The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2020–2021 Recital Series offers beautiful music at an excellent value. It includes two chamber programs at the Dayton Art Institute specially designed by Concertmaster Jessica Hung. In October 2020, the DPO String Quartet performs with the Beo String Quartet, one of the top new ensembles performing today. Our May 2021 concert, FROM MOZART TO CAFE MUSIC, treats you to a feast of piano trios from three centuries from such composers as Mozart, Dvořák, and Schoenfield. Also included in this landmark season is DAYTON OPERA’S 60TH ANNIVERSARY OPERA STAR RECITAL at the Schuster Center in March 2021. Plus, you’ll receive a C-tier Wild Card that can be used for any Dayton Performing Arts Alliance event.
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The DPO Principal and Beo string quartets playing boy-wonder Mendelssohn’s giddiness-inducing Octet – radiant, gossamer, and lickety-split. But first, an inspired pairing to start the concert.
Dayton Philharmonic Concertmaster Jessica Hung and her musical friends have prepared a feast of piano trios from three centuries. First up, Mozart’s K. 502, which he suggested be played “in friendly, musical, social circles.”