Dallas Symphony Orchestra Promotes Instrument Drive in South Dallas

Dallas News announced The Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO) is launching a South Dallas residency to help area children have access to musical instruments and instruction at no charge. A drive aimed at acquiring instruments for the program began this month and will continue through at least March. 

Classical instruments (from modest to fancy) can be donated at Top Ten Records, 338 W. Jefferson Blvd. in Oak Cliff, as well as at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. 

Reaction to the drive has been quiet so far. Clarinets have been the donation of choice. While the woodwind is certainly welcome, other orchestra instruments are still being sought. publishes every week.
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