Dayton, Ohio (February 26, 2009) – Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra members and Music Director Neal Gittleman travel to Omega Baptist Church on Sunday, March 8 at 5 pm for a free DPO concert with the Omega Baptist Church Choir.
Neal Gittleman will conduct the program, which includes Haydn’s Symphony #30 (Alleluia), the L’amant anonyme Overture by Chevalier de St. George, Coleridge Taylor’s Novelletten, #1, in A Major, Perkinson’s Sinfonietta #2 (Generations) movements 2&3, Still’s Danzas de Panama (2nd movement), a Gould arrangement of the traditional Go Down Moses, Barnett’s Bless the Lord, O My Soul and Burleigh’s Jesus is a Rock in a Weary Land (the last two works performed together with the Omega Baptist Church Choir).
A reception will follow.
Omega Baptist Church is located at 1821 Emerson Avenue, Dayton, OH 45406. Admission is free, but on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, call (937) 222-3447. Reverend Dr. Daryl Ward is the church Pastor.
The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra (DPO) 2008-2009 Stained Glass Series is a series of free community concerts, with the support of Canaan Missionary Baptist Church, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Omega Baptist Church, and The Kuntz Foundation. All Stained Glass Concerts are FREE. No tickets required. Generous seating is available.
Stained Glass Series attendees can purchase tickets at each of the Stained Glass concerts to hear a Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Concert at the Schuster Center. The DPO has reserved a block of seats in the Orchestra section of the Mead Theatre (concert hall) for four Classical Series Concerts in its regular season. Each ticket is also an RTA bus ticket for that night! Tickets are on sale at each Stained Glass Concert, or in the individual church offices.
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