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Halloween on Bald Mountain: Mussorgsky, Liszt, & Stravinsky

Composers often explored the mystery and finality of death in their work, and the reaper's specter itself animates this FWSO program of supernatural bon bons. Liszt's "Totentanz," or "Dance of the Dead," invokes the same Gregorian "Dies Irae" chant that now features in so many films focused on mortality. In Stravinsky's Pétrouchka, gloriously colorful orchestrations call a dead puppet's spirit from beyond the grave, and Rimsky-Korsakov resurrected Mussorgsky's now-seminal A Night on Bald Mountain and its music witches sabbath to cause generations of listeners to enjoy a slight shiver.

The Holiday Season is Upon Us!

Concerts for the Season

From fall festivities to holiday classics, the FWSO is performing and your family can come together to hear live music in your hometown. 

At the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

2021–2022 Season Announced

The 2021–2022 season features 31 performances of 10 Symphonic programs, 21 performances of 7 Pops programs, 4 special one-night-only performances, and 3 Family Series performances.  including a gala concert featuring World-Renowned violinist Sarah Chang.

Dinner and Dancing at the Annual Symphony Gala

Join us for A Gala Evening with Sarah Chang on February 26, 2022.

Health & Safety Guidelines

To stay informed about changes we are making to keep our patrons, musicians, and staff safe for live performances, please view our health and safety guidelines.

Ticketing Policies & Procedures

For more information about our policies, exchanges, and our Ticket Turn-Back program, please view our Ticketing Policies and Procedures page.