Best symphony hall in the north Texas area. Every seat offers a great view. Parking is possible and nearby.
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The Meyerson Symphony Hall is a beautiful place to hear beautiful music. The acoustics are excellent. The building is visually pleasing. Dallas is proud of this place in our Arts District.
I'm not a big I.M. Pei fan, but this is a nice building with a really good Performance Hall. Unfortunately, the orchestra seemed better when I first heard them in their temporary band shell in Downtown Dallas, Flag Pole Hill or the Arboretum. Perhaps its...More
I am a regular visitor to the symphony hall. There isn't one bad seat in the house. The acoustics are such that the listener feels surrounded by the music, no matter where seated. Try the champagne during intermission or perhaps a quick dessert.
What a wonderful music hall, convenient to Dallas and surrounding cities. Parking could not be more convenient, and the staff are very professional and friendly.
Dallas has been upping its arts game in the last few dates, and the Meyerson is a big part of that. This building is beautiful—thoroughly modern outside and delightfully old-world on the inside. The acoustics are amazing in the main hall and make the DSO...More
I always buy several tickets during the season and also attend their Christmas Performances. coming from Europe with high expectations, I must say, I am impressed. They often have good deals and the only thing I do not like is the parking situation as sometimes...More
I have been a regular symphony goer ever since the Meyerson opened. I have Aldo seen flamenco dancers, Tony Bennett, and Lyle Lovett here, to name a few non orchestra performances. The acoustics are terrific, and I have sat in a variety of seats.
Something not to miss, unfortunately, the city of Dallas has allowed the sweetheart deal with parking , with the developer who lives in California, and charges outrageous rates to park your car for concert. If you agree, suggest you write your city Council person to...More