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Saturday, May 2, 10:00 am
Classical Connections
"Shostakovich: The Witness"

Rodgers & Hammerstein Signature Event

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Phil, Ballet & Opera Vocalists On Stage for Rodgers & Hammerstein Program

THE ROSE CENTER at HUBER HEIGHTS
A DPAA SIGNATURE EVENT
An Evening with Rodgers & Hammerstein
8:00 pm Saturday, May 16

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DAYTON BALLET | DAYTON OPERA | DAYTON PHILHARMONIC
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC CHORUS | DAYTON OPERA CHORUS

It is, indeed, a grand night for singing when the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance helps inaugurate the new Rose Music Center at The Heights with An Evening of Rodgers and Hammerstein. It's an outstanding celebration of music, song, and dance in a gorgeous new outdoor venue.

The evening opens, appropriately, with all forces coming together for the beloved “It’s a Grand Night for Singing” from State Fair. Then,  vocalists join the DPO for excerpts from the smash hit Oklahoma!, singing "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’," "People Will Say We’re In Love," and "Oklahoma!" with the dancers joining the act for "Many a New Day." The Dayton Ballet continues with DPO and vocalists for “The Stepsisters’ Lament” from the classic tale Cinderella, followed by a lively trio of tunes from Carousel including "Carousel Waltz," "If I Loved You," and "June Is Bustin’ Out All Over".

After intermission, the DPO sets the stage with "Guadalcanal March" from Victory at Sea. Opera vocalists rejoin the DPO for a trip to South Pacific, including three outstanding and unmistakable numbers:  "There Is Nothin’ Like a Dame" (with the Dayton Ballet), "I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair," and "Some Enchanted Evening," followed by a tribute to The King and I with "I Whistle a Happy Tune," "I Have Dreamed," and "Shall We Dance" (with the Dayton Ballet).

The performance draws to a dazzling conclusion with everybody's favorite: The Sound of Music. The title song is followed by "Climb Ev’ry Mountain," and "Do-Re-Mi.” Your voice will help bring this new music center alive with the sound of music ringing from every corner.


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Diversity of Musical Styles on Display as Concertmaster Hung Takes the Stage

DAYTON ART INSTITUTE, RENAISSANCE THEATRE
Concertmaster's Choice
3:00 pm Sunday, May 17
JESSICA HUNG violin

Take Note pre-performance talk at 2:30 with WDPR's Larry Coressel

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Single tickets: Adult – $22 | Sr/Ed/Mil – $20 | Student/Child – $14

Works by BACH | YSAŸE | KREISLER | HINDEMITH | NEUKOM

“This concert is my first recital without any assisting artists, which I have wanted to do for some time as a significant personal and professional challenge,” says DPO Concertmaster Jessica Hung. The program includes works from five composers.

Bach’s Partita No. 3 in E major for solo violin consists of six movements. The first movement (Preludio) is the one perhaps most recorded. Made up almost entirely of sixteenth notes, it makes intense demands on the soloist.

Eugene Ysaÿe’s Sonata for Solo Violin in A minor is a four-movement sonata for solo violin, in the composer’s words “...runs the gamut of the emotions in order to express them all." Fritz Kreisler knew Eugene Ysaÿe and dedicated the only work he ever composed for solo violin, his Recitative and Scherzo-Caprice for Solo Violin, an homage to Ysaÿe.

More widely known for his Symphony: Mathis der Maler, Paul Hindemith composed his Sonata for Solo Violin in G minor between 1917 and 1919.

Composer Sean Neukom, a former classmate of Ms. Hung at the Cleveland Institute of Music, has written a brand new solo violin sonata, his Solo Sonata No. 5, specifically for Jessica to premiere at this concert!


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DPO & Jeans 'n Classics Perform the Two Famous Beatles Albums, Back to Back

SCHUSTER CENTER
Rockin' Orchestra Series
Rubber Soul & Revolver: Back to Back
8:00 pm Saturday, May 30 

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Single tickets:  $29 | $40 | $55 | $66 | $81

JEANS 'N CLASSICS rock ensemble
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor

Rubber Soul and Revolver were the sixth and seventh Beatles albums, both brilliant artistic achievements showcasing the group’s developing musical vision.

The two recordings stand in stark contrast—Rubber Soul presented a more refined, acoustic side, whereas Revolver was tougher and more electric than previous releases and showed the quickly evolving genius of the Beatles as a studio band.

Now, the über-talented rock ensemble and Dayton fan favorites Jeans 'n Classics take the stage with your DPO for an evening of high-energy artistry celebrating the music of these two influential Beatles albums.

Featuring Neil Donell and David Blamires on lead vocals, two female backup vocalists, and six instrumental musicians, Jeans 'n Classics (and the full DPO under the direction of Neal Gittleman) will perform two sets: Rubber Soul on the first and Revolver on the second.

It’s a concert replete with wonderful songs that, regardless of your age, you’ll be able to connect to some of your best memories.

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