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Many great composers have done their finest work when inspired by the beauty of dance. Some have written full-length ballets intended for virtuoso dancers. Other compositions use the compelling rhythms of dance in works intended for concert performance.

For March, the Garland Symphony Orchestra will feature pianist Sara Daneshpour performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20. Ms. Daneshpour was 1st prize and Gold Medal winner of the 2007 International Russian Music Piano Competition, and 1st prize of the 2003 Beethoven Society of America Competition. She is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music. She is presently pursuing her Master's degree at the Juilliard School with Professor Yoheved Kaplinsky. Ms. Daneshpour has performed not only in her native city of Washington DC, but also in New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Russia, Germany, Finland, Estonia, Denmark, Sweden, the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Carnegie Hall in New York and at the Great Hall of the Moscow. Also on this performance Arnold’s Four Scottish Dances.

To purchase tickets call 972-205-2790 or visit www.GarlandArtsBoxOffice.com. For more information visit GarlandSymphony.org.

Granville Arts Center is located at 300 N. Fifth Street, Garland, TX 75040. The production is in the Brownlee Auditorium of the Granville Arts Center. Parking is free.

• March 14, 8 p.m.

• Tickets are $16.50-$36.50