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A series of short films by director Ty Kim.

Meet the legendary teacher who launched the careers of some of the most renowned artists of our time. Lev Aronson as told through the eyes of his students including the principal cellists of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Dallas Opera, his family members and an author who wrote a book about Maestro Aronson. Their memories shared for the first time will make you cry, laugh and think not only about music but true life lessons. Find out how Lev Aronson inspired them, molded them, healed them and how the power of music transforms lives. The Los Angeles Emmy Award winning filmmaker and special guests will appear live. A special film will also be shown about the composer and conductor Victoria Bond who broke barriers as the first female graduate of the conducting program at Juilliard and the first woman to be appointed conductor of a major symphony orchestra.

Author Frances Brent

Cellist Mitchell Maxwell

A Family Perspective:  Cheryl Surana and Joy Jamerson

Cellist Christopher Adkins

Cellist Brian Thornton

Composer and Conductor Victoria Bond

...and a few surprise guests!

NOTE: Tickets will be limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. Advanced purchase is recommended.

The Meadows School of the Arts
Southern Methodist University
6101 Bishop Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75205

Tell Me A Story About Lev Aronson Official Trailer

More About Ty Kim



Earlier Event: June 28
Later Event: June 30