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  • N E W H O R I Z O N S

    D A Y T O N P E R F O R M I N G A R T S A L L I A N C E P R E S E N T S

    DAYTON BALLET DAYTON OPERA DAYTON PHILHARMONIC

  • SUBSCRIBE: (888) 228-3630 oR day tonpERfoRmIngaRtS .oRg

    W e lc o m e

    paUl HElfRICH, pRESIdEnt & CEo

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    KArEN rUSSo BUrKE ArTisTiC DireCTOr

    DAYTON BAlleT

    ThomAS BANKSToN ArTisTiC DireCTOr

    DAYTON OperA

    NEAL GiTTLEmAN ArTisTiC DireCTOr

    & CONDuCTOrDAYTON philhArmONiC

    With every performance, great art enables us to see the world anew. That is its prime motivating force. We feed our bodies with the fruit of our labors. But new artistic experiences feed the heart, mind and spirit. For the bold new 20142015 season, the Dayton performing Arts Alliance transports you to an ever-expanding world of emotion and imagination.

    Certainly, the cherished classics are here: beloved symphonies and concertos, seasonal events like philharmonster, hometown holidays, Messiah, and the new production of The Nutcracker. some appear in new guises! Dayton Ballets Peter Pan will be performed for the first time with the full philharmonic.

    But as important are the new experiences. DpAA Composer-in-residence, stella sung, teams with Karen russo Burke for the World premiere of an exciting new ballet in February 2015. The Opera brings Dead Man Walking to the midwest for the first time in over a decade. star philharmonic instrumentalists and Opera vocalists take on an expanded prominence with their own Chamber series. Neal Gittleman creates a thematic arch for all four Classical Connections concerts, now performed on sundays. For those who love russian music, the season is a treasure trove of wonderment. To honor Benjamin Britten on the anniversary of his 100th birthday, we welcome Keith lockhart to conduct the War Requiem. Audience-pleasing artists such as jazz great John pizzarelli are back, while we also look forward to newcomers to our stage such as Tiempo libre and indigo Girls. Were even busy creating a rock and orchestral tribute to the music of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

    We continue our innovation of presenting signature events; performances that combine the power of all three art forms. The spectacular russian panorama opens the season, Classical Destinations marks the halfway point at New Years eve, and The Pearl Fishers completes the Opera series in April. Nowhere else in the nation can you experience a dramatic arts collaboration with the range and depth of such new experiences as these.

    so subscribe now and let us, together, chart a course for new horizons.

  • N E W H O R I Z O N S

    DAYTON BALLET

    DAYTON OPERA

    DAYTON PHILHARMONIC

    seAsON OpeNiNG speCTACulAr

    DeAD mAN WAlKiNG

    TiempO liBre

    NuTCrACKer

    ChAD hOOpes

    CirQue De lA sYmphONie

    iNDiGO Girls

    The mAGiC FluTe

    VAleNTiNA lisiTsA

    peTer pAN

  • NEW HORIZONS 2014-2015DAYTON PERFORMING ARTS ALLIANCE

    SUBSCRIBE: (888) 228-3630 oR day tonpERfoRmIngaRtS .oRg

    The Dayton Opera season kicks off again with a daring, bold, and wide-ranging Season Opening Spectacular. Russian Panorama combines the forces of all three art forms with the Philharmonic and Opera choruses, innovative stagecraft, and acclaimed vocal talent. The Opera season continues with Mozarts mystical and mirthful singspiel, The Magic Flute, followed by Jake Heggies gripping Dead Man Walking and climaxing with Georges Bizets spectacular and exotic The Pearl Fishers, featuring the full Dayton Ballet company. All are performed at the Schuster Center.

    Russian PanoramaSEASON OPENING SPECTACULAR DAYTON BALLET, OPERA & PHILHARMONIC September 20 at 8:00 | 21 at 3:00 ~ 2014Neal Gittleman, conductor | HIGHLIGHTS: TCHAIKOVSKY ~ excerpts from Eugene Onegin | MUSSORGSKY ~ Coronation

    Scene from Boris Godunov | RACHMANINOFF ~ Vocalise BORODIN ~ Polovtsian DancesIN RUSSIAN WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES

    The Magic Flute November 21 at 8:00 | 23 at 3:00 - 2014 WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART ~ music EMANUEL SCHIKANEDER ~ librettoIN ENGLISH WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES

    Dead Man Walking February 27 at 8:00 | March 1 at 3:00 ~ 2015 JAKE HEGGIE ~ music from the book by Sister Helen Prejean (For Mature Audiences) | IN ENGLISH WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES | A University of Dayton Rights. Rites. Writes. Collaboration

    The Pearl Fishers April 17 at 8:00 | 19 at 3:00 ~ 2015 GEORGES BIZET ~ music EUGNE CORMON, MICHEL CARR ~ librettoIN FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES

    OPERA 4 PACKAGE SAVE UP TO 15% Friday Evening and Sunday Matinee Packages Available Adult Prices: $321 | $304 | $236 | $132 Discounts Available for Seniors, Students, Educators, Military

    BALLET 4 OPERA 4From the lighthearted to the deeply moving, the Dayton Ballet season covers a landscape of thrilling dance. Both story ballets (The Nutcracker and Peter Pan) are performed in the Schuster Center, accompanied by the full Dayton Philharmonic. Peter Pan is also part of the SuperPops Series. Ghost Stories in October includes two works by acclaimed choreographer Amy Seiwert, the haunting pas de deux from Giselle, and a new dance by Daytons own DeShonna Pepper Robertson. Creative Convergence comprises four works, including a World Premiere created by Karen Russo Burke and Composer-in-Residence Stella Sung plus a Dayton Premiere by Gina Patterson called You Are Here.

    Ghost StoriesOct 23 at 7:30 (early) | 24 at 8:00 25 at 8:00 | 26 at 3:00 ~ 2014 | Four Works | Victoria Theatre | Choreography: Amy Seiwert, Karen Russo Burke, DeShonna Pepper Robertson

    The NutcrackerDec 12 at 7:30 | 13 at 2:30 & 7:30 14 at 2:30 | 19 at 7:30 | 20 at 2:30 & 7:30 21 at 2:30 | 22 at 4:30 ~ 2014 Schuster Center | Choreography: Karen Russo Burke | Conductor: Neal Gittleman

    Creative ConvergenceFeb 12 at 7:30 (early) | 13 at 8:00 14 at 8:00 | 15 at 3:00 ~ 2015 | Four Works | Victoria Theatre | Choreography: Karen Russo Burke, Gina Patterson with two additional works to be announced Peter PanMarch 20 at 8:00 | 21 at 3:00 and 8:00 22 at 3:00 ~ 2015 | Schuster Center Music by Carmon DeLeoneChoreography: Septime Webre Conductor: Neal Gittleman

    BALLET 4 PACKAGE SAVE UP TO 16% Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Matinee Packages Available | Adult Prices: $288 | $260 | $196 | $128 Discounts Available for Seniors, Students, Educators, Military

  • NEW HORIZONS 2014-2015DAYTON PERFORMING ARTS ALLIANCE

    SUBSCRIBE: (888) 228-3630 oR day tonpERfoRmIngaRtS .oRg

    Russian PanoramaSEASON OPENING SPECTACULAR DAYTON BALLET, OPERA & PHILHARMONIC September 20 at 8:00 | 21 at 3:00 ~ 2014Neal Gittleman, conductor | HIGHLIGHTS: TCHAIKOVSKY ~ excerpts from Eugene Onegin | MUSSORGSKY ~ Coronation Scene

    from Boris Godunov | RACHMANINOFF ~ Vocalise | BORODIN ~ Polovtsian Dances | IN RUSSIAN WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES

    From Russia with Love September 26 & 27 at 8:00 pm ~ 2014 Neal Gittleman, conductor | Chad Hoopes, violin | RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Le Coq dOr Suite | SCHELLE The Big Night TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto

    Mozart to MahlerOctober 17 & 18 at 8:00 pm ~ 2014 Neal Gittleman, conductor | Spencer Myer, piano | MOZART Piano Concerto No. 20 MAHLER Das irdische Leben MAHLER Symphony No. 4

    Berlioz: Master of FantasyNovember 14 & 15 at 8:00 pm ~ 2014 Neal Gittleman, conductor Dayton Philharmonic Chorus BERLIOZ Symphonie fantastique BERLIOZ Llio

    Great symphonies, spectacular concertos, and a range of orchestral genres are lined up for the Premier Classical Series. Neal is on the podium for all programs except Benjamin Brittens deeply moving War Requiem, for which we welcome special guest Keith Lockhart. The season starts and concludes with expansive, red-blooded Russian music. In between, well hear from territories far and wide: music inspired in or by America, France, Austria, Scotland, Argentina, and Britain. The classical season is available in Friday 6, Saturday 6, Friday 9 and Saturday 9-packs. Both 9-packs include the Season Opener and a Wildcard that may be used for any other DPAA performance! Pre-performance talks begin at 7:00 pm. Classical concerts are performed at the Schuster Center.

    Epic JourneysJanuary 9 & 10 at 8 pm ~ 2015 Neal Gittleman, conductor | Jessica Hung, violin | SUNG Loco-Motion BRUCH Scottish Fantasy SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 10

    Folk Rhythms, Great MastersFebruary 6 & 7 at 8:00 pm ~ 2015 Neal Gittleman, conductor | Leslie Stratton Norris, harp | MENDELSSOHN Ruy Blas Overture | GINASTERA Harp Concerto BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7

    Brittens War RequiemMarch 13 & 14 at 8:00 pm ~ 2015 Keith Lockhart, guest conductor Dayton Philharmonic Chorus BENJAMIN BRITTEN ~ music A CELIA / WSU Collaboration Rachmaninoffs Triumph April 24 & 25 at 8:00 pm ~ 2015 Neal Gittleman, conductor | Valentina Lisitsa, piano | GUBAIDULINA Voices Silence | RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 2 | TCHAIKOVSKY 1812 Overture Wildcard CLASSICAL 9 SUBSCRIBERS may select any performance from the 20142015 Season (Philharmonic, Opera or Ballet). Choose your Wildcard performance immediately or at any time during the season.

    CLASSICAL 9 PACKAGE (includes the Season Opening Spectacular performance and a Wildcard) SAVE UP TO 20% Choose either:

    Friday 9 (includes the Spectacular on Sunday, Sept. 21) Saturday 9 (includes the Spectacular on Saturday, Sept. 20) PLEASE NOTE The Season Opening Spectacular performances share seats with Opera subscribers, so your normal subscription seating for that event may be slightly different.

    Adult Prices: $450 | $360 | $279 | $180 | $108 Discounts Available for Seniors, Students, Educators, Military

    CLASSICAL 6 PACKAGE SAVE UP TO 20% Choose either:

    Friday 6 ~ S

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