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Dallas Symphony and Bloomberg Television teaming up for three concert broadcasts this fall

Programs to include Mozart’s ‘Requiem’ and the DSO’s annual holiday show.

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Bloomberg Television, a pay television network, are partnering for three broadcasts this fall. All of the programs will be recorded and produced by the DSO, which began creating concert videos last year.

Offerings will include:

  • Trumpeter Chris Botti playing a range of jazz, pop and rock pieces with the DSO. Airing starting Nov. 12.
  • Music director Fabio Luisi conducting Mozart’s Requiem in the DSO chorus’s first appearance since the beginning of the pandemic. Airing starting Dec. 4.
  • The DSO’s annual holiday show, featuring festive music and a visit from Santa. Airing starting Dec. 18.

The Mozart Requiem will also be available on the DSO’s online concert platform.

The DSO and Bloomberg TV previously partnered for a televised broadcast of the DSO’s holiday concert in 2020.

In This Story

Tim Diovanni, Staff Writer. Tim Diovanni is reporting on classical music in a fellowship supported in part by the Rubin Institute for Music Criticism, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation. The News makes all editorial decisions.

tim.diovanni@dallasnews.com @howeyehearit
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