Garden Serenades, The Dallas Opera


April 10, 2021 to May 02, 2021

This event occurs weekly, 1 week(s) on Sunday, Saturday


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Additional Information


The Dallas Opera (TDO) continues to bring live presentations back to the Greater Dallas area this spring with a collection of free chamber music concerts at community and arts partner sites throughout April and May.

Garden Serenades is a series of four weekend chamber music programs, performed by members of The Dallas Opera Orchestra. Concerts featuring small ensembles of string and brass players will take place at the Dallas Museum of Art (April 10 & 11), Annette Strauss Square, as part of the Dallas Arts District Changing Perspectives Block Party that spotlights Dallas arts groups (April 16), Klyde Warren Park (April 17 & 18), the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens (April 24 & 25), and Nasher Sculpture Center (May 1 & 2). Programs are approximately 40 minutes in length and are performed twice each day with a break in between performances.

Earlier this year, TDO announced its three-event “Welcome Back” Song Series in the Winspear Opera House, marking the company’s first live performances since February 2020 when the pandemic forced the cancellation of in-person events.

Garden Serenades concert schedule:
(Note that All venues will follow the CDC’s guidelines for health and safety including recommended guidelines for social distancing outdoors.)

Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 North Harwood, Dallas TX 75201
Saturday, April 10 at 1pm and 2pm
Sunday, April 11 at 1pm and 2pm

Strauss Square, 2389 Flora Street Dallas, TX 75201
Friday, April 16 at 9pm
One performance only, part of DAD’s Changing Perspectives Block Party

Klyde Warren Park, 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas, TX 75201
Saturday, April 17 at 1pm and 2pm
Sunday, April 18 at 1pm and 2pm

Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland Road, Dallas, Texas 75218
Saturday, April 24 at 1pm and 2pm
Sunday, April 25 at 1pm and 2pm

Nasher Sculpture Center, 2001 Flora Street Dallas, Texas 75201
Saturday, May 1 at noon and 1pm
Sunday, May 2 at 1pm and 2pm