DALLAS SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION
UT SOUTHWESTERN – Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute
Drs. Jonathan Fisher, Assal Habibi, Lisa Wong and Robert Zatorre, world-renowned brain scientists and clinicians, discuss music and art’s incredible power to shape young minds and influence early childhood learning. Discover how music is perceived and enjoyed in an afternoon of multimedia lectures and engaging performances.
A lyrical documentary and a new video take the audience through an intimate journey into the world of composer Richard Wagner through the lens of his great-great-grandson and visual artist Antoine Wagner. The evening begins with cocktails at 6:30 PM and concludes with a discussion led by the artist.
AT&T Performing Arts Center Nancy B. Hamon Hall | 8PM
DR. JACOB-IVAN EIDT
DALLAS GOETHE CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS
Dr. Jacob-Ivan Eidt will speak about the origins of Wagner’s romantic ideal of the complete work of art – a combination of Greek tragedy, Beethoven’s musical innovation and Germanic mythology – as it is embodied in his masterpiece Die Walküre.