Thursday, October 16, 2008

DSO's new maestro conducts


Dallas Symphony Orchestra's new music director Jaap van Zweden conducts during the season-opening performance at the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008.



photos &copy Mark M. Hancock and The Dallas Morning News


Pianist Emanuel Ax (left) takes a bow as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's new music director Jaap van Zweden (right) enters during the season-opening performance at the Meyerson Symphony Center.


Dallas Symphony Orchestra music director Jaap van Zweden conducts during a performance at the Meyerson Symphony Center. The Dutch-born van Zweden studied at The Julliard School.



Dallas Symphony Orchestra music director Jaap van Zweden conducts during a performance at the Meyerson Symphony Center. He will conduct the orchestra three times this season.



Dallas Symphony Orchestra's new music director Jaap van Zweden conducts during the season-opening performance at the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas. The program included the Mozart Piano Concerto No. 25 (performed by pianist Emanuel Ax) and Mahler's Fifth Symphony.



Please read, "Dallas Symphony, under new maestro, soars to previously unimaginable heights" by Scott Cantrell / The Dallas Morning News


2 comments:

Daniel Han said...

Fantastic photos! I've never seen anyone capturing a conductor in action so well! Also they're visually complex yet superbly composed photos!

As soon as I saw them, it felt as though I was actually at the concert, seeing him live.

Mark M. Hancock said...

Thanks Daniel. :-)