Dallas Arts District presents
Please note: This event will take place in the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, East Lobby.
Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
8:00am – Registration, Coffee Bar, Table Seating
8:30am – Welcome
8:45am – State of the Arts District
9:00am – Featured Artist | Speaker
$1,500 | Premiere VIP Sponsor | Table of 8 | Eight Through the Lens: Dallas Arts District books, one for each guest or to give as gifts | Logo Recognition
$800 | VIP Sponsor | Table of 8 | Two Through the Lens: Dallas Arts District books to give as gifts | Logo Recognition
$550 | Table for 8
$75 | Individual
$25 | Artist (limited number)
Discounted Parking for $5.00 available for the HALL Arts Garage at the Cathedral with entrances on Crockett or Pearl.
DALLAS ARTS DISTRICT is proud to announce the return of the Annual Community Breakfast, featuring Dallas native and artist, Cherish Robinson as the featured artist/speaker, December 14, 2022, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, East Lobby.
Cherish Robinson (AEA) is an award-winning theatre and music industry veteran. With a career that has spanned over the last two decades, audiences have enjoyed her sounds throughout the United States, Europe and beyond as an artist, producer, composer, music director and songwriter. Her voice has been featured behind some of the industry’s most notable performers like Erykah Badu and The Roots of the Tonight Show, and as a background singer on national shows like The Colbert Show. As a producer, Cherish has produced and vocal arranged for artists around the country like Elle King, The Texas Gentlemen, and Paul Cauthen, and shows like Big Little Lies, Grey’s Anatomy, and the Amazon Prime Original Movie, My Spy.
Cherish’s deep love, knowledge, and appreciation for a wide span of musical genres led her to offer her voice as an arts contributor for publications like Elisia Magazine, and radio shows like The Midday Lockdown. Recently heralded as the artist who offered “one of DFW’s sharpest musical theater moments” by Broadway World Dallas, Cherish has been seen on stages across North Texas and beyond.
Recent credits include Sister Act (Savannah Theatre, ICT MainStage, Water Tower Theatre), Madagascar (Casa Manana), Detroit 67 (Jubilee Theatre),_ Passing Strange_ (Theatre Three), All Shook Up (Grand Prairie Arts Center/Music Director). One of the highlights of Cherish’s career was composing, music directing and starring in Solstice at Theater Three written by Dallas-native, Jonathon Norton and composing the black album written by Regina Taylor. Cherish enjoys teaching and coaching voice and piano to her many students. She is writing a book, The Vocal Parallel, slated for release this next year.
Special thanks to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, presenting sponsor for the event.
Please review Meyerson’s Updated COVID-19 Protocols here: Protocols