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classics
Jan
18
Sat
CHARLES LATSHAW, CONDUCTOR AND ALAN SNOW, VIOLIN; GRAHAM CULLEN, CELLO @ The Victory Theatre
Jan 18 @ 7:00 pm
CHARLES LATSHAW, CONDUCTOR AND ALAN SNOW, VIOLIN; GRAHAM CULLEN, CELLO @ The Victory Theatre

Charles Latshaw, Conductor
Alan Snow, Violin & Graham Cullen, Cello

Danzón No. 2 is a Mexican classic inspired by Cuban dance rhythms. The work even played a key role in an episode of the Amazon series “Mozart in the Jungle.”

Brahms’ majestic “Double” Concerto is lyrically rich and romantic and the perfect work to show off the remarkable talents of our own concertmaster and principal cellist.

Tchaikovsky’s lush Fifth Symphony is a favorite among concertgoers worldwide. Full of yearning melodies that express the composer’s passion, this masterpiece begins in deathly sadness but ends in triumph.

Program Notes  |  Conductor Finalist Bio  |  Guest Artist Graham Cullen bio  |  Guest Artist Alan Snow bio

CONCERT SPONSOR:
ROMAIN CROSS POINTE AUTO PARK

Feb
16
Sun
GOSPEL AT THE PHIL, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre
Feb 16 @ 4:00 pm
GOSPEL AT THE PHIL, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre

Gospel At The Phil
Alfred Savia, Conductor
Sunday, February 16, 2020 4PM
(please note time is different from other Sunday Pops concerts)

Join us for a soul-stirring, hand-raising celebration of faith, unity, and eternal hope. The orchestra is joined by members of the Philharmonic Chorus and singers from New Hope Baptist and other area churches to perform gospel classics like Oh, Happy Day, Total Praise, His Eye is on the Sparrow, Now Behold the Lamb, and the contemporary music of Israel Houghton, Kirk Franklin, Bebe and Cece Winans, Kurt Carr, and more!

CONCERT AND GUEST ARTIST SPONSOR:
OLD NATIONAL BANK

CHORUS SPONSOR:
FRIENDS OF THE CHORUS

Feb
29
Sat
ROGER KALIA, CONDUCTOR AND MENG SU, GUITAR @ The Victory Theatre
Feb 29 @ 7:00 pm
ROGER KALIA, CONDUCTOR AND MENG SU, GUITAR @ The Victory Theatre

Roger Kalia, Conductor
Meng Su, Guitar

A famous gypsy band once made such a strong impression on Kodály that he was inspired to write his exotic Galanta Dances.

Superstar Meng Su performs the piece that won her the gold medal and the distinction of being the first female guitarist to win the Parkening Competition. The extraordinarily beautiful Adagio makes the Concierto de Aranjuez one of the most popular of all time.

The picturesque Symphony No. 3, inspired by Mendelssohn’s memorable trip to Scotland, incorporates flavors of Scottish dance and folk music.

GUEST ARTIST SPONSOR:
DEACONESS

Mar
14
Sat
MUSIC AND SPORTS, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre
Mar 14 @ 7:00 pm
MUSIC AND SPORTS, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre

Music and Sports
Alfred Savia, Conductor

Let the Evansville Philharmonic prove that music and sports do complement one another! This entertaining March Madness event will feature special guests from the athletic community, cheerleaders, fight songs, John Williams’ Olympic Fanfare, and selections from classic sports movies such as Hoosiers, Rudy, and Chariots of Fire.

CONCERT SPONSOR:
ROBERT & MARIANNA WRIGHT

CLUB18|39!

Club1839A FREE program that allows 18–39 ages to get discounted 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.

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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.