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October 31 - November 3

Dvorak 8

Dvořák's Te Deum storms the heavens with praise, while his lyrical Symphony No. 8 stirs the soul. This concert of masterworks also features the enchanting Fairy Tale by Dvořák's son-in-law, Josef Suk.

Tomáš Netopil conducts
Twyla Robinson, soprano
Weston Hurt, baritone
Dallas Symphony Chorus: Joshua Habermann, director

SUK Fairy Tale
DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 8


  • Dvořák

    Te Deum

    The Te Deum has colorful woodwind writing that evokes bird calls and other sounds of the natural world. More>>

  • Suk

    Fairy Tale

    Suk studied with Dvořák and eventually married Dvořák's daughter. More>>

  • Dvořák

    Symphony No. 8

    Dvořák's Eighth Symphony is second only in popularity to his New World Symphony. More>>


  • Tomáš Netopil


    Tomas Netopil is in his first season as General Music Director of Theater & Philharmonie Essen. More >>

  • Twyla Robinson


    Twyla Robinson's incisive musicianship, ravishing vocal beauty, and dramatic delivery have taken her to the leading concert halls and opera stages of Europe and North America. More >>

  • Weston Hurt


    Weston Hurt recently made debuts with Lyric Opera Kansas City and Boston Lyric Opera as Sharpless in Madama Butterfly. More >>

  • Joshua Habermann

    Director, Dallas Symphony Chorus

    Joshua Habermann joined the Dallas Symphony as Chorus Director in 2011. He also directs Santa Fe Desert Chorale. More >>