Young People's Concert: A Salute to Teachers (and Students)

Young People's Concert: A Salute to Teachers (and Students)

In this family-friendly concert, we pay homage to teachers-and the students they nurture-by highlighting some famous student-teacher composer duos.

Event details

Address: 1 W 2nd St, Dayton, OH 45402 [Map/directions]
Event has passed (Wed, Mar 20 2024)
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Young People's Concert: A Salute to Teachers (and Students)

About the Program

In this family-friendly concert, we pay homage to teachers—and the students they nurture—by highlighting some famous student-teacher composer duos. Haydn was Beethoven’s teacher; Dvorák and Burleigh taught each other; and Nadia Boulanger, who conducted the premiere of Stravinsky’s “Dumbarton Oaks” Concerto, was Maestro Neal’s teacher! Join us and raise your hands for those who impart wisdom and shape our futures.

Program

Joseph Haydn Finale from Symphony No. 104 in D Major

Ludwig van Beethoven Finale from Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op. 21

Antonín Dvorák Slavonic Dance

Harry T. Burleigh “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”

Igor Stravinsky Concert in E-flat “Dumbarton Oaks,” I. Tempo guisto

Zoltán Kodály Finale from “The Peacock” Variations

Featured Artists

Neal Gittleman, conductor

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra

Dayton Ballet II

Dayton Opera Artists-in-Residence

The Schuster Center

Young People's Concert: A Salute to Teachers (and Students) is taking place at The Schuster Center, which is located at 1 W 2nd St in Dayton. The Schuster Center - Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center - providing a world-class facility for the best in local, national and international performing artists. Can accommodate up to 2,300 for meetings or 500 banquets. - read more

Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

Dayton Performing Arts Alliance - The Philharmonic, Ballet, and Opera create art that celebrates life in the Dayton community. - read more

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