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Spooky in Springfield

SSO’s first-ever Fright Lights concert By Tim Smith Photo: Peter Stafford Wilson conducts the Springfield Symphony Orchestra during their Halloween-themed Fright Lights prgoram on Saturday, Oct. 31; photo: Bob Bingenheimer Ghosts, goblins, thrills and chills will be served up during the Springfield Symphony Orchestra’s first Nightlights 1—Fright Lights concert Oct. 31. The program of all […]

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Seeing (and hearing) stars

Catch A Rising Star Gala showcases young talent By Erin Callahan Photo: Alpin Hong will perform in the Education Center of the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery as part of Discover Classical WDPR’s Catch A Rising Star program The three performers of Catch A Rising Star, hosted by Discover Classical WDPR, can boast professional music study, […]

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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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Three’s company

Vanguard Concert Series presents Lincoln Trio at DAI By Josher Lumpkin Photo: The Lincoln Piano Trio will perform on May 23 at the Dayton Art Institute; photo: Marc Hauser The Dayton Art Institute’s Vanguard Concert Series has an impressive history of providing live chamber music in an intimate setting for over 52 years. In this time, […]

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Joyful noise

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra closes season with Beethoven’s great Ninth By Pat Suarez Photo: The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra presents Beethoven’s Ninth on May 16 and 17 in the Mead Theatre of the Schuster Center Try this: Put a blank sheet of musical staves (those five horizontal, parallel lines separated by four spaces), enough for an orchestra’s woodwinds, […]

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Thrill me, Amadeus

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates Mozart’s legacy By Pat Suarez Photo: Violinist and concertmaster Jessica Hung; photo: Scott Kimmins Almost a decade ago, I invited a friend to a Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra performance of Gustav Mahler’s dense and thrilling Symphony No. 6. My friend had a long history of performance of classical music with a mid-major orchestra, […]

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Four-handed (keyboard) massage

Pianists Ran Dank and Soyeon Kate Lee at Dayton Art Institute By CC Hutten Photo: Pianists Soyeon Kate Lee and Ran Dank will present their first Vanguard Concerts performance as a married couple; photo: Lisa-Marie Mazzucco The Vanguard Concert series at the Dayton Art Institute is the only chamber music series in the United States to have […]

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Classic cuts

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra’s Mozart & Beethoven at Masonic Center By Pat Suarez Photo: Ludwig van Beethoven Here’s how extraordinary the more than two dozen piano concerti of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are: E. Dane Harvey – French horn player, Mozart aficionado and raconteur – once said when he listened to a Mozart symphony, he was always waiting […]

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Auld Lang Syne!

DPAA presents New Year’s Eve Around the World  By Zach Rogers   Photo: Concertmaster Jessica Hung [front, standing] joins the Dayton Philharmonic for the New Year’s Eve concert;  photo: Andy Snow The holiday season has snuck up on us once again, and as one year fades into another, many mark this special occasion by going out […]

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Gettin’ funky with it

Amy Kollar Anderson makes vivid art full-time By Bill Franz Exactly a year after she left her job as gallery […]

Climate UPHEAVAL

ArtStreet introduces next installation in IAN series By Joyell Nevins Art is not just meant to be looked at; it’s […]

Be Well, Marsha 2/2/16

Forget me not by Marsha Bonhart In my much younger, other life, I was a model. I never graced the […]

Flying high on the ground

Troy’s WACO Museum offers classes, camps, robotics and more By Tim Walker WACO—pronounced like “taco”—was the name of the WACO […]

What we ask

By Marsha Bonhart Trying to stay healthy is a job. Do this. Don’t do that. Eat this. Don’t eat that. […]

Why sourdough is a better bread to consume

By Rocco Castellano It might seem weirdly sacrilegious, in honoring the eclectic and alternative genius of David Bowie to focus […]