Tag Archives: classical

A must-reed

Netherlands’ Amstel Sax Quartet closes CMYS season By Joyell Nevins Photo: Amstel Sax Quartet will perform on March 22 at the First Presbyterian Church in Yellow Springs; photo: Marco Borggreve Kenny G, step aside. The Amstel Sax Quartet is in the house and ready to bring the full energy of the saxophone to Yellow Springs […]

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The land of the three faiths

Rose Ensemble explores religious crossroads at UD By Tammy Newsom Photo: The Rose Ensemble will present Land of the Three Faiths on March 15 A major event occurred in Spain in 1492. Yes, besides that one. In 1492, Catholic King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella ordered the Jews and the Muslims out of Spain. They were […]

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From war trenches to piano benches

Britten’s War Requiem wages at Schuster By Pat Suarez Photo: Boston Pops Orchestra conductor Keith Lockhart will conduct Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem by the DPO on March 13 and 14; photo: Stu Rosner The human intellect has a vast capacity for understanding and processing what we see and hear, but it has limits. One of […]

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Vienna calling

Bach Society of Dayton presents an evening of Mozart By Gary Spencer Photo: The Bach Society of Dayton performs with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company; photo: Laurana Wong German-born composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is without question one of the most enduring composers of the classical era, both in terms of his enormous body of music […]

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Americans, on Paris

Springfield Symphony presents Paris When it Sizzled By Pat Suarez Photo: Guest pianist Alexander Schimpf will perform with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra for their Paris When It Sizzled program It was called “The Great War,” the war to end all wars. It lasted from 1914 to 1918. More than 16 million military and civilians died, […]

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On the tenth day of Mozart…

Springfield Symphony Orchestra presents Mozart Festival By Janell R. Ward Photo: The Springfield Symphony Orchesetra presents the Mozart Festival Jan. 16-24 A ten-day Mozart extravaganza is coming soon to an auditorium near you! This year, for the first time ever, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra will present a Mozart festival, which will run Jan. 16-24. “These […]

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Put a little pop in your party

Dayton Philharmonic’s Hometown Holiday concert in Dayton and Troy By CC Hutten Photo: Sister duo Adelee and Gentry will perform with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra during the Hometown Holidays concert, Dec. 5 and 6 in Downtown Dayton, and Dec. 7 in Troy This winter, let the phrase “home for the holidays” take on a whole […]

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Faith, meet reason

New York Polyphony at University of Dayton By CC Hutten Photo: New York Polyphony will perform at Church of the Holy Angels on Nov. 20; photo: Jiyang Chen For one night only, world-renowned vocal chamber ensemble New York Polyphony will challenge Dayton audiences to contemplate the relationship between faith and reason. On Thursday, Nov. 20, […]

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A love story and a music story

Vanguard Concert Series presents Cavatina Duo By Rick Eichhorn Photo: The Vanguard Concert Series presents The Cavatina Duo on Nov. 16 at the Dayton Art Institute Artists, musicians, teachers, parents, travelers, explorers, performers – any of these words could be used to describe the acclaimed husband and wife team known as the Cavatina Duo. On […]

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The perfect art of chamber music

Vanguard Concerts presents clarinetist Narek Arutyunian By Rick Eichhorn Photo: Narek Arutyunian will perform at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 at the DAI; photo: Christian Steiner When talking about all the work and effort that’s gone into more than 52 years of Vanguard Concerts, George W. Houk wants to make one thing perfectly clear: “It’s been […]

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Advice Goddess: 3/31

By Amy Alkon Eyes that light up a womb I’m a 35-year-old guy who’s doing online dating and who’s against […]

News of the Weird: 3/31

By Chuck Shepherd The continuing crisis The trendy St. Pauli neighborhood in historic Hamburg, Germany, suffers its share of uncouth […]

The Docket:03/31

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Bad timing A Dayton police detective stopped at […]

Chew on this: 03/31

Defensive eating for nutrition survival By Jayne Powers Back in the day – think the years following World War I […]

News of the weird: 03/24

By Chuck Shepherd Anatomy Class in Court “This will be upsetting,” cautioned Justice Robert Graesser, addressing jurors in February in […]

Chew on this: 03/24

Cooking techniques and skills for healthier lives By Jayne Powers Nutrition is more than being able to pick out healthful […]