The Cliburn partners with Downtown Dallas Inc. to bring you a special halloween edition of Cliburn in the Community at Trick or Treat on Downtown Streets. Bring your family and friends along for a night of trick-or-treating, where you can collect delicious candies and treats from local businesses. Don’t forget to show off your costumes and strike a pose at our Halloween-themed photo ops. But that’s not all! We have a lineup of exciting activities planned for the evening, including local artisan markets, arts & crafts for kids, live entertainment, and more.

Learn more about Trick or Treat on Downtown Streets here.


BAZZINI   Dance of the Goblins
AGUILA   Conga
BOLCOM   Graceful Ghost Rag
ERNST   Grand Caprice on Erlkönig
NAVARRO   Son a Papá
SAINT-SAËNS   Danse Macabre


Quickly becoming one of the most talked about and sought-after musical ambassadors to Generation Z, violinist Chloé Trevor has combined her spirit for classical music and her passion for mentoring the youth of today to connect on a personal level with audiences in exciting and innovative ways. She is acclaimed for her “dazzling technique,” “excellent musicianship,” and “bold personality unafraid to exult in music and ability.” Ms. Trevor has appeared as a soloist with orchestras worldwide, including the Dallas and Houston Symphonies here in Texas. She made her New York concerto debut in 2013, and Avery Fisher Hall debut in 2014.

Dedicated to music education and outreach, Chloé regularly connects with students and teachers through interactive performances, masterclasses, and lectures, both in person and online. She enjoys spreading her message of positivity and encouragement to tens of thousands of young people through an extensive and ever-growing social media following. Summer 2018 marked the inaugural year of the Chloé Trevor Music Academy, an intensive two-week program for string players and pianists offering one-on-one instruction, chamber music coaching, masterclasses, orchestral training, and career guidance by the world’s premier soloists, teachers, and conductors.

ABOUT Dzmitry Ulasiuk, piano

Pianist Dzmitry Ulasiuk was raised in an environment of classical music in Minsk, Belarus. He started professional piano studies at age 16 and performed a solo recital of all Chopin music one year later. While working on his doctorate in Belarus, he was recruited to study at TCU. He then continued his studies at SMU, and finally completed his doctorate degree in piano performance at the University of North Texas. A laureate of 17 international piano competitions, Dr. Ulasiuk has performed worldwide, in both solo recitals and with orchestras. In addition to concertizing, he loves to teach and has a thriving piano studio in Plano.

For his Carnegie debut, a critic wrote, “There are times when a reviewer simply decides to put pencil and paper away and enjoy the music, and this was one of those times” (New York Concert Review). Dr. Ulasiuk received critical acclaim for his first two commercial CDs under the Centaur Records label. He is currently working on a third CD of all French music.

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