Seating will be limited to 300 attendees, and patrons will be seated in a socially-distanced configuration. Safety protocols will be followed to ensure the safety of all patrons, staff, and musicians. Click here for details. This performance will be approx. 50 minutes with no intermission.
|Location||Date and Time|
|Schuster Center||January 23, 2021 6:00 pm|
|Schuster Center||January 23, 2021 8:30 pm|
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This performance will be live-streamed as it is being performed live in theater so that audience members can enjoy this concert in real time from the comfort of home. The performance stream will be available for on demand viewing through June 30, 2021.
|Location||Date and time|
|Virtual||January 23, 2021 8:30 pm|
Enjoy DPAA Virtual Streams performances from Dayton Opera, Dayton Ballet, and Dayton Philharmonic from the safety and comfort of home. The in-theater performance of this program will be recorded and will be available after its premiere for on demand viewing through June 30, 2021.
|Location||Date and time|
|Virtual||January 28, 2021 8:30 pm|
Duration of performance: approx. 50 minutes (no intermission)
FLORENCE PRICE Violin Concerto No. 2
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 8
JESSICA HUNG violin
NEAL GITTLEMAN artistic director and conductor
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra is thrilled to be back on stage in the Schuster Center with a live audience for their first Masterworks Concert of the New Year! The concert opens with Florence Price’s Violin Concerto No. 2. Price once wrote in a letter to conductor Serge Koussevitzky, “To begin with I have two handicaps – those of sex and race. I am a woman; and I have some Negro blood in my veins,” adding “I would like to be judged on merit alone.” (www.npr.com) Merit, indeed, as her talent sparkles in this beautiful work. Concertmaster Jessica Hung takes center stage to perform Price’s composition. Then, continuing our two-year celebration of the 250th Anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, the DPO performs his Symphony No. 8, a short, spirited work composed between two much more famous symphonies, yet a definite force in its own right that celebrates the composer’s playful side. The DPO offers two live in-theatre performances of this concert (with no intermission) for those who cannot wait to be back in the Schuster Center to see and hear the DPO in person, as well as a live-stream option for those who prefer to view the performance from the comfort of home.