Dayton Philharmonic Recital Series – 2018-2019

The new Recital Series, formerly the Chamber Series, is one of the best values in performing arts. It includes two chamber programs at the Dayton Art Institute (DAI) specially designed by Concertmaster Jessica Hung, one featuring the Dayton Philharmonic Principal String Quartet and one on which Jessica herself will perform in a trio with two of her good friends on cello and piano in a Concertmaster’s Choice. These programs make for two lovely intimate Sunday afternoons of music in the newly renovated Mimi and Stuart Rose Auditorium at DAI.

In addition, this new series will include a the sparkling Star Recital with singer Ryan Speedo Green at the Schuster Center in March, along with a C-tier Wildcard that can be used for any DPAA event throughout the 2018–2019 season.

Neal Gittleman | Artistic Director and Conductor | Dayton Philharmonic



Neal Gittleman

Neal Gittleman has been on the Dayton Philharmonic podium since September 1995. He continues to broaden the Orchestra's repertoire with more 20th century compositions and additional variety in programming. He has introduced a number of world, American, and Dayton Philharmonic premieres and has expanded performance collaboration within the Dayton arts community. In 2010, the Orchestra started a new in-house label, DPO Alive. There are now three releases which are sold as online downloads and physical CDs in the concert hall. With Maestro Gittleman at the helm, the Orchestra continues to enjoy renewed community support and increased artistic vision.