Friday, October 26, 2012
Dallas Symphony Orchestra cancels Klyde Warren Park performance because of chilly weather
It's going to be about 50 degrees late Saturday morning.
DALLAS When Klyde Warren Park opens this weekend in Dallas, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will not be there after all. "Unusually cold temperatures" have forced the musical group to postpone their performance, which was supposed to be at 11 a.m. Saturday. The weather could damage the instruments, according to a press release.
The DSO will perform sometime in spring 2013 instead, and the the DSO brass quintet will perform at the ribbon cutting on Saturday morning.
“We regret Mother Nature did not cooperate on such an exciting and important day,” said DSO President and CEO Jonathan Martin in a statement. “... We are thrilled to be participating tomorrow with our fabulous brass musicians, and look forward to future performances in the park by the full Dallas Symphony.”
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