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Mozart’s Violin Concerto #3
(Reflections and Images)
Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony
(Mozart and Mendelssohn)
Sound and Song Dayton Opera Singers and Dayton Philharmonic Musicians
DAYTON ART INSTITUTE ~ RENAISSANCE AUDITORIUM
3:00 pm Sunday, February 26, 2017
Pre-performance interview with artists at 2:30 pm with WDPR's Larry Coressel
Adult $22 | Senior $20 | Student $14
BACH "Grosser Herr, o starker König"; "Jesus soll mein erstes Wort"; "Erbarme dich"; "Quoniam tu solus sanctus" | LACHNER Frauenliebe und Leben | VAUGHAN WILLIAMS/GURNEY Six Songs to Poems of A. E. Housman | PREVIN Vocalise | MOZART "Per questa bella mano" | BERLIOZ Premiers transports que nul n'oublie and La Captive | BRAHMS Neue Liebeslieder Walzer Dayton Opera Artists-in-Residence
CHELSEA FRIEDLANDER soprano | ELIZABETH FREY mezzo-soprano | BRIAN SKOOG tenor | VINCENT GRANA bass-baritone
Members of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra
AURELIAN OPREA violin | KIRSTIN GREENLAW violin | SCOTT SCHILLING viola | CHRISTINA COLETTA cello | SEAN VORE horn | DANIEL LEWIS trumpet | JOSHUA NEMITH piano | JEFFREY POWELL piano, Dayton Opera chorus master
The intimate sound of the voice accompanied by piano or by a small grouping of orchestral instruments is a central thread in the development of classical and popular music.
When you combine the full range of the human voice, beautiful combinations of select instruments, and some of the finest chamber scores from the avowed masters, you have a magic that is unique in its own right.
Once Upon a Love Song with Mark Masri Dayton Philharmonic | SuperPops Series
8:00 pm Friday, March 10, 2017
8:00 pm Saturday, March 11, 2017
P $79 | A $62 | B $54 | C $39 | D $29
KERN Look for the Silver Lining
MASRI/MOCCIO The Face
MORRICONE Cinema Paradiso
VARIOUS Bossa Medley
LEGRAND The Summer of ’42
MASRI/CROSSLEY Little Marionette
VARIOUS Suite Latino
VARIOUS La Mia Bella Italia (medley)
MICHAEL/RIDGELEY Careless Whisper
ILLICA/GIACOSA/PUCCINI E lucevan le stelle
PIAZZOLLA Tanti Anna Prima
SKY/MACKINNON A Mother's Love
DARION/LEIGH Selections from Man of La Mancha
MARK MASRI vocals
CHARLES COZENS piano, accordian
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor
Pop tenor Mark Masri brings his passion and song to the Schuster Center as he joins the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra in a symphonic concert comprising stirring love songs.
With his charismatic stage presence, Toronto artist Mark Masri not only thrills listeners with his vocal range and classical training but also melts their hearts. Once Upon a Love Song will travel through time in music as Mark Masri captivates the audience with timeless Italian art songs, 20th-century favorites, and his own original music.
Presto, Mambo! Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra | Family Series
3:00 pm Sunday, March 12, 2017
2:00 pm Pre-concert fun
Adult $22 | Senior $20 | Student $14
PLATYPUS THEATRE COMPANY guest artists
PATRICK REYNOLDS conductor
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC YOUTH ORCHESTRA
The DPYO invites the Platypus Theatre Company to the Schuster Center, where they’ll introduce the audience to the magical world of Latin rhythms and their power to communicate across cultures.
It's a musical tour-de-force appealing to the young and young-at-heart alike.
This concert tour of the music of the Americas takes an unexpected turn when Max—an energetic but impulsive young boy—makes his way onto the stage to “help” the orchestra.
Soon Max is on a whirlwind adventure that takes him from the concert hall to the vibrant lands of Latin American culture where—with the help of his new friend Mambo the dog, the orchestra, and the audience—Max learns the magic of Latin rhythms and how to dance with the music.
This is the Platypus Theatre Company’s most interactive show to date.
Presto, Mambo! allows young people to experience a symphony orchestra thrumming to the irresistible beat and variety of Latin American music.
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