Dallas Symphony Balances Accessibility and Artistry in Soluna…

written by Niche.LA Video Art May 14, 2015


Dallas Symphony Balances Accessibility and Artistry in Soluna ReMix Performance. 

Over the weekend, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s latest ReMix program, “Hollywood Exile,” provided an alternative view of music composed for film, shedding light on an important chapter in the history of classical music in America. The concert, which was presented under the umbrella of the DSO’s ongoing SOLUNA Festival, explored music composed during the 1930s and ‘40s by immigrant composers like Korngold, Stravinsky, and Schoenberg, each of whom were respected classical composers in Europe before they fled Nazi advances and found a new home (and second career) in Hollywood.

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