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

Apr
4
Sat
THE CRESCENT, CRESLINE, WABASH PLASTICS FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO SPONSOR THE ENVELOPE PLEASE, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm
THE CRESCENT, CRESLINE, WABASH PLASTICS FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO SPONSOR THE ENVELOPE PLEASE, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre

Alfred Savia, Conductor
Susan Egan and Doug LaBrecque, Soloists

SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020 7 PM
SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2020 2 PM

An Evening of Grammy, Tony and Academy Award winning songs with two of Broadway’s best—Susan Egan (the original Belle from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast) and Doug LaBrecque (Phantom of The Opera). Song list includes Circle of Life, Can You Feel the Love Tonight, Colors of the Wind, You Raise Me Up, The Way We Were, Cabaret, Defying Gravity, and Music of the Night.

The Saturday evening concert concludes with the long-awaited announcement of the name of the next music director of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra!

 

CONCERT SPONSOR:
THE CRESCENT, CRESLINE, WABASH PLASTICS FOUNDATION

Apr
5
Sun
THE CRESCENT, CRESLINE, WABASH PLASTICS FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO SPONSOR THE ENVELOPE PLEASE, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre
Apr 5 @ 2:00 pm
THE CRESCENT, CRESLINE, WABASH PLASTICS FOUNDATION IS PROUD TO SPONSOR THE ENVELOPE PLEASE, ALFRED SAVIA CONDUCTOR @ The Victory Theatre

Alfred Savia, Conductor
Susan Egan and Doug LaBrecque, Soloists

SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020 7 PM
SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2020 2 PM

An Evening of Grammy, Tony and Academy Award winning songs with two of Broadway’s best—Susan Egan (the original Belle from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast) and Doug LaBrecque (Phantom of The Opera). Song list includes Circle of Life, Can You Feel the Love Tonight, Colors of the Wind, You Raise Me Up, The Way We Were, Cabaret, Defying Gravity, and Music of the Night.

The Saturday evening concert concludes with the long-awaited announcement of the name of the next music director of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra!

 

CONCERT SPONSOR:
THE CRESCENT, CRESLINE, WABASH PLASTICS FOUNDATION