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The Dayton Ballet, Dayton Opera and Dayton Philharmonic, through a sustainable and innovative collaboration, locally produce the highest-quality performances, making Dayton a unique place for diverse audiences to experience arts and education vital to life.


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Valentine's Week Brings Powerful Ballet Program with Four Diverse Works

February Fantasy
Dayton Ballet

VICTORIA THEATRE
7:30 pm Thursday, February 11, 2016 with Pizza Prelude 7:00 pm
8:00 pm Friday, February 12, 2016
8:00 pm Saturday, February 13, 2016
3:00 pm Sunday, February 14, 2016

Pre-performance Talk, 45 minutes prior to each performance

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A $72 | B $54 | C $38 | D $21

GERALD ARPINO choreographer – Confetti     
SEPTIME WEBRE choreographer – Fluctuating Hemlines   
MELISSA BARAK choreographer – Tonal Interceptions    
KAREN RUSSO BURKE choreographer – No Strings Attached

Confetti is a fun classical ballet choreographed by the late Gerald Arpino, co-founder and former Artistic Director of the Joffrey Ballet. Three couples dressed in classic dance attire take the stage in a quintessential ballet, punctuated by big leaps and powered by exquisite partnering.

Fluctuating Hemlines returns after a the historic 2013 run on the program Celebration! honoring Dayton Ballet’s 75th season. Choreographed by Septime Webre, it is an edgy ballet that explores facades erected by individuals designed to conceal what they wish others not see.  

Then, Dayton Ballet proudly presents two world-premiere ballets. This first is an original ballet by the engaging Melissa Barak, choreographer and former critically acclaimed dancer with New York City Ballet. Finally, the spotlight shines on Karen Russo Burke as she premieres a brand-new ballet, choreographed with each dancer’s individual strengths in mind. Karen’s extensive experience on stage gives her the perfect perspective to create a new work of art that allows each of her dancers the opportunity to truly shine.


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Jump Back to the Swinging Sixties with Conductor Reineke and the DPO

Music of the Mad Men Era
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | SuperPops

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Friday, February 19, 2016 
8:00 pm Saturday, February 20, 2016

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P $78 | A $63 | B $54 | C $38 | D $27    

JANET DACAL vocalist
RYAN SILVERMAN vocalist
STEVEN REINEKE conductor, arranger
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

Perfect scoring has been a hallmark of AMC’s hit series Mad Men, so we couldn’t resist the opportunity to bring you this delightful concert inspired by the music of the series.

Conductor Steven Reineke leads the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra with his swingin’ take on songs from the 50s and 60s made famous by the likes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, including “Bésame Mucho,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “Feeling Good,” “Somethin’ Stupid” and “Luck Be a Lady.”

Two fabulous singers join us for this space age pop extravaganza!

Mr. Reineke is a conductor, composer, arranger and Music Director of The New York Pops. A native of Tipp City and a DPYO alumnus, we're thrilled to welcome him back to the Miami Valley.

His spectacular arrangements and appearance with your Dayton Philharmonic make for an evening you’d have to be mad to miss. 

Dayton Opera Otello

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Dayton Opera Debut! Like High Drama With Your Music? Otello is a Must-See...

Otello
Dayton Opera

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Friday, February 26, 2016  
3:00 pm Sunday, February 28, 2016

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P $94 | A $89 | B $68 | C $38

Music by GIUSEPPE VERDI | Libretto by ARRIGO BOITO
Based on the play OTHELLO by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

SCOTT PIPER tenor | DANIELLE PASTIN soprano | GRANT YOUNGBLOOD baritone | STEPHEN CARROLL tenor | MELISA BONETTI mezzo-soprano | ZACHARY DEVIN tenor | ADAM FRY bass | ERRIK HOOD baritone | ANDREW PARDINI baritone

Love may be the most powerful force in the world, but jealousy exerts a dark power all its own.

Verdi's penultimate masterpiece, Otello, turns on three important characters - the forceful Otello, his beautiful wife Desdemona, and his crafty, unscrupulous rival Iago. The orchestra is also a key player in the drama, and the orchestral writing reveals Verdi’s growth in the silent decade following Aida. Opening with a dramatic storm in the orchestra that foreshadows what is to follow, Otello sweeps along as the evil Iago gradually hatches his plot to make Otello unjustly fear that his beloved Desdemona is betraying him.

Shakespeare's story, Verdi's music, superb cast, lavish sets, big musical score: this is a superlative experience. Join us for your Opera company's enthralling first performance of this grand opera.


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Music of The Moody Blues, Procol Harum, Yes, ELO & More Comes to the Schuster

Ultimate Symphonic Rock
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Rockin’ Orchestra Series

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Saturday, March 5, 2016

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P $81 | A $66 | B $55 | C $40 | D $29

JEANS 'N CLASSICS rock ensemble
JEAN MEILLEUR lead vocals | LEAH SALOMAA backup vocals | ANDREA KOZIOL backup vocals | PETER BRENNAN guitar | DONALD PAULTON keyboards | DARRYL STACEY bass | PAUL DELONG drums

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra has invited Jeans ‘n Classics to showcase the connection between rock ‘n roll and orchestral sound in a show that will blow the roof off the Schuster Center!

Ultimate Symphonic Rock celebrates the era of progressive rock that blends the lyric, guitar and rhythm elements of rock with a classical sensibility. This is the perfect program to demonstrate the breadth and depth of the Rockin’ Orchestra Series.

Jeans ‘n Classics pairs with your Dayton Philharmonic to perform symphonic rock chartbusters such as Whiter Shade of Pale (Procol Harum), Red Rain (Peter Gabriel), Can't Get It Out Of My Head (Electric Light Orchestra), Crime of The Century (Supertramp), I’ve Seen All Good People (Yes), Living In The Past (Jethro Tull), Lucky Man (Emerson, Lake & Palmer), Nights In White Satin (Moody Blues) and more.

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APRIL 1 & 2 ~ Ballet and Orchestra come together for major production of Romeo and Juliet.
With the DPO providing Prokofiev's breathtaking music, Dayton Ballet tells the story of the star-crossed lovers whose well-known story echoes through the ages. Our excellent dancers bring the story to life, complete with spectacular partnering, outstanding solos, dazzling sword-fighting, stunning costumes, and masterful stagecraft. This production is on both the Ballet and Classical season. Tickets online here.


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