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Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is a Fort Worth based symphony orchestra that performs in the area’s downtown at the well-known Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall. The FWSO is also known to present a summer music festival called Concert In The Garden that is held at Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Being one of the most high-end performers from the orchestra niche, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra tickets are considered to be a real treat among orchestra fans.
Formed in 1925 by musician Brooks Morris, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s first ever conductor and director was its founder. Its debut concert, which was held in the December of the same year, had sixty-eight highly skilled musicians playing at the opening in the presence of about four thousand people at the well-known auditorium of First Baptist Church. During 1943 to 1957, the orchestra disbanded due to the occurrence of the Second World War. When the orchestra re-opened and became active, it was given leadership by Morris who also worked as its director till 1962. The responsibility of musical directorship was then passed on to Ralph R. Guenther and Rudolf Kruger from 1963 to 1965, after which it was given to Ezra Rachlin from 1965 till 1972, following whom it was assigned to John Giordano who worked from 1972 till 2000. Nin 2000, new musical Director Miguel Harth-Bedoya came to the FWSO. Since 1980, musical directorship has been under President Ann Koonsman.
The permanent home of Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Perry R. Bass and Nancy Lee Performance Hall, located close to Sundance Square takes the place of an entire city block. With a seating capacity of more than two thousand, the place was built with privately arranged funds. It is considered to be one of the most prominent symbols among the most successful projects of downtown revitalization works in the country. Its limestone structure takes its inspiration from the renowned European opera house, which has earned it the nickname of downtown Fort Worth’s ‘crown jewel’. The building was designed by architect David M. Schwarz, and reflects the forms of traditional European opera houses. This magnificent hall can entertain ballet, symphony, opera, rock concerts and musicals. Besides being home to the FWSO, it is also home to Cliburn Concerts, Can Caliburn International Piano Competition, Texas ballet Theater, and Fort Worth Opera. The Hall is managed by Performing Arts Fort Worth, which also stages its performances there, with its family series and touring national Broadway productions.
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra relocated its present home in 1998. Since the FWSO is its main resident company, it plays a wide range of pop and symphonic concerts between August and May of the following year. Moreover, while performing it own series of concerts, the FWSO also performs collaborative shows with Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Fort Worth Opera, Children’s Education Program for Bass Performance Hall and Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale.
Concerts in the Garden music festival was begun in 1991 since which year it has been held every year in during June and July. As of 2011, the principle artistic team of the Orchestra includes Amy Adkins as the company’s president, Miguel Harth-Bedoya as its music director, Ron Spigelman as its principal pop conductor, Andres Franco as its associate conductor and John Giordano as its conductor emeritus. The FWSO’s most recent recording, of which some have been released through their label include Asleep At The Wheel which features the FWSO; INTI, Three Centuries of Peruvian Music featuring Filarmonika; Voulme I of The Composers Voice featuring music by Kevin Puts and Gabriela Lena Frank; Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf which features as its narrator, Michael York; Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.5 of E. Minor featuring Opus 64 from Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra; and Sentimiento Latino featuring Juan Diego Florez from Decca who is a Peruvian tenor. Book Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra tickets and be there for some high-culture music that promises one of the most memorable musical experiences.
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