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The Philadelphia Orchestra's 12th Tour of Asia
The Choral Arts Society of Washington's 9th Tour with Classical Movements - South America
In the Footsteps of Leonard Bernstein and Michael Tilson Thomas
Notre Dame Congregation Applauds Grammy Award Winner Pacific BoyChoir
Glen Ellyn Children's Chorus in China, Celebrating 40 Years of Excellence
Yale Glee Club
Choir of America's 2nd Oldest College Tours Romania, Hungary, Slovenia & Croatia
NSO's Triumphant 75th Anniversary West Coast Tour
Ithaca Children's Choir Tours Italy
World's Oldest Orchestra Tours USA
Portuguese Youth Ensemble, Os Violinhos, Travels to Austria & the Czech Republic
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra makes two triumphant tours to Carnegie Hall in 2005
Music in the Favela, Cidade de Deus, Rio de Janeiro
From the Big Apple to the Lone Star State
Youth Orchestra of the Americas Brings Diverse Talent to South America on 2005 Residency and Tour
From the Big Apple to the Lone Star State
Dallas Symphony takes two tours with Classical Movements in 2005


In April the combined forces of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Chorus, and Children's Chorus of Greater Dallas traveled to Music Director Andrew Litton's hometown, New York City, for two performances at Carnegie Hall. The first performance opened with the familiar sounds of Strauss' Also Sprach Zarathustra; after intermission the orchestra and Maestro Litton were joined by the two choruses and featured soloists Heidi Grant Murphy, Andrew Skoog, and Richard Zeller in a stunning performance of Orff's Carmina Burana. The following day Litton led the orchestra and chorus in a unique family concert featuring orchestral and operatic favorites from around the world.

In November, the DSO embarked on a regional tour of four Texas cities under the baton of guest conductor Giancarlo Guerrero. Repertoire for the tour featured Huapango by Jose Moncayo, Brahms' Symphony No. 2, and the Barber Violin Concerto with 14-year-old soloist Shannon Lee. The opening concert of the tour played to a standing room only audience at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, followed by a performance the next evening at Maestro Guerrero's alma mater, Baylor University, in Waco. The final two tour performances were at the University of Houston and Texas A&M University in College Station. In keeping with the DSO's strong focus on education, the tour also included master classes by principal musicians in Stephenville, Waco, and Houston.

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