Monday, December 5, 2011

22nd Annual Deck the Hall Children's Holiday Concert

The Élan Circle of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League (DSOL) is proud to announce Deck the Hall, a holiday concert for children taking place at the internationally renowned Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center on Saturday, December 10, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. The DSO will perform holiday favorites for the entire family, and a sold-out crowd of 2,000 attendees is anticipated.

Deck the Hall is a winter wonderland of music and fun for the entire family. Free lobby entertainment begins at 9:30 a.m. James French, one of Dallas’ leading photographers with over 30 years photographing prominent personalities and events, will be onsite to take photos with Santa. Brook Mays will have an “instrument petting zoo” that allows kids to play and learn hands-on about a variety of different instruments in the orchestra. Stringbini the Clown will be on hand to entertain kids with magic tricks and amusement while they make decorative arts and crafts, listen to holiday carols sung by the Booker T. Washington Chorus, and much more.

At 11:00 a.m., enjoy the sounds of the season as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra plays selections from their annual holiday concert. Kids will enjoy the magic of the holidays with classical carols, favorite songs, and a special visit from Santa.

“Deck the Hall is a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season with your family,” said Alissa Martine, Élan Circle President. “This is one of my favorite events, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have the Dallas Symphony Orchestra partner with us to perform for the first time at Deck the Hall."

Tickets are $19 - $39 and can be purchased at or by phone at 214-692-0203. This event supports the DSO’s education and community engagement programs. Funds raised will benefit more than 75,000 young people in North Texas.

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