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Works by Bernstein, Mendelssohn, Gershwin, Brahms, Smetana, RV Williams, Debussy, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, and more 

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BALLET
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Verdi’s Requiem, The Great Gatsby, The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, 80th Anniversary Ruby Jubilee 

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OPERA
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Verdi’s Requiem Season Opening Spectacular, The Barber of Seville, Turandot, The Consul

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SUPERPOPS
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Doc Severinson, Jackie Evancho, Swinging’ Holiday, Fiedler’s Favorites, more

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ROCKIN’ ORCHESTRA
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The Music of Prince, Elton John, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, more

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CLASSICAL CONNECTIONS
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Composer profiles of Harrison, Bernstein, RV Williams, Tchaikovsky 

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Works by Prokofiev, Bernstein, Einaudi, Verdi, Franck, Honstein, Bach, Vivaldi, more     

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PhilharMonster, World of Wonder, Orchestra from Planet X, plus Wildcard

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The Czech Master's Mighty Eighth Symphony Transports You Through Twilight to a Radiant Dawn

Dvořák's Eighth: Shadow and Light
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Masterworks Series

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Friday, September 22, 2017
8:00 pm Saturday, September, 23, 2017

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BERNSTEIN Candide Overture     
HARRISON Piano Concerto  
DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 8  
  
KRISTOFER RUCINSKI piano 
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor 
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

This season we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth. We'll kick off the Masterworks season with Bernstein’s Overture to Candide. It is a fitting opening 
both to the comic operetta (based on Voltaire’s Candide) and to the The Great Ones season.

Considered a member of the “West Coast Maverick school of composers,” Lou Harrison questioned or rebelled against many aspects of the Western musical tradition. The program features Harrison’s Piano Concerto, which was written for jazz pianist Keith Jarrett. Guest pianist Kristofer Rucinski is steeped in Harrison’s music. He will make this excellent music jump off the page. 

The evening concludes with Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8, one of the most highly regarded orchestral works of the nationalistic era.


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Record salesman, florist, animal nurse, forestry firefighter . . . and composer!

Bold Pathfinder: Lou Harrison 
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Classical Connections Series

SCHUSTER CENTER
3:00 pm Sunday, September 24, 2017

Q&A and Graeter's Ice Cream Social directly following the concert

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HARRISON "Estampie" from Suite for Symphonic Strings 
HARRISON Piano Concerto 

KRISTOFER RUCINSKI guest pianist 
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor, presenter 
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

American composer Lou Harrison is not as much of a household name as other composers, yet he should be. Considered a member of the “West Coast Maverick school of composers,” he questioned or rebelled against certain aspects of Western musical tradition in his compositions. Harrison worked to create new harmonies and tunings, giving his music an original, distinctive voice in American music.

Neal kicks off this program with “Estampie” from Suite for Symphonic Strings. Then, Maestro Gittleman gets into the heart of the matter with fascinating insight and explanation of Harrison’s Piano Concerto, along with musical excerpts to allow for greater understanding by the audience of Harrison's unique, stylistic work.  

On the second half of the program, the orchestra will perform the Piano Concerto in its entirety. Guest pianist Kristofer Rucinski is well versed in Harrison’s music. He’s a native of Ashland, Kentucky and currently graduate assistant at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. 


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Dayton Philharmonic Musicians Come Out to Meet You Where You Live: First Event Sept 26th at VA Center


DAYTON VA MEDICAL CENTER PAVILION, FARMER’S MARKET here 
MIXED TRIO
Tuesday, September 26, 11:45 am–12:45 pm, 2017

Charles Pagnard, trumpet
Stephen Ullery, double bass
Michael LaMattina, percussion

AMBER ROSE RESTAURANT here
HOFELDT STRING DUO
Wednesday, October 25, 6:30–7:30 pm, 2017
 
Elizabeth Hofeldt, violin
Mark Hofeldt, cello

DAYTON METRO LIBRARY, MAIN here 
STRING QUARTET
Sunday, December 3, 3:00–4:00 pm, 2017

Kara Camfield, violin
Scott Moore, violin
Leslie Dragan Peoples, viola
Ellen Nettleton, cello

EMPORIUM WINES & UNDERDOG CAFE, YELLOW SPRINGS here 
STRING & HARP QUARTET
Saturday, January 13, 3:00–4:00 pm, 2017

Leslie Stratton, harp
Katherine Ballester, violin  
Kim Trout, viola
Christina Coletta, cello


 


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Vocalist Mackenzie Green and his Killer Rock Ensemble Come Together with Your DPO for an Explosive Tribute to The Purple One

The Music of Prince: A Rock and Symphonic Tribute 
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Rockin' Orchestra Series 

SCHUSTER CENTER 
8:00 pm Saturday, September 30, 2017

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MACKENZIE GREEN vocalist  
NISAN STEWART music director 
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor 
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

The 2017–2018 Rockin’ Orchestra series explodes onto the stage with an opening performance celebrating the indelible music made famous by the fabulous rock artist, Prince. 

Starting in 1979, Prince Rogers Nelson was a strong, innovative performer in the world of rock and roll. He made his own way through the music industry, making his rock and roll, his blues, his image distinctive.

When Prince performed, there was so much more than just a man and his guitar. His wide vocal range and instrumental dexterity, along with his flamboyant personality, made each performance one-of-a-kind. His music on its own took rock and roll into entirely new directions.

For this electrifying evening, vocalist Mackenzie Green and music director Nisan Stewart join your DPO with many of Prince's best-known hits, including “Little Red Corvette,” “Kiss,” “When Doves Cry,” “Purple Rain,” “Raspberry Beret,” and many more. 


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Works by Mendelssohn, Bach and Beethoven Come Together for a Beautiful Program Linking Faith and Music

Mendelssohn and the Reformation
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Masterworks Series

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Friday, October 13, 2017
8:00 pm Saturday, October, 14, 2017


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BACH Cantata No. 80, Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott  
BEETHOVEN Choral Fantasy  
MENDELSSOHN Capriccio Brillant 
MENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 5, "Reformation" 

ANGELA CHENG piano
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor     
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA CHORUS 
HANK DAHLMAN director, DPO Chorus 

The year 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. International events throughout the year will recognize Martin Luther and the historic moment he nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg.

The world of music, always heavily linked to the world of faith, has long contributed to the celebration of Reformation Day. The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra continues this tradition with a four-part program bookended by Bach’s Cantata No. 80 and Mendelssohn’s Reformation Symphony, both of which commemorate Martin Luther’s accomplishment.

We welcome acclaimed pianist Angela Cheng for her dazzling interpretations of both the 
Choral Fantasy and the Capriccio Brillant.


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Dayton Philharmonic
2016-2017 Retrospective
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