Dr. Paul Phillips to Serve as Guest Conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Dr. Phillips will lead program at Meyerson Symphony Center Nov. 17-20
Dr. Paul Phillips, professor of music and music director of the acclaimed Meadows Symphony Orchestra, will serve as guest conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra at the Meyerson Symphony Center this week, Nov. 17-20. Dr. Phillips will lead a program featuring the spellbinding French pianist Lise de la Salle, who brings youthful spirit to Rachmaninoff's romantic and beloved Piano Concerto No. 2. Other works to be performed include the Overture to Der Freischütz by Weber, and the Mathis der Maler symphony by Hindemith. The concert is part of the Texas Instruments Classical Series. For more information, visit the Dallas Symphony website.
Dr. Phillips returns to SMU to conduct the Meadows Symphony on Dec. 2 and 4 in a concert featuring excerpts from Wagner’s operatic masterwork Die Walküre, featuring Virginia Dupuy and renowned Wagnerian tenor and new Meadows chair of voice Clifton Forbis as soloists. More information.