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Through Feb. 1 As Prokofiev lost hope for the production of his opera The Fiery Angel, he found new life for the music in his Symphony No. 3. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra last performed the piece in 1995. The always-affable Peter Serkin brings spirit to Mozart's buoyant Piano Concerto No. 19. Rimsky-Koraskov's Capriccio espangnol takes us to Spain in this beloved piece based on Spanish folk tunes. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora St. Information:

D-Link passing by the Kessler Theater The Kessler Theater is an Oak Cliff icon and recently added to the National Register of Historic Places. It opened in spring of 1942 as a movie theater and was taken over by Gene Autry in 1947. It closed in the 1950's and at some point the building was used as a church. Restored and reopened in 2010, The Kessler is now a live performance theater. Upcoming shows:
  Jan. 30 Kessler City Limits featuring Live 80
  Jan. 31 Shinyribs with special guests The O's
The Kessler Theater is located at 1230 W. Davis St. Information:

Poor David's Pub Poor David's Pub offers live music in a laid-back venue.
Coming up:
Jan. 30 Graham Wilkinson and Shawn Nelson
Jan. 30 Brant Croucher
Jan. 31 South Austin Moonlighters
Poor David's Pub is located at 1313 S. Lamar St.

Image: House of Blues House of Blues showcases an eclectic mix of live music and shows. Coming soon:
Jan. 30 Kate Voegele
Jan. 31 Max Frost
The House of Blues is in the historic White Swan Building, 2200 N. Lamar St., between the West End and Victory Park. Information: 214-978-BLUE or

Gilley's Dallas The South Side Ballroom, South Side Music Hall, The Loft and The Jack Daniel's Saloon are four of the venues in the Gilley's Dallas complex, 1135 S. Lamar. These venues feature top musical performances by today's most popular and up-and-coming bands. Coming up:
Jan. 30 Gregory Alan Isakov
Jan. 30 G-EAZY – From The Bay To The Universe Tour
Jan. 31 Seether and Papa Roach

Majestic Theatre
Live at The Majestic hosts shows ranging from nationally touring concerts and comedy acts to locally produced cultural events in one of the most elegant performing arts venues in the southwest, the historic Majestic Theatre. Upcoming musical performances include:
Feb. 5 Rick Springfield: Stripped Down
Mar. 5 Ledisi
Mar. 21 The Mavericks
Apr. 10-11,
Apr. 17, May 1
Big "D" Classic
The Majestic Theater is located at 1925 Elm St. Information:

Thursday Night Live
Enjoy Thursday Night Live at the Dallas Museum of Art. Included in the lineup is Jazz in the Atrium every Thursday night from 6 to 8 p.m. FREE admission to performance; food and cocktails available for purchase. The lineup includes:
Feb. 5 Yells at Eels. Founded in 1999 in Dallas, the avant-jazz trio Yells at Eels is well known not only within the North Texas music scene but internationally as well. Featuring Dennis Gonzalez on trumpet, cornet, and percussion; Aaron Gonzalez on contrabass; and Stefan Gonzalez on drums, Yells at Eels has released seven CDs and two vinyl records in its fifteen years of existence, and the group received the 2012 Dallas Observer Music Award for Best Jazz Act. Yells At Eels' latest CD, In Deep Waters, has just been released on the Warsaw record label For Tune Records.
Information: 214-922-1200 or

American Airlines Center hosts a busy calendar of big-time arena concerts in styles to suit every taste. Coming up:
Feb. 6 Chris Brown, Trey Songz & Tyga Victory Station image
Feb. 12 Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
Feb. 16 Maroon 5
Feb. 18 Rock and Worship Roadshow
Feb. 26 Juan Gabriel Volver Tour
Catch the music at the AAC in the heart of Victory Park, 2500 Victory Ave. Information: 214-373-8000 or

Granada Theater Enjoy music at the historic Granada Theater. Built in 1946, the Granada Theater opened during the Golden Age of Hollywood as a 700-seat first run movie house. Over the years, this classic example of Art Deco design has been renovated to host live events. Today, the recent installation of big-time sound and lighting systems helps ensure an improved concert experience. Upcoming shows include:
  Feb. 6 Junior Brown
  Feb. 7 A Live One (Phish Tribute)
The Granada Theater is at 3524 Greenville Ave. Information:

Feb. 12-15 Yefim Bronfman returns to the DSO performing Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1, the first large-scale orchestral composition of Brahms and a fitting complement to the Piano Concerto No. 2 heard in the 13/14 season. The second half of the program features Richard Strauss' Ein Heldenleben, or A Hero's Life. Strauss' tone poem tells a tale of a hero, his battles, victories and the end of his life. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora St. Information:

Feb. 14 Spend A Night at the Movies with the Richardson Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy Valentine's Day with the RSO and experience the sounds of the past 75 years of great motion picture scores. From uplifting Rocky and epic Lawrence of Arabia, to the adventurous Pirates of the Carribean and Braveheart. We will celebrate the music of the big screen from legendary composers Henry Mancini, Maurice Jarre, John Barry, Elmer Bernstein, James Horner, Bernard Herrmann, and more. The concert starts at 8 p.m. at the Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive. Information:

Feb. 20 The Garland Symphony Orchesta features Paul Silverthorne, one of the UK's foremost viola players playing Paganini's Sonata for Viola and Orchestra. The GSO will also perform Bellini's Overture to Norma and Berlioz's Harold in Italy. Reinhard Seehafer will be the guest conductor. The GSO continues to celebrate Italy's rich history of orchestral music during its 2014-2015 season, La Bella Italia! The performance begins at 8:00 p.m. at the Granville Arts Center, 300 N. 5th Street. Information:

Feb. 20-21 At Disney in Concert, relive childhood memories with scenes from the new golden age of Disney animation accompanied by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Featuring music from Frozen, Aladdin, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and more. Richard Kaufman conducts the DSO at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora St. Information:

Feb. 21 Enjoy Do You Hear the People Sing, performed by the Plano Symphony Orchestra. Twenty years ago, the creative team of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg changed the course of musical theatre with their masterpiece, Les Misérables. And now, their musical collaboration comes together in one exclusive and unforgettable concert evening. The performance celebrates the lives and music of two of the world's most prolific writers of musical theatre with music from Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Martin Guerre, The Pirate Queen, and Wuthering Heights. The performance begins at 8 p.m. at the Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive. Information:

Apr. 23 Dennis DeYoung: The Music of STYX is at the Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive in Richarson. Dennis DeYoung is a founding member of the rock group STYX. The Chicago-based band originated in 1962 when 14 year old DeYoung and brothers John and Chuck Panozzo gathered in the basement of his childhood home to form one of America's most successful and enduring bands. He wrote and sang several classics including: Lady, Come Sail Away, Best of Times, Mr. Roboto, Show Me the Way, Desert Moon, Don't Let It End, and the 1979 Peoples Choice Award winner, Babe. Information:

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