Lay Family Concert Organ Celebrates 25 Years
C.B. Fisk’s Opus 100 was inaugurated on September 2, 1992
Rising the full height of the concert chamber behind the stage, the Herman W. and Amelia H. Lay Family Concert Organ serves as the focal point of the Eugene McDermott Concert Hall at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. The instrument’s 4,535 pipes are dispersed over six divisions, which are played from four manuals and pedal. Organist Michael Murray and the Dallas Symphony under Maestro Eduardo Mata inaugurated Opus 100 on September 2, 1992.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is celebrating all season long with concerts featuring the organ as well as recitals by three eminent organists as part of the Opus 100 Organ Recital Series, sponsored by Jeanne R. Johnson.
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2017/18 CONCERTS FEATURING THE LAY FAMILY CONCERT ORGAN
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center | 2301 Flora St. | Dallas, TX 75201
Hilary Hahn: September 21-24
A Celebration of Singing: October 8 (Free Concert)
Opus 100 Organ Recital Series - Michel Bouvard: October 15
Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony: November 16-19
Dallas Symphony Christmas Pops: December 1-17
Big Brassy Christmas & Organ Extravaganza: December 4
Opus 100 Organ Recital Series - Isabelle Demers: February 11
Opus 100 Organ Recital Series - Ken Cowan: April 22
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20: April 26-28