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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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DPO ON 88.1 WDPR
Saturday, April 30, 10:00 am
Dayton Philharmonic
Classical Concert
Worlds of Wonder

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EDUCATION
(937) 224-3521 x 1136

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Appreciation Program

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Special Ticket Packages for Young Professionals

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Chartbuster Hits from Kansas, Starship, Benatar, Aerosmith, Zeppelin & More

A Night of Symphonic Rock starring Elefante and Thomas
Dayton Philharmonic | Rockin' Orchestra

SCHUSTER CENTER
8:00 pm Saturday, April 30, 2016

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P $81 | A $66 | B $55 | C $40 | D $29
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JOHN ELEFANTE vocals, guitar - former singer of Kansas
MICKEY THOMAS, vocals, guitar - lead singer of Starship
KURTIS KEBER music director and bass
DAN KALISHER lead guitar | MARC SLUTSKY drums
MARC LABELLE lead vocals | CHRISTINE LA FOND vocals
TREVOR STEER keyboards

PATRICK REYNOLDS conductor
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

John and Mickey join us for a one-night tour of the biggest, best monster hits. You'll hear top hits from the rock and roll songbook made famous by Led Zeppelin, Heart, Foreigner, Kansas, and more for a fabulous night of singing and tasty guitar licks, all powered by the biggest backup band in the region—your Philharmonic.

Rock and blues singer Mickey Thomas made a name for himself singing with Jefferson Starship. With him as the voice of Starship, the band produced three songs that hit #1 on the charts. Grammy Award–winning singer-songwriter John Elefante is best known for his former role as lead singer and keyboardist for the band Kansas.


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Unravel the Mystery and the Music of the Opera The Book Collector, Sunday May 1

Sung's Premieres: Farmer Glorp and The Book Collector
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Classical Connections

SCHUSTER CENTER
3:00 pm Sunday, May 1, 2016
Q&A and Ice Cream Social in Wintergarden immediately following concert

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P $41 | A $37 | B $30 | C $21 | D $14

SUNG Farmer Glorp—animated film with music performed live
SUNG The Book Collector
music from the World Premiere opera 

NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor, presenter | STELLA SUNG composer
ANGELA MORTELLARO soprano | ANDREW OWENS tenor
ANDREW GARLAND baritone
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC

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The concert opens with Farmer Glorp, an animated movie loosely based on the story "Sunlandia," created by first graders at the Miami Valley School in Dayton! Working with students at the University of Central Florida's Character Animation Program, DPAA's Music Alive Composer-in-Residence Stella Sung created the score to this delightful short feature, which you'll experience here for the first time ever!  

Then the presentation turns to discussion of Dayton Opera's production of a new one-act opera, The Book Collector, to be presented in full on May 20 and 22. In this special Classical Connections preview, Maestro Gittleman and composer Stella Sung take you inside the creation of this groundbreaking new work with musical excerpts as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the composition, libretto, scene creation, and staging of this world premiere! On the second half, Neal, the Orchestra, and our guest vocalists perform the music from the entire work.


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Both Piano Concertos, Both Overtures, plus Chamber Music by the Great Master

Brahms Festival ~ Two Nights
Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra | Classical Series

SCHUSTER CENTER
Take Note pre-concert talks: Eric Street

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P $61 | A $49 | B $38 | C $25 | D $14


Friday, May 6, 2016

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BRAHMS Tragic Overture 
BRAHMS Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 101 
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor

NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor
ANTONIO POMPA-BALDI piano
KIRSTIN GREENLAW violin
ANDRA PADRICHELLI cello 


Saturday, May 7, 2016


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BRAHMS Academic Festival Overture 
BRAHMS Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108 
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 2

NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor
ANTONIO POMPA-BALDI piano
JESSICA HUNG violin



 

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  SUNDAY, MAY 8, 3:00
Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (DPYO) Spring Concert at the Schuster Center. Just $8 per seat. Founded in 1937 by Paul Katz and led by Maestro Patrick Reynolds, the Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra brings together the greater Dayton area's most gifted young orchestral musicians, providing the opportunity to study and perform a broad range of orchestral repertoire.
DPYO on the web.


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SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 4:00
The Orchestra comes to a church near you with the next Stained Glass concert at Tabernacle Baptist Church. There is no admission charge. Join us as we bring the community and the Dayton Philharmonic together to celebrate the human spirit through the universal medium of music. Each concert combines the Orchestra with the church choir for an uplifting experience.

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