Concert to Honor Lives Lost to Racial Violence and Injustice
November 11 | 2020
LAWRENCE LOH CONDUCTS
MICHELLE BRADLEY SOPRANO
REGINALD SMITH, JR. BARITONE
DALLAS BLACK DANCE THEATRE
MELISSA M. YOUNG | ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
ALUMNI OF THE DALLAS SYMPHONY’S YOUNG STRINGS PROGRAM
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Black Dance Theatre and Project Unity host a public concert to honor those who have lost their lives to racial violence and injustice – most recently, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Jacob Blake and Dallas’s Botham Jean. We believe that Black lives matter, and the November 11 concert supports Project Unity, an organization founded by Pastor Richie Butler of St. Luke Community United Methodist Church. Proceeds for the concert are for Project Unity's work to unify Dallas by implementing community-building programs to help heal race relationships between law enforcement and Dallas citizens.
In order to ensure the safety of our audience and of the musicians and performers, our new safety protocols following all social distancing and CDC guidelines will be in practice for this concert, both on the stage and in the audience.
If you prefer to watch the concert from your home, we are also offering access to a live stream of the same performance.
DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
A TENDER PARDON - CHOREOGRAPHED BY CLAUDE ALEXANDER III (PHOTO: AMITAVA SARKAR)
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