Due to the conditions caused by the ongoing inclement weather, this event scheduled for 8:30 p.m. this Sunday night, May 17, 2015 in Annette Strauss Square has been moved inside the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House on the campus of the nonprofit AT&T Performing Arts Center.
- All tickets for the performance are still valid.
- Standing room tickets are now General Admission seated in Orchestra, Mezzanine, Dress Circle and Grand Tier on a first come, first served basis.
- The Lobby and House will open for seating at 7:00 p.m.
- There will be access to exclusive orchestra seating for Center Circle Members. The Members Lounge on the 2nd level will be open for lounge day pass holders, Gold Circle and higher member levels. Call Membership Services to join at 214-978-2888.
- Members and lounge day pass holders are to check in at the membership tent by the front doors upon arrival to receive credentials.
- Parties that wish to sit together should arrive together; no seats can be held for latecomers.
- Passes for Lexus Red Parking, if purchased, are still valid.
The Center and DSO thank you for your patronage and understanding regarding this unavoidable change of venue. Patrons with questions can call the AT&T Performing Arts Center Box Office at 214-880-0202.
Before Annie Clark enchanted the alt-rock world as St. Vincent, whose music The Guardian calls “astonishing,” she was a performer right here in North Texas. The Grammy Award winner returns home for the inaugural SOLUNA: International Music & Arts Festival, with a live show bound to become a local music legend. Playing with musicians from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, St. Vincent will bring her engrossing brand of musical performance to the Center’s outdoor venue, Annette Strauss Square.
St. Vincent is a multi-instrumentalist who studied at the prestigious Berklee School of Music and has released four albums, including 2014’s St. Vincent, which was featured on the best-of lists from Time, Rolling Stone, The Guardian and Entertainment Weekly. She has collaborated with music legends like David Byrne and Nirvana, and has opened for megastars like the Black Keys and Arcade Fire.
The St. Vincent show is a collaboration between the Dallas Symphony and the AT&T Performing Arts Center.