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“Pops!” go the classics

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Mention the words “Pops Concert,” and many music lovers instantly picture the late great Arthur Fiedler, the longtime conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra. Fiedler manned the podium in Boston’s Symphony Hall for more than forty years, delighting generations of concertgoers with his blend of light classical fare mixed with popular music favorites. The Dayton […]

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Jackie in Wonderland

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Dayton Philharmonic backs prodigy Jackie Evancho at Schuster Jackie Evancho will sing opera favorites as well as her new more “pop” songs, including her self-penned “Wonderland.” By Sarah Monroe There are many things that get better with age: delicious wine, smooth whiskey, tasty cheese and the ethereal voice of Jackie Evancho. She astounded audiences worldwide […]

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Still unfound?

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Windborne backed by Dayton Philharmonic performs music of U2 Brody Dolyniuk and Windborne team with the DPO to perform U2’s best-known music. By Tim Walker Now into their fifth decade, Irish band U2 have stood the test of time in more ways than one. The list of instantly recognizable hit songs the band has written […]

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We can be heroes, for just one day

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David Brighton performs the music of David Bowie with the Philharmonic at Schuster David Brighton performs the music of David Bowie with the Dayton Philharmonic By Tim Walker Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. The Thin White Duke. Aladdin Sane. Space Oddity. Suffragette City. Rebel, Rebel. Scary Monsters. In the long history of the […]

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The symphonic sounds of Hogwarts

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Cincinnati Pops Orchestra performs “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” Brass musicians of the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra By Tim Walker Has it really been sixteen years since the film “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” first graced the screens of theaters worldwide, filling countless theater seats with fans of J.K.  Rowling’s bespectacled young wizard-in-training? As […]

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They will rock you again

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The Music of Queen returns to the Schuster By Allyson B. Crawford Photo: Rachel Wooding performs The Music of Queen in 2012, back to the Schuster Center by popular demand April 29 For conductor Richard Sidwell, Queen wasn’t a favorite band or even one that was on his radar. Sure, he knew “Bohemian Rhapsody,” but […]

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A force awakens

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Dayton Philharmonic presents ‘The Best of John Williams’ By Gary Spencer Photo: Mark Hamill, Luke Skywalker, from the ‘Star Wars’ series, set to a classic score by John Williams; photo: Rob Bogaerts, Dutch National Archives Oftentimes, one of the most overlooked parts to the success of a motion picture is the score. While it may […]

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One moment in time

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Dayton Philharmonic pays tribute to the music of Whitney Houston By Tim Walker Photo: ‘Windbourne Presents the Music of Whitney Houston’ brings the singer’s music to the Schuster, Saturday, Feb. 11 “Hang on just a second,” Rashidra Scott says with a laugh as she walks through Manhattan, the bustle of the big city streets clearly audible […]

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Lights, camera…hope?

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Dayton Philharmonic brushes off Oscars’ buried gems By Morgan Laurens Photo: Marie Danvers sings the classics at Lights, Camera… the Oscars! Jan. 20-21 at the Schuster Every true film lover has that moment when they realize, Oh, right, the Oscars are bullshit. Mine arrived precisely 6 minutes and 26 seconds into 2013’s opening monologue, when I […]

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Going their own way

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Dayton Philharmonic performs Landslide: Music of Fleetwood Mac By Tim Walker Photo: Dayton Philharmonic’s Rockin’ Orchestra presents Landslide: The Music of Fleetwood Mac at the Schuster Nov. 4 Fleetwood Mac. The very name itself conjures up decades of musical memories, images of top hats, swirling scarves, and marching bands, as well as rumors of fighting, […]

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