- $17 for orchestra center-front seating (up to $35 value)
- $27 for orchestra center or side balcony seating (up to $55 value)
- $37 for VIP orchestra center seating (up to $75 value)
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Co-sponsored by VideoFest 28.
Dallas Chamber Symphony: Metropolis
- The Concept: the orchestra performs a live, original score by Brian Satterwhite over the classic German silent film Metropolis
- The Film: a cutting-edge science-fiction movie written by Fritz Lang and Thea von Harbou that explores a classist dystopia
- Highlights: Christopher Dolder of Southern Methodist University’s Division of Dance created avant-garde choreography for the event
Dallas Chamber Symphony
Beyond the glowing plate glass of the Dallas City Performance Hall, the Dallas Chamber Symphony is often hard at work devising ever-more-intriguing ways to welcome people into the world of symphonic music. Its director often places the symphony's talents against the canvas of live silent-film screenings, dance performances, and other media, along with the more usual work of pairing well-known pieces with contemporary compositions. Beyond concerts, the group also reaches out to the community by sponsoring musical competitions, holding pre-concert talks, and tossing staff-paper airplanes into open windows.