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D AY TO N P H I L H A R M O N I C O R C H E S T R A VOYAGES 10/11 SEASON E C L A S S I C A L PA S S A G E S CONNECTING FLIGHTS P O P U L A R D E S T I N AT I O N S D AY T R I P P E R S S U N D AY D R I V E S FA M I LY VA C AT I O N S SPECIALS EXPRESS 2010-2011 season Winter & Spring Calendar VOYAGES 10/11E SEASON Trip Through Time The moment rock ensemble Classical Mystery Tour hits the first guitar chord, you’ll imagine that you’re in Shea Stadium in 1965, in the presence of the Fab Four themselves. Be there on November 20th for the kickoff concert of the DPO’s new Rockin’ Orchestra Series. There’s still time to save by subscribing to a 3-pack of Rockin’ Orchestra concerts which also includes the music of the Eagles November and Led Zeppelin. NOV E M BE R SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 3 4 5 6 Classical Classical Chopin: Program One Chopin: Program Two Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm Take Note, 7 pm Take Note, 7 pm 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Veteran’s Day SuperPops SuperPops Broadway Rocks! Broadway Rocks! Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm 14 14 15 16 17 17 20 Stained Glass Young People’s Rockin’ Orchestra Free Concert Concert Music of the Beatles Canaan Missionary (937) 224-3521 x 136 Classical Mystery Tour Baptist Church, 5 pm for information Schuster Center, 8 pm 21 22 23 24 25 27 Youth Strings Free Concert Kettering Seventh-day Thanksgiving Adventist Church, 3 pm On the 12th & 13th, guest artists Anne 28 29 30 Runolfsson, Rob Evan, Capathia Jenkins, and Doug Lebrecque bring their immense Broadway experience to Dayton for a program that features rockin’ hits from Wicked, Mamma Mia, Tommy, Hairspray, The Wiz, Phantom of the Opera & more! Notes Series Sponsor Classical Miami Valley & Good Samaritan Hospitals TICKETS (888) 228-3630 OR DAYTONPHILHARMONIC.COM Quest for Perfection VOYAGES 10/11 After the premiere of George Frideric E SEASON Handel’s sacred oratorio Messiah in Dublin, Ireland on April 13, 1742, the great composer constantly revised the work. This holiday season Neal, the DPO, and the DPO Choir present Messiah in its most complete version. December DE C E M BE R SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 3 4 Get ready for musical fireworks, Italian SuperPops SuperPops ’Twas the Night: ’Twas the Night: style, for the New Year’s Eve concert. Hanukkah Holiday at Home Holiday at Home Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm Free champagne, too! 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Youth Orchestra Schuster Center, 3pm (937) 224-3521 x 136 for tickets 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Special Carillon Brass Handel’s Messiah, 4 pm Free Holiday Concert Westminster Loft Theatre Presbyterian Church 10 am & Noon 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Christmas 26 27 28 29 30 31 Special New Year’s Eve Concert Viva Italia! Schuster Center, 8 pm Notes Series Sponsor SuperPops Kettering Health Network TICKETS (888) 228-3630 OR DAYTONPHILHARMONIC.COM VOYAGES 10/11 Fly Like The Eagles This month, acclaimed rock E SEASON music interpreters, Jeans ’n Classics, bring the Eagles songbook and great orchestra arrangements to our stage. They join conductor Pat Reynolds and the DPO on January 22nd. You’ll hear their unique take on smash Eagles hits like Hotel California, Desperado, Take It Easy, and many more, all backed with the power of a full orchestra. January JA N UA RY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 DPO & Dayton Opera Live orchestra meets subscribers: call (888) big screen musicals 228-3630 for free Jan. for this month’s New Year’s Day 16th movie tickets SuperPops concert. 5 6 7 8 Classical Classical Brahms & Liebermann Brahms & Liebermann Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm Take Note, 7 pm Take Note, 7 pm 13 14 15 SuperPops SuperPops At the Movies with At the Movies with Rodgers & Hammerstein Rodgers & Hammerstein Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm 16 17 19 20 21 22 Free Movie Special Classical Rockin’ Orchestra In Search of Beethoven Martin Luther A Musical Offering Connections Music of the Eagles Free for subscribers King Day JS Bach, 6:30 pm Portrait: JS Bach Jeans ’n Classics Masonic Center, 3 pm Dayton Art Institute Schuster, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Dayton Opera Neal Gittleman conducts Beethoven’s Fidelio Schuster Center, 8 pm 30 31 Notes Dayton Opera Neal Gittleman conducts DEMIRJIAN Beethoven’s Fidelio Schuster Center, 3 pm Series Sponsor Classical Connections Dr. Charles & Patricia Demirjian TICKETS (888) 228-3630 OR DAYTONPHILHARMONIC.COM VOYAGES 10/11E SEASON Life is a Journey The DPO will take you along for Richard Strauss’ monumental work A Hero’s Life on the 10th, 11th & 12th. Also featured, works by Mozart and Libby Larsen. Libby will join us for an illuminating Take Note pre-concert talk sponsored by the Dayton Philharmonic Volunteer Association. February F E BRUA RY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Classical Classical Classical Heroes & Journeys Connections Heroes & Journeys Schuster Center, 8 pm Portrait: Richard Strauss Schuster Center, 8 pm Take Note, 7 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm Take Note, 7 pm 13 14 16 18 19 Family Series The Magic Orchestra with Dan Kamin Valentine’s Day Schuster Center, 3 pm 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Symphony Sundaes Classical Classical The Symphonic Beethoven Virtuosos at Home Virtuosos at Home Masonic Center, 3 pm President’s Day Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm Ice Cream Social after Take Note, 7 pm Take Note, 7 pm February is set for a tremendous amount 27 28 of variety including a visit from musical comedian Dan Kamin, the first of three Symphony Sundaes concerts, a Classical Connections program featuring composer Richard Strauss, and two Classical programs. Notes Series Sponsor Family DP&L TICKETS (888) 228-3630 OR DAYTONPHILHARMONIC.COM VOYAGES 10/11E SEASON Odyssey to the Emerald Isle They arrive in Dayton just in time for the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Join our Irish guests - Matthew, Daryl and James - for a musical excursion through the highways and byways of “The Ould Sod.” While inf luenced by their own individual parts of Ireland, the Celtic Tenors blend and meld their voices to suit music that spans a wide array of genres: pop, folk, classical and, of course, traditional Irish. March M A RC H SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 3 4 5 Magic Carpet Magic Carpet Magic Carpet Preschool, Primary K-2 Preschool, Primary K-2 Preschool, Primary K-2 Dayton Masonic Center Dayton Masonic Center Dayton Masonic Center Info at (937) 224-3521 Info at (937) 224-3521 Info at (937) 224-3521 6 6 7 8 9 11 12 Halo Series Classical Classical Free String Quartet Russian Giants Russian Giants Concert at Trinity Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm Presbyterian, 4 pm Take Note, 7 pm Take Note, 7 pm 13 13 14 15 15 16 18 19 Halo Series Young People’s SuperPops SuperPops Bethel Baptist, 4 pm Concert Dublin to Dayton Dublin to Dayton Youth Strings (937) 224-3521 x 136 St. Patrick’s Day The Celtic Tenors The Celtic Tenors Kettering 7th-Day, 3 pm for information Schuster Center, 8 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Classical Classical Classical New Worlds Connections New Worlds Schuster Center, 8 pm Portrait: Michael Daugherty Schuster Center, 8 pm Take Note, 7 pm Schuster, 8 pm Take Note, 7 pm 27 27 28 29 30 31 This busy month finds the DPO in community outreach concerts, hosting Russian pianist Stained Glass Special Valentina Lisitsa, and featuring electric Free Concert Play! A Video Game guitarist DJ Sparr for an innovative concerto Tabernacle Baptist Symphony from composer Michael Daugherty. And... Church, 4 pm Schuster Center, 8 pm Play! is back with your video game favorites. Notes Stained Glass & Halo Official Hotel Official Automobile of the DPO Dealership of the DPO Norma Ross Memorial Dayton Marriott Lexus of Dayton Community Concerts TICKETS (888) 228-3630 OR DAYTONPHILHARMONIC.COM VOYAGES 10/11 E SEASON Springtime Escape Like a beautiful spring day, classical music can be the perfect balm to soothe the soul. That’s a good description of the April 10th Symphony Sundaes concert. Lighthearted music from Rossini, Bach and Mozart is on the menu, along with a generous scoop of free ice cream from our sponsor Graeter’s, served up after the concert at an ice cream social! Come meet Neal and the musicians. April
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