Candlelight is illuminating Dallas with a series of magical concerts in the city’s most enchanting venues, where you’ll get to experience classical music in a whole new light. Taking place in stunning venues such as Frontiers of Flight Museum, Edison’s and The Filter Building, you can let the music take you on a journey you won’t soon forget.
Surrounded by flickering candles and the beauty of these historic and unique spaces, you’ll be transported to a different time and place. With world-class musicians performing everything from Bach to Beyoncé, these intimate concerts are an unforgettable way to experience the power of music.
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Music fans out there are not ready for this! You’ll get to experience classical tributes to some of the world’s greatest artists at this space and aviation history museum. The museum’s exhibits and artifacts provide a captivating backdrop for beautifully candlelit performances. The museum’s main hall is particularly grand, with its soaring ceilings and an impressive collection of aircraft and spacecraft, making it an ideal setting for live music. If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind venue to enjoy some classical music, the Frontiers of Flight Museum should most certainly be on your list.
Located one mile south of downtown Dallas, you may know Edison’s as the number one wedding spot. The venue is popular due to its rustic charm, elegant atmosphere and stunning architecture. With its exposed brick walls, wooden beams and vintage lighting, Edison’s offers a unique and memorable setting for classical music concerts, as well. The overall ambiance of the venue, coupled with music performed by live musicians while surrounded by hundreds of candles, creates a romantic experience that is sure to impress everybody.
Founded in 1856, the current building is the congregation’s fourth home. The Greek Revival structure was designed by C. D. Hill & Company and it features Corinthian columns, which flank the entrance doors on Harwood and Wood Streets. It’s interior features a semicircular amphitheater with curved seating and beautiful stained glass windows made by the Kansas City Stained Glass Works Company in 1912.
Nestled along the banks of White Rock Lake, this scenic venue was originally built in 1922 and used to house large pumps that filtered water form the lake into the city’s water supply. Today the building has been restored and is an ideal place for hosting events due to its spacious interior. With its industrial charm, high ceilings, the Filter Building is sure to inspire and delight concert-goers.
The award-winning hotel is a popular venue for weddings, celebrations, special occasions and corporate events. Located in the Dallas Arts District, the hotel features an art collection from local and global artists that can be found in the hallways and in individual guest rooms.
After having enormous success around the world—in cities like London, Manchester, Madrid, and Paris—Candlelight concerts are lighting up Dallas as well, in all of its glory! You won’t want to miss out on these amazing performances played live by gifted world-class musicians.
Grab your family and friends, choose your favorite venue and ease into this calming and delightful musical experience.
Note: For the safety of our audience, all of the candlelight will be provided through flameless candles.