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3:00, Sunday, January 22
Gospel, Spiritual and Classical
Members of CALVARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR ~ CHURCH OF JUDAH FAMILY WORSHIP CHOIR ~ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR ~ GREATER ST. JOHN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR ~ INSPIRATION CHURCH CHOIR ~ OMEGA BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR ~ NEW FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR ~ NEW ZION MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR ~ ST. MARGARET'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH CHOIR ~ TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR ~ TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CHOIR
and GRECIA VAUGHN mezzo-soprano
with the DAYTON PHILHARMONIC
conducted by NEAL GITTLEMAN
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Lights, Camera... the Oscars! Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | SuperPops Series
8:00 pm Friday, January 20, 2017
8:00 pm Saturday, January 21, 2017
P $79 | A $62 | B $54 | C $39 | D $29
SEAN MACLAUGHLIN vocalist
MARIE DANVERS vocalist
ALICIA HALL MORAN vocalist
PATRICK REYNOLDS conductor
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Forget the Grammys! It’s the Oscar-winning movie music and lyrics that we carry in our hearts.
We're celebrating the upcoming Academy Awards with a concert of music made famous by the best movies ever filmed.
Even if you’ve never seen Breakfast at Tiffany’s, you know “Moon River.” And although you don’t own a pair of ruby slippers, you can sing along with “Over the Rainbow.” Those are only two of the many songs that Academy Award-winning movies have etched into American culture.
Spend an evening with the Dayton Philharmonic and our three powerful guest singers for the best of the best in cinematic music.
Grab your tickets now . . . afterwards you'll agree it's an evening in which you Could Have Danced All Night!
Jeans ’n Classics returns to the Schuster Center with the exceptional voice of Gavin Hope at its forefront, emanating all the soul you can handle. Covering 50 years of music—from R&B to Motown, from funk to disco to contemporary pop—this show celebrates the work of 20 of the finest African American recording artists. Artists including Stevie Wonder, Isaac Hayes, Seal, Smokey Robinson, Pharrell Williams, and Outkast have produced songs that have lasted through the years and will light up this evening.
Concertmaster's Choice Dayton Philharmonic Instrumentalists | Chamber Series
DAYTON ART INSTITUTE RENAISSANCE AUDITORIUM
3:00 pm Sunday, January 29, 2017
Pre-performance talk at 2:30 with WDPR's Larry Coressel
Adult $22 | Senior $20 | Student $14
L. MOZART Selection from Twelve Duets for Two Violins
W. A. MOZART (attributed) Duet for Two Violins in G major, "Der Spiegel" ("The Mirror")
W. A. MOZART Duet arranged for Two Violins in A minor from the Piano Sonata, K. 331 "Rondo alla Turca"
SCHUBERT Quintet for Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello and Double Bass in A major, “The Trout”
EWAZEN Trio for Trumpet, Violin and Piano
SAINT-SAËNS Septet for Trumpet, String Quartet, Double Bass and Piano in E-flat major
JESSICA HUNG concertmaster, violin | KARA MANTEUFEL violin | SHERIDAN KAMBERGER CURRIE viola | CHRISTINA COLETTA cello | DEBORAH TAYLOR bass | CHARLES PAGNARD trumpet | JOSHUA NEMITH piano
Dayton Philharmonic Concertmaster Jessica Hung and a few of her good friends from the DPO present an afternoon of gorgeous chamber music in the intimate setting of the Dayton Art Institute. Jessica's program opens with works from the Mozarts; both father and son! Next, we hear a quintet from one of the young masters of classical chamber music, Franz Schubert, who had the magical city of Vienna as his inspiration for the wealth of music he created in his short 31 years of life. A trio is next for trumpet, violin and piano with a selection from contemporary composer Eric Ewazen, who hails from our great state of Ohio. The concert closes with a septet from the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns, a musical prodigy of the late 19th century who has been acclaimed as the “consummate master of composition,” having composed over 140 melodies over the course of his lifetime.
February’s performance by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dayton Philharmonic Chamber Chorus features three sensational works, opening with Arnold Schoenberg’s full orchestration of Bach’s St. Anne Prelude and Fugue.
“Sing unto the Lord a new Song” is next on the program. The motet was a much-used choral form in Bach’s time. This work, his first motet, demands a great deal from its singers while delivering rapturous beauty to its audience.
“To write a symphony, for me, is to construct a world.” So stated Gustav Mahler. Conductor Neal Gittleman and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra brings the world of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony to the Schuster stage. The symphony is referred to as the Giant. While not as lengthy as many of his other works, the symphony probably earned its nickname due to its vast conceptual scale.
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