concerto Grosso for Saxophone Quartet and Band
Gregory Wannamaker:
Speed Metal Organum Blues
Michael Daugherty:
Lost Vegas, Movement III, Fever
John Philip Sousa:
Pride of the Wolverines

August 19 through September 30
Various orchestras:  New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, etc.