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A cultural colossus

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra presents Reflections of France By Pat Suarez Photo: Classical pianist Pascal Rogé will perform with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra for their Reflections of France concert Feb. 6 and 8 Sometimes, size doesn’t matter. Consider France. In land mass, France is smaller than Texas. But in terms of historical influence in language, politics, exploration […]

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Can you Handel it?

Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra presents Judas Maccabeus  By Sara Mastbaum   Photo: The Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra will present Handel’s Judas Maccabeus at the Dayton Masonic Center on Nov. 24 When it comes to George Frederic Handel and the holidays, the “Messiah” is king (no pun intended), at least, in the 21st century. Back in Handel’s […]

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Mendelssohn’s deep cuts

Far Excursions with DPO at Schuster Center By Pat Suarez Photo: Composer Michael Kevin Daugherty’s “Bay of Pigs” will be featured during the Far Excursions program by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra on Nov. 1 and 2 at the Schuster Center Consider what Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Music Director and Conductor Neal Gittleman has brought to his orchestra and […]

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‘Paul’ is live

Symphonic Tribute to The Music of Paul McCartney at the Schuster Center By Benjamin Smith   Photo: Tony Kishman [pictured] and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the music of Paul McCartney in Live And Let Die at the Schuster Center on Friday, Oct. 18 Sir Paul McCartney unveils his new album – titled New (that […]

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Beyond the concert hall

Seraphim Chamber Artists to play Tipp City’s Concerts in the Park  By Sara Mastbaum   Photo: Seraphim Chamber Artists will perform at Tipp City Park on Sept. 14 While many associate classical music with dressing up, forking over big money and being afraid to cough, there are as many ways to enjoy it as there are […]

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Out-of-this-world music

Jupiter String Quartet at Dayton Art Institute By Joe Aiello Photo: The Jupiter String Quartet will perform at the Dayton Art Institue on Saturday, May 11 Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. Among other things, that means there is no place it can go to hide. Just like chamber musicians; especially those who […]

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Northern exposure

Toledo Symphony brings Classical Thunder to Greenville By Joe Aiello Photo: The Toledo Symphony Orchestra and conductor Jeffrey Pollock will present their Classical Thunder program in Greenville on Saturday, April 27 On Saturday, April 27 at 8 p.m. in St. Clair Memorial Hall, 215 W. Fourth St. in Greenville, Resident Conductor Jeffrey Pollock and the Toledo Symphony […]

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The sounds of a master

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra presents the works of Beethoven By Joe Aiello Photo: Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra will be joined by guest pianist Norman Krieger on Saturday, April 13 Here’s some really new math: 4 concert programs + 3 concert series = X. Solve for X. It is helpful if you know going in that two concert programs […]

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From Russia with [dark] love

DPO presents Russian Masters By Joe Aiello Photo: Concertmaster Jessica Hung will perform with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra for Russian Masters on March 15-16 Remember the TV situation comedy “Cheers” about a bar in Boston and the regulars who met to have a drink, kick back, carry on a conversation and just generally have a good […]

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Bright motion and forward-looking music

Pianist Michael Mizrahi to perform at University of Dayton By Benjamin Smith Photo credit: Steven Taylor In these turbulent economic times, it might prove useful to pause and reflect on the relative value of, say, $15. In New York City, $15 can buy you a decent martini or Manhattan. In San Francisco, $15 can buy you […]

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News of the weird: 12/16

By Chuck Shepherd Dying to get a date Like many in society’s subgroups, people who work in “death” industries or […]

Advice Goddess: 12/16

By Amy Alkon American idle My girlfriend is beautiful, highly intelligent and interesting. She’s smart for a living (as a […]

The Docket: 12/9

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove Photo: The Miamisburg Community Holiday Event […]

Jingle ’Burg

Miamisburg Holiday Parade returns By CC Hutten Photo: The Miamisburg Community Holiday Event and Parade begins at 11:30 a.m. on […]

Advice Goddess: 12/9

By Amy Alkon Belittle Richard My girlfriend says she likes that I’m smart but says I can be “on” too […]

News of the weird: 12/9

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – TMI Kansas lawyer Dennis Hawver was disbarred in November for his comically bad (24 […]