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Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

Really not an symphony afficianado, went for a School function. The building is amazing and the sound quality was great

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Reviewed November 5, 2012

We've been coming to the Dallas Symphony, as members and as occasional patrons, for thirty years. Most of that time, the concerts have been at the Meyerson Symphony Center. We've had the great fortune to hear great groups (the NY Philharmonic and the DSO), great voices (Renee Fleming and Kiri Te Kanawa), and great instrumentalists (just heard Hilary Hahn last week). The hall has a reputation as one of the best acoustic environments for classical music in the world. It is stylish and intimate, with not a bad seat. The DSO, under the leadership of its great music director, Jaap van Sweden, is emerging as one of the best orchestras in the US. Don't miss it!!

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Reviewed November 4, 2012

I was able to get a last minute ticket to the Dallas Symohony and was floored by the Myerson. As a theatre it has a stone grandeur which is noble and reminds me of buildings in Washington. The Dallas Symphony was no less grand. Great company.

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Reviewed October 29, 2012

I.M. Pei's shoe-box design was hailed as both imaginative and majestic when the Center opened in 1989. Acoustician Russell Johnson expressed it was his favorite work and asked in his will that he be buried in the Meyerson.

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Reviewed October 28, 2012

The Orchestra is good but the auditorium is horrible. Seats are hard and lumpy - need to be replaced. Rows are too close together. Balcony stairs are too steep.

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