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Take a journey as young farm boy Luke Skywalker is thrust into a galaxy of adventure when he intercepts a distress call from the captive Princess Leia. The event launches him on a daring mission to rescue her from the clutches of Darth Vader and the evil Empire. Be there as the orchestra plays John Williams’ beloved score live as you are whisked to a galaxy far, far away in this breathtaking film experience.
Ringing in the New Year with the FWSO means starting your evening early with a thrilling concert and beating all of the traffic home to end the evening with your loved ones!
After an explosion of neoclassical energy in the form of Prokofiev's "Classical" Symphony, this program continues with favorites by Beethoven, Mozart, and a 21st century neo-baroque musical fireworks show called "Spectacle of Light."
Twist & Shout celebrates The Beatles in America, beginning with their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964, and following their journey through the USA including highlights from their Shea Stadium and Hollywood Bowl appearances that brought Beatlemania and the British invasion into the hearts of Americans everywhere.
From 1961 to 1971, Motown Records had more than 100 hits in the top 10 hits. That kind of success didn't come by accident — founder Berry Gordy Jr. had a true knack for identifying soul artists with a mainstream pop appeal who would flip the music world on its head. Hear hits by Marvin Gaye, The Four Tops, Michael Jackson, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, and more.
Once proclaimed to be unplayable, Tchaikovsky's soaring Violin Concerto taps into some of humanity's most poignant sensibilities, while Mahler's Symphony No. 1 remains a titan of the symphonic repertoire. Hear both works at Bass Hall performed by the FWSO.
Experience the anguish of a German prison camp in Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time before the sun rises in Brahms' rapturous Trio in E-flat Major for Piano, Violin and Horn.
Reinecke's breezy Flute Concerto acts as a perfect vehicle for FWSO principal flute Jake Fridkis to showcase his mastery before Roberto Abbado, who returns following a successful debut with the FWSO two seasons ago, takes on Liszt's Les Préludes.
Worlds collide in this special program that pairs the musical might of the FWSO with the elegance and poise of Texas Ballet Theater for a program of Stravinsky, Ravel, Brian Raphael Nabors and more.
Can you figure out the riddle? The key to Elgar's Enigma Variations have stumped scholars for more than a century while Saint-Säens' fierce Cello Concerto No. 1 provides a hot-blooded balance to the evening's offerings.
The melodies of Mozart's "Kegelstatt" trio came to him over a friendly game of skittles, while Lutosławski's music bears orderly traces of his mathematics training.
Three of the most sought-after tenors of the 21st century as they perform an exciting and varied program of classic opera arias, Broadway favorites and American standards. Internationally acclaimed American tenors Michael Fabiano, Bryan Hymel, and Matthew Polenzani will perform with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra under the baton of FWSO’s Music Director Robert Spano!
Principal Guest Conductor Kevin John Edusei will conduct this special concert will be the orchestra’s final performance in Bass Performance Hall for the 2022–2023 season.