The FWSO presents Gustav Holst’s cosmic masterpiece The Planets as you’ve never experienced it before. Projected in HD on a giant screen above the stage, the latest images from modern space exploration provide a stunning visual canvas as the orchestra plays Holst’s glorious score.
She Is Dallas Info: “The Planets: An HD Odyssey” will take place on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 8:00 PM at Bass Performance Hall at 525 Commerce St in Fort Worth.. Seating in the Box Tier or Orchestra section is $80 but you could watch from the Upper Gallery for only $24.00. For more information or to order your tickets, please call 817-665-6000 or visit the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra website. You can also follow the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra on Facebook or the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra on Twitter.
Documentary filmmaker Duncan Copp worked directly with NASA for this project that was completed just last year. Don’t miss its breathtaking North Texas debut!
Concessions will be available. Seating starts 30 minutes before the show. Don’t be late! As a courtesy to performers and other guests, if you are late, you will not be seated until an appropriate break in the performance.
Bass Hall Parking Information
Symphony patrons may use the Carter Burgess Plaza Parking Garage, one block south of the hall. Valet parking costs $12. Valet drop-off is on Calhoun Street on the east side of the hall and on Commerce Street on the west side. Pickup is on Fourth Street. Wheelchair patrons, please note that van-accessible parking is available at the 5th Street entrance to Carter-Burgess Parking Garage. Bass Performance Hall has “curb-cuts” at both East and West Portals, creating convenient drop-off points for wheelchair patrons.