Feedback from July 26 Summer Strings Concert at Zion Lutheran Church

“After all these months of scarce diet of canned performances on the Internet it was like a spring of fresh water in a desert. I don't remember the last time we enjoyed music so much. Great program and very brave of you to have put it together.” Subscriber

“Happy to share my thoughts about your great show last night.  I hope it sets an example of how good music can be performed by small orchestras in great acoustical spaces.” Board Member 

“A very nice concert, and the logistics re social distancing, etc... worked well- congratulations! Could be a model of how smaller organizations can be flexible and more easily return to concerts in the fall than the larger groups, with proper protocols. So I am not sure what the [Facebook] diatribe was about.”  

Orchestra Member

 "The safety precautions were extremely well done, everybody was at least six feet away [from each other]. I decided to attend the performance because of my passion for baroque music. I was having an acute shortage of music to listen to. The safety precautions were extremely well done, everybody was at least six feet away

 [from each other]” Doctor and Subscriber

Did You Know...

The orchestra gets its name from the present area of Texas and Mexico which was originally called New Spain by the Spanish explorers. We present music from 'Old' Spain in the land of New Spain.

ORCHESTRA OF NEW SPAIN 

11615 Forest Central Dr.  Dallas, TX . Ste 305, Dallas, TX 75243

Pegasus Musical Society 501(c)3 dba Orchestra of  New Spain