Tickets for Meyerson Available

Tickets for Meyerson Available

Southwestern’s annual “A Night At the Meyerson” is fast approaching.  The festival choir will be bigger than ever before, and there will be new additions to make the night of Sunday, Feb. 19 even more memorable.

More than 400 academy students are coming to Southwestern to perform at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, one of the greatest concert halls in the world.  There will be a festival choir, a few songs by Southwestern’s University Singers, a band performance, and new to this year, an orchestra performance.

Tickets are available on sale in the business office at Findley Hall for Southwestern students and in the Advancement Office at Moran Hall for all friends and family.  Student Association will provide the tickets at half-price for all Southwestern students, one discounted ticket per student.

The Vice President of Student Affairs will provide transportation for Southwestern students.  Busses will leave from the Chan Shun Centennial Library parking lot at 5:30 p.m. on the day of the event.

Orchestra level tickets will cost $20, dress circle will cost $15 and the grand tier will cost $10 at full price.

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