• 2009-2010 Concert Season

2009-2010 Meyerson Concert Season

We are proud to present our 2009-2010 Concert Series, presented by Elliott's Hardware. From September 2009 through July 2010, this nine-concert series at the magnificent Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center is guaranteed to bring joy and passion to your evenings.

Carmina Burana

Monday, September 14, 2009 — 8:00pm
Tuesday, September 15, 2009 — 8:00pm

Schola Cantorum of Texas
A Cappella Choir - University of North Texas
Meadows Chorale - Southern Methodist University
Texas Boys Choir
Angela Turner Wilson, Soprano
David Small, Baritone
Jeffrey Jones-Ragona, Tenor

Ron Nelson — Savannah River Holiday Overture
Jonathan Newman — As the scent of spring rain...
Vaçlav Nehlybel — Trittico
Carl Orff — Carmina Burana

Deb Fabian

Snake in the Garden

Tuesday, October 13, 2009 — 8:00pm
Deborah Ungaro Fabian, clarinet

Alfred Reed — A Jubilant Overture
Paul Richards — Snake in the Garden
Paul Hart — Cartoon
Paul Hindemith — Symphony in B-flat
Paul Hindemith — March from Symphonic Metamorphosis
 

Organ

The Organ Symphony

Tuesday, November 17, 2009 — 8:00pm

GDYO Wind Symphony, Nicholas Williams, conductor

David Maslanka — Mother Earth Fanfare
Gustav Holst — A Somerset Rhapsody
Michael Daugherty — Niagara Falls
Leonard Bernstein — Slava!
Kathryn Salfelder — Cathedrals
Camille Saint-Saens — Finale from Symphony No. 3 "Organ"

Santa

Christmas at the Meyerson

Tuesday, December 22, 2009 — 8:00pm

A Yuletide gift for your entire family. An evening filled with peace, hope and joy. Many of your holiday favorites. And an audience sing-along!

Richard Strauss — Donner und Blitzen Polka
J.S. Bach/arr. Reed — Sleepers Awake
Sammy Nestico — Kije Takes a Ride 
John Wasson — Jingle Bells Fantasy
Alfred Reed — Russian Christmas Music
David Lovrien — Minor Alterations: Christmas through the Looking Glass
Leroy Anderson — A Christmas Festival

Jeff Hellmer

Swing! Swing! Swing!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010 — 8:00pm

DWS Swing Band
Jeff Hellmer
, piano & guest conductor

Bachendorf'sTake The A-Train — Whispering — Snowfall — Jumpin' At The Woodside — Frenesi — Hawaiian War Chant — American Patrol — Midnight Sleighride — You Made Me Love You — Stealin' Apples — My Little Gypsy — I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm — Sing, Sing, Sing — In The Mood

Jerry Junkin

Firebird & Pines

Tuesday, February 16, 2010 — 8:00pm

United States Military Academy Band
Lt. Colonel Tim Holtan, conductor

Giosue Bonelli — Symphonic Concert March
Ottorino Respighi — The Pines of Rome
Morton Gould — Symphony No. 4 "West Point"
Igor Stravinsky — The Firebird

Sammy Nestico

Sammy's Songbook

Tuesday, March 16, 2010 — 8:00pm
Francois Minaux, flute

The Music of Sammy Nestico

Sammy Nestico — American Spice March
Sammy Nestico — Canyon Country
Sammy Nestico — Tribute to Stephen Foster
Sammy Nestico — Los Valientes
Sammy Nestico — 'Round Midnight
Sammy Nestico — Brassman's Holiday
Sammy Nestico — Stardust
Sammy Nestico — Banner of Glory
Benjamin Godard — Suite for Flute

Tim McAllister

Catch Me If You Can

Tuesday, April 13, 2010 — 8:00pm

Tim McAllister, saxophone

Saxophonist Tim McAllister plays music by Grammy Award & Pulitzer prize winning composers!

Donald Grantham — Southern Harmony
William Bolcom — Concert Suite for Alto Saxophone
V. Monti — Czardas (encore)
John Williams — Suite from "Catch Me If You Can"
John Williams — Adventures on Earth, from "E.T."
arr. Dragon/Rogers — Yellow Rose of Texas (encore)

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Star-Spangled Spectacular!

Sunday, July 4, 2010 — 1:00pm

Lt. Col. John Clanton, guest conductor
The Arts District Chorale

Happy birthday America! It's our red, white and blue salute to Mom, apple pie and Uncle Sam!

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