So, whoever said you can’t relive the past? They’re probably the same ones who are trying to squeeze into their high school prom dresses.
Well, naysayers take note: The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is proving happily that the yesteryears are being resurrected with the players being smarter, more glamorous, and having traveled the world in gaining a world-renowned reputation.
It was just revealed that hearkening back to 2011 Barbara and Don Daseke are returning to co-chair the 2019 Dallas Symphony Orchestra Gala.
And, they so enjoyed their reign of music in 2011, they’re going to have 2011 feature violinist Joshua Bell also make a return to the Meyerson stage with the DSO on Saturday, September 28.
And for a touch of neighborly love, Kathryn and Craig Hall, who are the First Folks of the Hall campus that includes everything but a hospital just across Flora from the Meyerson, will serve as the honorary co-chairs.
With all the frequent-flier points in the Dasekes’ and Halls’ flight-rolls, it will be an amazing experience to have these two worldly couples in the same ZIP code for once.
Now, what about attending?
There are a variety of choices:
- Full-evening Gala tickets start at $1,250 each and include the pre-concert reception, dinner, premium concert hall seating and the After-Party. For full Gala tickets, tables purchases, sponsorships and underwriting opportunity, contact Tab Boyles at 214.871.4045!
- Concert and After-Party tickets only will be available as a DSO subscription add-on starting Friday, February 8.
- Individual tickets will be available on Wednesday, April 7.
So, LDD (“Lock Down the Date”) on your fall schedule. After all, the first black-tie event of the final-four-month season is a must for the beautiful, music-loving people.