Tuesday, October 9, 2018
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An Intimate Evening With Haley Hoops
Graciously Underwritten By
Rosemarie Marshall & Lee Wilkins
6:30 to 8:30 PM
Private Home - Ms. Eleanor Krebs
6047 Walnut Hill Circle
Dallas, TX 75230
Not many people have the chance to chat with & have a glass of wine with one of our beloved Dallas Orchestra musicians. Don’t miss this very special opportunity.
Haley will play for us and tell us all about the horn.
She is the winner of the 2013 International Horn Competition of America and has been the second chair horn player with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra since 1999.
Haley has played nationwide with orchestras that include the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Richmond Symphony, The Grant Park Festival Orchestra, The Fort Wayne Philharmonic and Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra.
Haley also performs with the DSO-sponsored children's educational brass quintet Symphony YES!, and Voices of Change, a Dallas-based contemporary music ensemble.
Horns were originally made of animal bones. Today’s horns are made of beautiful, shiny brass and are always seen in every symphony orchestra.
It was a popular instrument, used in hunting and in wars. They were frequently connected to religious themes and shown in paintings where they were often played by angels.
Horns were first used in the 16th century operas. Haydn’s Horn Concertos I & II are simply magnificent pieces.
To find out more, don’t miss this unique opportunity!
Sharon Knowles –
President / Innovators of the Dallas Symphony
Red Violin Program Founder