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2022 – 2023

For the 19th season finale concert, the New Texas Symphony Orchestra performs acclaimed classical works by Gustav Mahler and introduces female Swedish composer Amanda Maier-Röntgen. Maier-Röntgen’s Violin Concerto will showcase the talent of Angela Fuller Heyde, Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s principal second violinist.

The concert concludes with a rare performance of Symphony No. 2, G Minor (Song of a New Race) by William Grant Still, who many consider the dean of African American classical composers. This symphony is “the last of a trilogy of works depicting the African American experience, [and] presents the vision of an integrated American society.”

Before the concert and during intermission, members of the Dallas Metroplex Musicians’ Association, an affiliated organization with the National Association of Negro Musicians,  will perform and provide information about their organization, whose mission is to promote the achievements of African American musicians, develop, showcase, and sponsor young artists, and provide opportunities for performances of all genres of music while preserving the Negro Spiritual, sacred music, and traditional hymns.


Date: Sunday, May 21, 2023 – 3 pm

Location: Moody Performance Hall | 2520 Flora St. Dallas, Texas 75201

The New Texas Symphony Orchestra (NTSO) is excited to kick off its 2022-23 season of free concerts and events with STAGES: GENESIS.

GENESIS, the first concert of the STAGES season, explores the origin of many traditions within the orchestral world and marks the return of the NTSO’s Community Concerto Competition. One of only a few competitions of its kind in the country and the only one in North Texas, this local competition offers adult amateur musicians the opportunity to perform with the NTSO and receive a cash prize.


  • Edvard Grieg, Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46
  • Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto for Two Oboes in D Minor, RV 535
  • Howard Hanson, Symphony No. 2, Op. 30, Romantic

We hope you join us as we fill Moody Performance Hall with inspiring and vibrant music!

New Texas Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit, all-volunteer performing arts group dedicated to bringing free live concerts to the greater Dallas community. Your generous donations support our mission to bring these free concerts to our community. Thank you for supporting our programs!

Date: Sunday, October 23, 2022 – 3 pm

Location: Moody Performance Hall | 2520 Flora St. Dallas, Texas 75201


We will be returning to NorthPark and Redbird this holiday season to play some of your holiday favorites!


NorthPark Center

December 2, 2022,  7 PM



December 3, 2022, 2 PM


Specific Location information TBA

New Texas Symphony Orchestra - Season 19: STAGES Film and stage actress Denise Lee joins the New Texas Symphony Orchestra on STAGE for POPS, a live concert featuring film and stage musical favorites with hits from Frozen, Wicked, and West Side Story. Tickets are FREE (first come, first serve) and available to the general public.

Sunday, March 12, 2023, at 3 PM,  Doors Open at 2:30 PM

Visit HERE to reserve your free seats TODAY!




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