Transylvania Time Warp: The Music of Rocky Horror
Friday, October 31, Halloween, Concert from 8:00 to 10:30 pm
Citilites Restaurant opens at 5:00 | DJ on Wintergarden stage at 6:00
Single tickets: $15 | $25 | $35
JEANS 'N CLASSICS rock ensemble
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor
Calling all time-warpers! First there was the Broadway show, and then the cult movie classic. Now, we bring you the the rock concert.
Get ready for a one-of-a-kind Halloween treat as orchestra and rock band combine forces to focus on the music of the Rocky Horror phenomenon. It's a full-tilt rock concert featuring all the top tunes.
Dress like your favorite character and come ready to hear your favorites: “Dammit Janet" | "Over at the Frankenstein Place" | "Time Warp" | "Sweet Transvestite" | "I Can Make You a Man” | "Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me" | "Wild and Untamed Thing" and many more!
Join our Dance Mob! Call Helen Garcia at (937) 224-3521 x 1114 for more info.
So come up to the lab (the Schuster Center) and see what's on the slab (the Mead Theater Stage) to hear your favorite music from the movie in an unforgettable performance by the DPO and our partners in horror, Jeans 'n Classics. PLEASE—no open flame, squirt guns, prunes or hot dogs in the theatre.
Saturday, November 1, 6:00 pm to 11:30 pm
Formal Attire | Complimentary Valet Parking
Net proceeds benefit the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance
From the sounds of the Dayton Philharmonic and the Bob Gray Orchestra to the thrill of guests dancing on stage, from the taste of a delectable dinner shared with friends to the feeling of exuberance as we celebrate our performing arts—this is an event you will not want to miss!
Highlighting the best performing arts in the region, exquisite cuisine, specialty cocktails, unique silent and live auction items, and more—this is the event that everyone will be talking about well into the holiday season.
Schedule of Events
6:00 to 7:30: Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in the Wintergarden
6:00 to 10:00: Silent auction—Explore, experience, entertain, enrich...enjoy!
7:30: Seated dinner in the Wintergarden—Dayton Ballet dancers on DP&L Stage—Live auction featuring a variety of singular experiences
9:00 to 11:00: Dancing on the Mead Theatre stage to the DPO and the Bob Gray Orchestra
9:00 to 11:00: Cocktails and music (Kara Shay Thomson, soprano; Jeffrey Powell, accompanist) in the Donor Lounges
9:00 to 12 midnight: Dancing in the Mathile Theatre with DJ Dan Haug
Friday, November 14, 8:00 pm (Take Note 7:00)
Saturday, November 15, 8:00 pm (Take Note 7:00)
Single tickets: $11 | $14 | $25 | $38 | $49 | $61
BERLIOZ Symphonie fantastique | Lélio
DAVID PORTILLO tenor | KENNETH STAVERT baritone
GARY BRIGGLE narrator
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA CHORUS
HANK DAHLMAN chorus director
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique, otherwise known as Fantastic Symphony: An Episode in the Life of an Artist, is a five-part depiction of a tortured artist who falls wildly in love with a woman he’s seen only once; a woman who completely possesses his passions.
In fact when he thinks of her, he hears vivid music in his head. He imagines himself overdosing on opium and dreaming that he has killed his beloved and is being executed by beheading. It’s music of madness and compulsion.
For the final movement he dreams that he’s at a witches’ sabbath… for his own funeral. Spooky stuff.
In a rarely performed sequel to Symphonie fantastique, Maestro Neal Gittleman has programmed Lélio, or the Return to Life. The piece incorporates orchestra, chorus, featured soloists and spoken text and brings our besotted artist back to reality.
Four Fridays ~ 2015 ~ 8:00 pm
July 10, July 17, July 24, July 31
The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance is announcing its very first Summer Music Festival in downtown Dayton... and it’s on sale now!
CURRENT ROCKIN' ORCHESTRA SUBSCRIBERS - we are saving your seats for you for this new series until October 31 (this month). Call (888) 228-3630 and hold your seats for just $100.
This new four-concert series is performed, festival style, on consecutive Friday nights in July 2015 - bringing you the best touring groups backed by your own Dayton Philharmonic at the Schuster Center.
Guitar Heroes kicks off the festival on July 10, 2015 featuring DPO favorites Jeans ’n Classics who will showcase two of their hottest guitarists. Next, we welcome Swedish group Arrival with the iconic music of 1970’s and 1980’s supergroup ABBA. Then we pay tribute to The King as we host four vocalists who reveal different facets of the music of Elvis Presley. To wrap up the series, we welcome Sam Harris and Sheena Easton to our stage for a the sparkling revue Rewind: The Music of the 80’s.
Stay cool and comfortable in July, and hear your favorite music in the acoustic splendor of the Mead Theatre.
We know you may need to schedule around vacation dates. Subscribers may exchange the retail value of any Summer In The City ticket for any other DPAA Ballet, Opera or Philharmonic event! Use your house credit for any 2014-2015 event or later on for any 2015-2016 event when they go on sale in May of 2015.
So act now and snag the best seats for this amazing festival.
For the bold 2014–2015 New Horizons Season, the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance transports you to an ever-expanding world of emotion and imagination.
> Chronological list of performances
We continue the innovation of our dramatic Signature Events; performances that combine the power of all three art forms. The spectacular “Russian Panorama” opens the season, “Classical Destinations” marks the halfway point at New Year’s Eve, and The Pearl Fishers completes the Opera series in April.
The cherished classics are here: beloved symphonies and concertos, seasonal events like PhilharMonster, Hometown Holidays, Messiah, and The Nutcracker. Some appear in new guises! Dayton Ballet’s Peter Pan will be performed for the first time with the full Philharmonic.
But as important are the new experiences. Our Composer-in-Residence, Stella Sung, teams with Karen Russo Burke for the World Premiere of an exciting new ballet in February 2015. The Opera brings Dead Man Walking to the Midwest for the first time in over a decade. For all four Classical Connections concerts, Neal Gittleman creates a thematic arch with Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich at the focal point. In fact, for those who love Russian music, the season is a treasure trove of wonderment.
Then, to honor Benjamin Britten on the anniversary of his 100th birthday, we welcome Keith Lockhart to conduct the amazing War Requiem. Audience-pleasing artists such as jazz great John Pizzarelli are back, while we also look forward to newcomers to our stage such as Tiempo Libre and Indigo Girls.
Nowhere else in the nation can you experience a dramatic arts collaboration with the range and depth of such new experiences as these. Reserve your seats now and let us, together, chart a course for new horizons.
BOX OFFICE (888) 228-3630
Mon - Fri: 10 am - 6 pm and two hours prior to any performance
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Throughout October and November, the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance celebrates all things spooky, magical, otherworldly, dramatic, melodic and downright fantastical. There’s something for everybody with this delightful blend of dance, classical, opera, rock’n roll, and more!
Special ticket offer! Buy this handy packet of six tickets and use them for specific seating tiers for any of the Mostly Ghostly events listed below.
MUSIC OF ROCKY HORROR
Halloween Night, Oct 31
BERLIOZ: MASTER OF FANTASY
Fri, Nov 14 & Sat, Nov 15
THE MAGIC FLUTE
Fri, Nov 21 & Sun, Nov 23