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2022-2023 Season Announcements!

Friday, March 31 at 7:30 pm

Cantatas & Tonadillas 

Featuring Nicholas Garza & Haley Sicking

Zion Lutheran Church

6121 East Lovers Lane, Dallas TX 75214

Tickets $30, $10 students

Tickets available via 

or by calling 214-871-5000

The Viennese had their symphonies, the Italians their operas, and the Spanish the street theater and the liturgy.  While the King worshipped to the sounds of the Capilla Real, the people flocked to the public theaters for the major writers, and the half-time intermission of the tonadillas - intermezzos - for real entertainment. Join us for this popular program of baroque works from Mexico by Manuel de Zumaya and from Spain by Francisco Courcelle, sung by exceptional Dallas specialists. Backdrop for the voices will be the orchestra, including Haydn as a symphonist preferred by the Spanish court.  His Symphony 44 ‘Mourning’ evokes for us the losses in Ukraine however ends on a hopeful note.

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Saturday, April 22, 6:30 pm

Tangos & Astor Piazzolla

Home & Garden Concert

In garden and patios of Preston Hollow home

Wine, Buffet, Valet $70

Tickets available via

or by calling 214-871-5000


Join us for this program of Argentinean music ranging from traditional tango for dancers to modern classics by Piazzolla, including some original tango chamber works. The duo of Ben Thomas on bandoneón (Austin-based Atlas Tango Project) and Gabe Hall Rodrigues on piano come to us from Seattle where they currently perform for dancers and concert audiences. Their music combines the passion, lyricism, and rhythmic energy that makes tango so beloved around the world.

Friday-Saturday, May 12-13
7:30 pm, 3 pm

Apolo & Daphne

Moody Performance Hall

2520 Flora Street, Dallas TX 75201

Tickets $75, $50, $30, $10 students

Tickets available via

or by calling 214-871-5000


A staged musical comedy of the baroque period based on the myth of Apolo and Daphne, which tells of the conflict of Apolo and Cupid for the love of the nymph Daphne. The first act was written by the celebrated Sebastián Durón and the second by Juan de Navas to a series of lively dance rhythms. Production team includes stage director Federico Figuroa, choreographer Jaime Puente, costumes and sets Antonio Bartolo.


Saturday, June 17

Celebrating Juneteenth

Zion Lutheran Church

6121 East Lovers Lane, Dallas TX 75214
Tickets $30, $10 students


Date TBA

St. Paul Lutheran Church and Christian Academy

5725 S. Marsalis Ave, Dallas TX 75241

Admission complimentary 

For our third celebration of the Texas roots of Juneteenth, we continue featuring classical music and song by Black composers. Highlighting the rich vocal tradition of the Black community, we feature celebrated soprano and versatile Dallas chorus master Alfrelynn Roberts with traditional spirituals.  This program honors composers who have overcome and succeeded. 

Thanks for following the Orchestra of New Spain
as we continue to bring you exciting music
in safe Live Concert situations.

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