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MASTERWORKS
Works by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Messiaen, Rachmaninoff, Copland, Stravinsky, Strauss, Wagner, Shostakovich and more 

BALLET
Repertory Programs: Phantom Dances and Innovations, The Nutcracker, Love Vignettes: Carmen and Butterfly Suite

OPERA
La bohème, Cinderella, Star Recital, Going for Baroque!
 

SUPERPOPS
Rodgers & Hammerstein, A Celtic Tenors Christmas, Unforgettable: Nat and Natalie, Fiedler's Favorites II, Havana Nights, The Rat Pack: Symphonic!
 

ROCKIN’ ORCHESTRA
The Music of Chicago, The Music of ELO, Queens of Soul, Symphonic Hip Hop with Wyclef Jean, The Music of The Rolling Stones, Super Diamond

RECITAL SERIES
Strings and Piano Salon, Star Recital, Concertmaster's Choice, Wildcard

 
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PhilharMonster, The Nutcracker, Cinderella, The Musical World of Harry Potter 

 
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SIGNATURE EVENTS
SPECIAL EVENTS

Apollo 13 in Concert, Haydn's Creation, DPO with Amjad Ali Khan, Handel's Messiah, A Charlie Brown Christmas, New Year's Eve: Bella Italia!, Star Wars: Episode IV in Concert, Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert
(Single tickets go on sale June 2019)
 

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Vistas from All Angles as the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Collaborates with Cirque Musica

Cirque Musica: Crescendo
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | SuperPops Concert

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Friday, January 25, 2019
8:00 pm Saturday, January 26, 2019

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NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor WEBSITE

DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

Cirque Musica’s Crescendo is a symphonic theatrical production combining a stirring musical performance from the DPO with the physical feats of international cirque artists. Cirque Musica has traveled the world, blending the majesty of two wonderful artistic traditions: cirque artistry and symphonic music. These renowned physical artists interpret the music as no one else can. You’ll be on the edge of your seat as cirque performers and music soar through the Schuster atmosphere. It will be a feast for both your eyes and your ears!

Join the DPO for the night when the circus comes to town . . . and sets up the tent inside the Schuster!


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Dayton Welcomes Some "New Kids in Town" When Hotel California Joins the Dayton Philharmonic in A Salute to the Eagles

A Salute to The Eagles featuring Hotel California
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Rockin' Orchestra Concert

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Saturday, February 9, 2019

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HOTEL CALIFORNIA rock ensemble 
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor WEBSITE

DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

In an extraordinary career that spans more than 40 years, The Eagles created an indelible musical legacy that includes six number one albums, more than a dozen Top 40 hits, and six Grammy Awards.

Founded in 1986, Hotel California is the premier Eagles tribute band. The band members came together “with the intent of filling the void left by the demise of The Eagles in 1982.” It has been stated that the group is the “next-best thing” to The Eagles themselves, and they carry that spirit worldwide as they celebrate the legendary band, its music, and the memories connected with those songs.

This highly sought-after group has the lead vocal similarity and instrumental authenticity to make true many of The Eagles’ timeless songs. Hotel California joins the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra this February to bring the spirit of The Eagles to the Schuster, performing the band’s greatest hits, including “Take It Easy,” “Heartache Tonight,” “Take It to the Limit,” “Already Gone,” “The Best of My Love,” “Lyin’ Eyes,” “Tequila Sunrise,” “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” “Life in the Fast Lane,” “Witchy Woman,” and, of course, “Hotel California.” In addition, Hotel California will feature a few solo works from Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, and Don Henley.
      

 


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The DPO Celebrates the Human Spirit through Music with a Stained Glass Concert at Inspiration Church

Dayton Philharmonic | Stained Glass Concert Series 

INSPIRATION CHURCH
5:00 pm Sunday, February 10, 2019

 

FREE CONCERT

The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra will travel to Inspiration Church,
2900 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton, Ohio, to celebrate the human spirit through the universal medium of music with their second Stained Glass Series Concert of the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance 2018–2019 Vistas Season. This concert is free and open to the public with no ticket required.

The Dayton Philharmonic’s Stained Glass Concerts are part of a series of community outreach efforts called the Norma Ross Memorial Community Concerts in honor of the late Mrs. Norma Ross, a tireless advocate for music and minority youth. The 2018–2019 Stained Glass Series and Norma Ross Memorial Community Concerts are made possible by the Bob Ross Auto Group.

This year’s Stained Glass Concerts feature the four movements of Ludwig von Beethoven’s delightful Symphony No. 2. Beethoven’s Second Symphony falls quietly between his beloved first symphony and his acclaimed and inventive third symphony, Eroica. At the time he was writing Symphony No. 2, Beethoven was struggling with the fact that his hearing loss was certain and was rapidly worsening. However, that fact did not stop him from composing one of his most energetic and upbeat works.

Between the first two and the last two movements of Beethoven’s masterwork, the DPO will honor the late American composer George Theophilus Walker by performing his 1946 work “Lyric for Strings.” In 1996, George Walker became the first African-American composer to receive the coveted Pulitzer Prize in Music for his beautiful work Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra. Walker passed away just last year on August 23, 2018. Up until the time of his death, “Lyric for Strings” remained one of the most-performed pieces of orchestral music by a living American composer.

This Stained Glass Concert on February 10 will close with the glorious "Bless Me (Prayer of Jabez)" to be performed by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra musicians and the Inspiration Church Praise Team, led by Cynthia Ridgell. The DPO would like to thank Inspiration Church Pastors Corey and Stephanie Cunningham for their warm welcome and eagerness to be a part of the 2018–2019 Stained Glass Concert Series.

The DPO and Inspiration Church wish to extend an open invitation to the community of Dayton to enjoy a celebratory afternoon when classical and gospel music come together to unite our Dayton community.


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Dance from a Plethora of Perspectives at the Victoria Theatre This Valentine's Day Weekend

Perspectives
Dayton Ballet

VICTORIA THEATRE
7:30 pm Thursday, February 14, 2019
8:00 pm Friday, February 15, 2019
8:00 pm Saturday, February 16, 2019
3:00 pm Sunday, February 17, 2019

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GERALD ARPINO choreographer
JUSTIN KOERTGEN choreographer
CASE BODAMER choreographer
MARIANA OLIVEIRA choreographer

Dayton Ballet is thrilled to present Perspectives, a repertory dance program comprising four distinct ballets from four incredibly talented choreographers. Two of these ballets will make their world premieres on the historic Victoria Theatre stage, in keeping with Dayton Ballet’s international acclaim as “The Company of Premieres.”

Considered culturally ahead of its time, Trinity is a ballet choreographed by the late Gerald Arpino, co-founder and former Artistic Director of the Joffrey Ballet. Created during the Joffrey Ballet's residence at University of California at Berkeley, Trinity is a joyful tribute to youth, their passions and their rituals.

Violin Concerto is a classical ballet choreographed by former Dayton Ballet dancer Justin Koertgen. Set to excerpts from Bruch’s Violin Concertos Nos. 2 and 3, this beautiful ballet features four couples in classical ballet attire. DPO Concertmaster Jessica Hung and Principal Keyboard Joshua Nemith will provide the irresistible combination of dance to live music.

The spotlight also shines on two choreographers who will introduce world premieres in this program: former Dayton Ballet dancer Case Bodamer and Mariana Oliveira, Choreographer and Artistic Director of The Union Project Dance Company.

Before each performance, Dayton Ballet Artistic Director Karen Russo Burke will hold a pre-performance talk called “The First Step,” giving audience members a more in-depth look at the upcoming performance and a behind-the-scenes peek at Dayton Ballet. “The First Step” will be held 45 minutes prior to curtain time for each performance in the Burnell Roberts Room at 126 North Main Street, beside the Victoria Theatre. “Behind the Ballet,” a Q&A with dancers that gives audiences the opportunity to learn more about the life of a dancer with Dayton Ballet, will follow each performance in the theatre.

 
 


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Hailed as "the Jimi Hendrix of the violin" by The New York Times, Eileen Ivers Joins the DPO to Bring Some Celtic Spirit to the Gem City

Celtic Spirit featuring Eileen Ivers
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | SuperPops Concert

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Friday, February 22, 2019
8:00 pm Saturday, February 23, 2019

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NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor WEBSITE

DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

Our Vista this month comes from across the Atlantic as the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance invites Eileen Ivers, master of the Irish fiddle, to join the DPO for an evening of Celtic music and tradition.

A daughter of Irish immigrants who was raised in New York City, Eileen Ivers started playing fiddle at a young age, eventually winning the All-Ireland fiddle championships . . . nine times! She graduated magna cum laude from Iona College with a degree in mathematics. However, while pursuing post-graduate studies in mathematics, she delved further into diverse genres of music. Ivers has since established herself as a preeminent fiddler. The Grammy award winner has performed for U.S. presidents and royalty, and the New York Times has called her “the Jimi Hendrix of the violin.” She has performed with more than 40 symphonic orchestras and at many renowned folk festivals. Ivers’ newest CD “showcases how Irish music and dance have integrated with various roots music of North America.”

Get out of the February cold and into the warm hearth of music that will envelop the Schuster in Celtic Spirit!


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Set Sail with a Mob of Mischievious Swashbucklers and a Modern Major General in The Pirates of Penzance!

The Pirates of Penzance
Dayton Opera

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8:00 pm Saturday, March 2, 2019
3:00 pm Sunday, March 3, 2019

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Music by ARTHUR SULLIVAN
Libretto and Lyrics by WILLIAM SCHWENCK GILBERT

OLIVIA YOKERS soprano – Mabel 
JACOB RYAN WRIGHT* tenor – Frederic

TYLER ALESSI baritone – Pirate King
NORAGH DEVLIN mezzo-soprano – Ruth 

GARY BRIGGLE tenor – Major-General

MICHAEL COLMAN* bass – Sergeant of Police

MARISA KARCHIN soprano – Edith

COURTNEY ELVIRA mezzo-soprano – Kate


*Dayton Opera Debut

PATRICK REYNOLDS conductor
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GARY BRIGGLE stage director
DAYTON OPERA THOMAS BANKSTON artistic director
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DAYTON OPERA CHORUS JEFFREY POWELL chorus master
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA


Gilbert and Sullivan’s rollicking comedy centers on the romantic misadventures of Mabel and Frederic, who was mistakenly apprenticed to a band of “reluctant” pirates. Add to that a very model of a modern Major-General, his bevy of beautiful daughters, and a bungling bunch of Keystone Cops–style police, and you have the delightfully wacky operetta that has amused audiences since its 1879 debut. 

Twists and turns abound, interspersed with some of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most delightful melodies. Who could remain unmoved when Frederic woos his future bride with “Oh! Is there not one maiden breast?" Certainly not Mabel, who offers Frederic hope with "Poor wand'ring one."

Set sail with the jolliest group of pirates to swab a stage! It’s a voyage perfect for the whole family!
 

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Free Event:

Stained Glass Concert 
featuring
Beethoven's Symphony No. 2

Sunday, February 10, 2019
5:00 p.m.
Inspiration Church

              
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Sensory Friendly Performance 
Sleeping Beauty: The Story of Briar Rose
Saturday, April 13, 2019
2:00 p.m.
Schuster Center

              
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Next Radio Broadcast
10:00 am, Saturday, February 16  
Discover Classical ~ Live and Local
WDPR 88.1 FM and WDPG 89.9 FM

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra 
Sundae Classics 
   
Bernstein and Brahms     

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10% discount at best area restaurants on DPAA performance dates. Partner Establishments



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Military Appreciation Program
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