Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Receives 9th ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming

Jun 28, 2010, 14:00 ET from Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra

DAYTON, Ohio, June 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- At the National Conference of the League of American Orchestras, held June 16-19 in Atlanta, Georgia, the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra received an ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, the ninth in the orchestra's history.

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The Awards for Adventurous Programming are offered to American orchestras each year by the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) and the League of American Orchestras for concerts that challenge the audience, build the repertoire, and strengthen support for American composers in this country and abroad.  The awards recognize orchestras of all sizes whose programming in the most recent concert season demonstrates a strong commitment to contemporary music.

Adjudication by an independent, anonymous jury is based not only on the number of contemporary works (written in the last 25 years) performed by each orchestra, but also on the variety and creativity of new-music programming during the season.  

Significant works by contemporary American composers performed by the DPO in the 09-10 season included the world premiere of Lowell Liebermann's Clarinet Concerto, Steve Reich's The Four Sections, and Rainbow Body, by Christopher Theofanidis. The complete list of new music compositions performed by the DPO in the 2009-2010 Season include:


Coleman, Linda Robbins

Elegy for the Greatest Generation

Kapilow, Robert

Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham

Liebermann, Lowell

Revelry, op. 47

Clarinet Concerto


Meyer, Richard

Rosin Eating Zombies

Olmsted, Jeff

Songs of Rumi

Reich, Steve

The Four Sections

Sierra, Roberto

Let's Do a Symphony: We've Got Rhythm

Theofanidis, Christopher

Rainbow Body

Wendel, Robert

The Ride of the Headless Horseman

Take Flight


Williams, John

Harry's Wondrous World

Hedwig's Flight


Nimbus 2000


Quidditch


Winteregg, Steven

Prelude for Charles

Fanfare for a City


TGV





About the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra

The Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra is the largest and oldest performing arts organization in the community. Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra performances are made possible in part by Montgomery County and Culture Works, the single largest source of community funds for the arts and culture in the Miami Valley. Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra receives partial funding from the Ohio Arts Council, a state agency created to foster and encourage the development of the arts and to preserve Ohio's cultural heritage. Funding from the Ohio Arts Council is an investment of state tax dollars that promotes economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohio residents.

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