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EVANSVILLE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA APPOINTS ACTING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Kimberly BredemeierThe Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra is pleased to announce the appointment of Kimberly Bredemeier as the Acting Executive Director effective December 1, 2018. Board President Mark Powers states, “Kim brings a tremendous amount of training, experience and talent to this position, and therefore, the transition will be seamless.”

Bredemeier’s responsibilities include managing the human and financial resources of the organization in order to achieve the orchestra's mission. Within that responsibility she will be responsible and accountable for all operational aspects of the organization and implementing the policies set by the board of directors. The executive director is selected by and reports to the orchestra's board of directors through the board president. The executive director's artistic counterpart is the music director.

Read the full article here.

Dec
15
Sat
Evansville Ballet’s The Nutcracker @ Victory Theatre
Dec 15 @ 7:00 pm
Evansville Ballet's The Nutcracker @ Victory Theatre

Saturday, December 15, 2018 7:00 PM
Sunday, December 16, 2018 2:00 PM

The Evansville Ballet Theatre’s season includes the Tri-State’s tradition of bringing the magic of The Nutcracker to life with the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. Housed in the historic Victory Theatre in downtown, you’ll want to attend this classic ballet about a young girl’s Christmas Eve dreams a part of your family’s own holiday season.

Evansville Ballet Theatre is thrilled to announce that the role of Mother Ginger in this year’s Nutcracker will be played by Don Mattingly. We are so excited to welcome hometown legend Donnie Baseball back to the EBT stage. Just one more sweet treat our performance has to offer!

Clara’s Tea Party | December 16th | This VIP Event is SOLD OUT.

Dec
16
Sun
Evansville Ballet’s The Nutcracker @ Victory Theatre
Dec 16 @ 2:00 pm
Evansville Ballet's The Nutcracker @ Victory Theatre

Saturday, December 15, 2018 7:00 PM
Sunday, December 16, 2018 2:00 PM

The Evansville Ballet Theatre’s season includes the Tri-State’s tradition of bringing the magic of The Nutcracker to life with the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. Housed in the historic Victory Theatre in downtown, you’ll want to attend this classic ballet about a young girl’s Christmas Eve dreams a part of your family’s own holiday season.

Evansville Ballet Theatre is thrilled to announce that the role of Mother Ginger in this year’s Nutcracker will be played by Don Mattingly. We are so excited to welcome hometown legend Donnie Baseball back to the EBT stage. Just one more sweet treat our performance has to offer!

Clara’s Tea Party | December 16th | This VIP Event is SOLD OUT.

Jan
26
Sat
ROBERT MOODY, GUEST CONDUCTOR @ Victory Theatre
Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm
ROBERT MOODY, GUEST CONDUCTOR @ Victory Theatre
ROBERT MOODY, GUEST CONDUCTOR

Saturday, January 26, 2019
7PM

Evansville Philharmonic Chorus 
Margaret Carpenter Haigh, Soprano

Mason Bates                      Auditorium
Felix Mendelssohn             Symphony No. 4, “Italian”
John Rutter                         Requiem

What better way to celebrate Maestro Savia’s 30th Anniversary than to bring back his first Assistant Conductor, Robert Moody! Currently Music Director of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Moody began his conducting career in Evansville, not only as Assistant Conductor but also as Evansville Philharmonic Chorus Conductor and founding conductor of the Evansville Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.  Moody leads the EPO in Mendelssohn’s brilliant “Italian” Symphony No. 4, and reunites with the Chorus for John Rutter’s sublime and uplifting Requiem. Currently Composer-In-Residence at the Kennedy Center, Mason Bates describes his innovative piece, Auditorium, as a thriller during which the orchestra is “haunted” by ghostly recordings of a baroque ensemble.

GUEST ARTIST SPONSOR
Romain Cross Pointe Auto Park

CHORUS SPONSOR
Friends of the Chorus

Feb
9
Sat
COUNTRY LEGENDS @ Victory Theatre
Feb 9 @ 7:00 pm
COUNTRY LEGENDS

Saturday, February 9, 2019, 7PM

Rachel Potter and Patrick Thomas, Singers

 

A foot-stompin,’ toe-tappin’ tribute to the greatest names in country music, including songs by famed singers and songwriters like Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, and Faith Hill. Hear country classics CrazyJoleneRing of FireOn The Road AgainDevil Went Down To Georgia, and many more. Singer Patrick Thomas is a Nashville-based recording artist and was a finalist on Season 1 of NBC’s hit show The Voice. Returning to the Victory stage after her 2015 Peppermint Pops appearance, Rachel Potter, is a Nashville based country music recording artist and songwriter, who was a top 12 Finalist on the hit television reality show The X Factor.

 

CONCERT SPONSORS

Robert & Marianna Wright
Richard P. Curby & Collynn Pearl

 

GUEST ARTIST SPONSOR

CLUB2030 IS NOW CLUB18|39!

Club1839A FREE program that allows 18–39 ages to get $15 best available seats to Evansville Philharmonic Classics or Pops concerts (limit 2 tickets per member per concert). If you’re 18–39, you can register for CLUB 18│39 for free. There is no joiner or membership fee for this program. This is the same program as CLUB2030 with the same great benefits.

More details can be found here.

GIVING, BUILDING, IMPROVING AND CHANGING.

As the largest arts institution in the Tri-State area, the impact of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra extends beyond the concert hall. We serve a vital educational role for area students ranging from pre-school through high school. We provide numerous community-outreach programs that play a critical role in attracting new businesses to the area. We help make the Tri-State an attractive place to work and live with a thriving cultural environment.

Alfred Savia

Mission

The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra’s core purpose is “to engage our community in the powerful experience of live symphonic music,” with core values covering the areas of customer service, artistic excellence, fiscal responsibility and community enrichment.