Behind The Scenes

Tuesday, March 12, 2019
6:30 - 8:30 PM

At the home of:
Jeffrey & Rose Gault
5940 Meletio Ln, Dallas TX


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The Innovators of the Dallas Symphony cordially invite you to our Behind the Scenes meeting on March 12, 2019. 
Our guest musician is:




You must meet Mr. McHenry, Outstanding Bass Trombone Player with our DSO!


Some historians believe the Trombone originated from the primitive trumpet from Egypt.

It was originally made of copper or silver, but by the Middle Ages, it was made of bronze. Others say it has existed since early Hebrew times as horns were discovered in the Pompei ruins.


Nowadays it is a brass instrument.


In Italian and German, it means “LARGE TRUMPET”.  Its sound is deep and strong. It is used in religious ceremonies, jazz bands, big marching bands and symphonic orchestras. It has an impressive presence. This past season the DSO premiered an outstounding Trombone piece that required various trombones. 


We will gather promtly at 6:30 PM at the residence of Colonel Jeffrey AND Rose Gault, 5940 MELETIO LANE, DALLAS, TX  75230.

From 6:30 PM TO 7:00, we will enjoy light food and wine.

 At 7:00 PM, there will be a Young Strings Performance. From 7:30 - 8 :00 PM, our Guest Musician will perform and share details about his successful career, followed by approximately 10 Minutes for Q&A concluding a wonderful evening of music and learning.



Sharon Knowles –
President / Innovators of the Dallas Symphony
Red Violin Program Founder


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