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Dallas Symphony

Located at 2301 Flora Street in the Arts District of downtown Dallas, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. During Eduardo Mata's tenure as conductor which lasted from 1977 to 1993 and included two performances at Carnegie Hall, a European tour, three concerts in Mexico City, and three in Singapore, an election bond held in 1979 allocated $2.25 million for the grounds of a new concert hall. In 1982, $28.6 million was bonded for construction of the new concert hall in the Dallas Arts District.

The beautiful new facility was welcomed as "world-class, rivaling the great concert halls of the world." The only thing that rivals the splendor of the concert hall is the performance inside. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has enjoyed global success including four performances at Carnegie Hall, and numerous global concerts and tours.

For a night at the symphony, casual or after-five wear is recommended. Reservations are highly recommended for both of the culinary experiences within the Meyerson. For a night filled with mesmerizing architecture, radiant audiences and an outstanding musical experience, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is an experience that is hard to top, not only in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metropolitan area, but in the world.