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Here’s What’s New for the 2016-2017 Arts Season!
Dayton Philharmonic Celebrates African-American Experience
A major community success over the past 10 years, the Stained Glass Concerts are known for their blend of classical and African-American musical compositions for a spiritual, gospel-influenced performance. On Jan. 22, 2017 at the Schuster Center, the Orchestra will bring this style of music to life in a concert that is solely underwritten by the Rosenthal Foundation. Click here to learn more.
Victoria Theatre: 150th Anniversary Documentary
Victoria Theatre is getting ready for its close-up: soon to be the subject of a TV documentary for its 150th anniversary celebration. To be aired on ThinkTV, the PBS affiliate, this program will be completed in late-autumn 2016. The documentary will spotlight the building itself, along with people touched by the iconic landmark's place in Dayton's history and cultural heritage. Click here to learn more.
Dayton Ballet: Daring Duets performance enhancements
Lovers of professional dance will get a rare insider look at the challenges, preparation, and skill needed to finalize a piece. Set for Feb. 2017, and made possible via a Rosenthal Foundation grant, this Dayton Ballet duet repertoire will showcase projected video of dancers practicing and being interviewed about what it takes to chase perfection. Click here to learn more.
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