Show artwork for Dvořák’s Violin Concerto
Neighborhood

Dvořák’s Violin Concerto

{{ vm.availability_status }}
Buy Tickets

Dvořák’s Violin Concerto

Thursday, March 16—Sunday, March 19, 2023

Thursday, March 16—Sunday, March 19, 2023
Southfield, Monroe, Beverly Hills
2 hours

The concert opens with Dvořák’s celebratory, even rowdy, carnival atmosphere, and continues with his Violin Concerto, which employs traditional Czech dances. Tai Murray, whom The New York Times has described as “superb,” is the soloist. Skoryk’s Melody is a moving evocation of his native Ukraine, while Beethoven’s second symphony evokes pastoral themes at the culmination of his early era.

Performances

Choose a performance from the dates below

{{ item.display_day }}, {{ item.display_month }} {{ item.display_date }}

{{ item.facility }} at {{ item.display_time }}

{{ item.facility }}

On Sale
Limited Availability
Sold Out
Buy tickets

{{ item.display_day }}, {{ item.display_month }} {{ item.display_date }}

{{ item.facility }} at {{ item.display_time }}

{{ item.facility }}

Limited Availability
Sold Out
{{ badge.name }}

Program

ANTONIN DVOŘÁK
Carnival Overture
ANTONIN DVOŘÁK
Violin Concerto in A minor
MYROSLAV SKORYK
Melody
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
Symphony no. 2 in D Major

Artists

  • Michael Balke

    conductor

  • Tai Murray

Michael Balke

conductor

Tai Murray

Recommended For You

HEAR THE POSSIBILITIES

$

Your generous gift makes world-class music at the DSO possible, fueling the community connections, life-changing education and captivating programming that impacts more than 500,000 people a year!

Artwork for Southfield, Monroe, Beverly Hills
Presented at
Southfield, Monroe, Beverly Hills
Neighborhood Venues

Our Stories

EXPLORE