The Half Dozen

  1. Nasher Sculpture Center  – “’til Midnight at the Nasher” will host live outdoor music and film screenings in the Nasher Garden. Guests can also partake in tours and view the permanent collection and special exhibitions. The Nasher Cafe offers bar service and food, as well as grab & go snacks the night of the event. Admission is free. This event will take place at 6 p.m. on April 15.
  2. Shen Yun – Shen Yun features one of the world’s most ancient and richest dance systems as well as all-original orchestral works. Shen Yun opens eyes to a civilization of beauty and wisdom. Shows will be held on April 15-17. Admission starts at $80.  
  3. Garland Symphony Orchestra –  Garland Symphony Orchestra present the April concert of their Mozart con Amore season. Selections will be played from Mozart’s “Overture to Cosi fan tutte,” Albinoni’s “Oboe Concerto in D Minor” and Bizet’s “Symphony No. 1.” The concert will be held on April 15 at 7:30 p.m. Admission starts at $17.50. 
  4. Dallas Symphony Orchestra – Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Dvořák’s “New World Symphony.” Selections include Mendelssohn’s “Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt”  — Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage — Overture, Schumann’s “Piano Concerto,” and Dvořák’s “Symphony No. 9,” “From The New World.” Concerts will be held between April 14-16. Admission starts at $41. 
  5. Dallas Contemporary – Artist Natalie Wadlington features her richly colored figurative paintings in her exhibition at Dallas Contemporary. She will present a new series of paintings. Opening day will be held April 16 and will be on display through August 21. Admission is free.
  6. Shakespeare Dallas – Shakespeare Dallas presents Movies in the Park, featuring classic films on the lawn at Samuell-Grand Amphitheater. On April 15  “Grease” will be shown, and on April 16 “Purple Rain” will be shown. Tickets start at $15.


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