Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra’s Masterworks Collection continues with “Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony” at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 10 and 11 on the Schuster Middle.
The live performance will characteristic three works by supreme composers throughout the classical music realm: Ludwig van Beethoven’s grand “Lenore Overture No. 3″; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s masterpiece “Symphony No. 41 in C main,” typically referred to as “Jupiter”; and Richard Strauss’ “Horn Concerto, No. 2 in E-flat main,” which can highlight DPO Principal Horn Aaron Brant.
“There’s one thing acquainted and heartwarming concerning the overture-concerto-symphony mannequin,” stated Dayton Philharmonic Creative Director and Conductor Neal Gittleman, in a information launch. “And we’ve got three nice ones at this live performance. Beethoven’s ‘Leonore Overture No. 3′ turned out to be so good that he didn’t use it to open his opera ‘Fidelio.’ Mozart’s ‘Jupiter Symphony’ is the epitome of Classical model and permits Mozart to indicate off a bit. I’m actually trying ahead to collaborating with DPO Principal Horn Aaron Brant on Stauss’ ‘Horn Concerto No. 2.’ It’s only a great piece of music nostalgia, giving a barely trendy twist to the shapes and types of the classical concerto.”
Strauss composed his concerto in 1942 whereas residing in Vienna. Written as a classical-style fantasy in the course of the darkish days of World Battle II, the “Horn Concerto No. 2″ premiered on the Salzburg Competition in 1943 and has been one of the crucial carried out and recorded French horn concertos within the twentieth century.
“Strauss’ ‘Horn Concerto No. 2′ is my favourite concerto for horn and orchestra,” stated Brant, who can also be a software program engineer at Tangram Flex. “I don’t assume it’s a stretch to say it’s among the best within the horn repertoire. Strauss was within the prime of his profession when he wrote this work. He wrote with a voice uniquely his personal however nonetheless pays homage to the best way composers of the Classical interval approached the horn whereas increasing the boundaries of what was doable for horn gamers at the moment. I’m extraordinarily grateful to work with Neal, who has been so supportive of me over time. I can’t wait to listen to my colleagues deliver this piece to life on stage. It’s going to be a wild trip!”
As well as, Gittleman will host a Take Notice Discuss dwell within the Mead Theater of the Schuster Middle from 6:30 to 7 p.m. earlier than every night’s live performance. Take Notice Talks present an in-depth perspective of the night’s programming. After the live performance, he’ll additionally host a Discuss Again to reply questions from the viewers.
Tickets to “Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony” begin at $5. Tickets may be bought by telephone at 937-228-3630, in particular person on the Dayton Stay Field Workplace within the Schuster Middle, or on-line at daytonperformingarts.org/tickets. The Schuster Middle is situated at 1 W. Second St., Dayton.
Human Race Theatre to current ‘Ready for Ella’
The Human Race Theatre Firm’s Playwright’s Night time will highlight Michael London’s “Ready for Ella” at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 6 on the Loft Theatre.
London, director of the Ohio Playwrights Circle and a 2023 recipient of the Governor’s Award within the Arts in Ohio, has crafted a narrative set in a ready room at Kettering Hospital. The story considerations 4 Native American pals residing in Dayton “who wrestle to remain collectively after the chief of their a cappella singing group, Tohtonha, has a well being disaster and will now not be the visionary that retains them collectively.”
Directed by Tiffany Countryman, the play contains native and non-native songs, all in native languages.
The play runs 80 minutes. Tickets are $10. For extra data, go to humanracetheatre.org. The Loft Theatre is situated at 126 N. Essential St., Dayton.
Carroll Excessive College presents ‘You Can’t Take it With You’
The Carroll Freedom Gamers of Carroll Excessive College will current Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman’s 1937 Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy “You Can’t Take it With You” Nov. 10-12.
Chronicling the eccentric, zany but close-knit Sycamore household of New York Metropolis, the manufacturing, directed by Toni Weitz, can be carried out at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and a couple of p.m. Sunday.
As well as, on Sunday patrons can get pleasure from a luncheon earlier than the present. Lunch is served at 12:30 p.m. Reserved seating is required. Complete tables can be found for buy. Luncheon tickets, which incorporates admission to the play, are $20 every. A desk of eight company will value $150. Reserve your ticket at http://carrollhs.org/freedom-players/ or name 937-253-8188 x329.
Tickets may be bought on-line at http://carrollhs.org/freedom-players/, the college workplace or on the door. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for college students and senior residents. The manufacturing can be held inside Carroll Gymnasium, 4524 Linden Ave. Dayton.
Springboro pupil sings with Kristin Chenoweth
Springboro Excessive College sophomore Addison Haines, a knockout final season as Sophie Sheridan in Springboro’s manufacturing of “Mamma Mia!,” carried out with Tony and Emmy Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth Oct. 7 in Cincinnati.
Throughout “An Night with Kristin Chenoweth” Haines joined the “widespread” Broadway star to sing “For Good” from “Depraved.”
Final summer season, Haines was considered one of solely 100 college students internationally chosen for “Kristin Chenoweth’s Broadway Bootcamp,” which receives hundreds of candidates annually.
Most just lately, she appeared as Karen in Yellow Brick Theater’s manufacturing of “Imply Women” on the Dayton Conference Middle. She’s going to quickly painting Sandra in Springboro’s manufacturing of “The Play That Goes Flawed,” which is slated Nov. 10-12.