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14 Photos from the Meadows Community Concert Series

The Meadows Wind Ensemble kicked off the concert series at the Dallas City Performance Hall

On Friday the 13th, Meadows kicked off a new community concert series to showcase talented performers in venues around Dallas. The first event featured the Meadows Wind Ensemble, which has become an annual tradition in Dallas. This year, the MWE played the classics under the sparkling lights of the Dallas City Performance Hall. Photographer Kim Leeson was on hand to capture the night.

The next installment of Meadows’ community series will be the Meadows Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, September 29 at 3 p.m. They’ll perform a program of 20th century gems:
Einojuhani Rautavaara’s 1995 rhapsodic Isle of Bliss, followed by two Maurice Ravel works written in homage to Baroque style, the 1919 Le tombeau de Couperinand 1910’s Pavane pour une infant. The concert concludes with the intrigue and grandeur of Suites 1 and 2 from Manuel de Falla’s 1919 The Three-Cornered Hat, a lively and lyrical work originally composed as a ballet for Sergei Diaghilev.

Check out the full community series list right here: The Meadows Community Concert Series

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