An April Arts Salon


salon — /suh’ lahn/ noun / an assembly of guests in such a room, especially an assembly common during the 17th and 18th centuries, consisting of the leaders in society, art, politics, etc.

Mayor Mike Rawlings has named April as Arts Month in Dallas and eleven prominent arts organizations are joining forces to present a special program sampling the wide diversity of talent and entertainment available in the City. The program, titled “An April Arts Salon”, will be presented on Saturday, April 29, 2017 beginning at 7:30 PM in the Sanctuary of the Cathedral of Hope, 5910 Cedar Springs Road, in Dallas. Seating is general admission and tickets are $25 each available online at or by calling 214.526.3214.

This gala evening is being co-produced by the Turtle Creek Chorale and the Bruce Wood Dance Project. Joining them on the program are Open Classical — DFW, the Women’s Chorus of Dallas, Linda & Larry Petty, Bandan Koro, Beckles Dancing Company, Uptown Players, Fine Arts Chamber Players, the Cathedral of Hope Choir and Rhythmic Souls Tap Dance Company. Master of Ceremonies for the event will be Mark Landson, Director of Open Classical — DFW.

Bruce Jaster, Executive Director of the Turtle Creek Chorale, says, “The centuries-old custom of people gathering in the salon to sing, play and dance for one another is magnificently civilized and great fun! There are so many accomplished arts organizations in Dallas, and it will be wonderful to be able to experience some of the best ones all together in one evening.”

“We are so excited about bringing all this talent together at one time,” adds Gayle Halperin, Director of the Bruce Wood Dance Project. “This event will be a sampling of great performances — something that is usually just impossible to find. We can’t think of a better way to bring the Mayor’s Arts Month in Dallas to a close.”

“An April Arts Salon” will be presented in two acts. Complimentary refreshments will be offered during intermission sponsored by Gayle Halperin and Heritage Auctions. Graphics for promotion and the evening’s program are being provided by Lisa Arbogast of Eye Candy Creative.

CLICK HERE to get tickets to “An April Arts Salon.”

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