Featuring Drew Petersen, piano. Honor the legacy of American musical icon Leonard Bernstein for a celebration commemorating his 100th birthday. The orchestra pays tribute to his life and career with music from West Side Story, dances from On the Town, and his Candide Overture.
Featuring the Philharmonic Chorus. Experience Duruflé’s Requiem – a work of profound beauty and soothing character – featuring your Philharmonic Chorus in the superb acoustics of First Christian Church with the world-class organ joining the orchestra.
Featuring Donata Cucinotta. Peace and freedom are bought with a substantial cost. The Phil pays tribute to those who have served and to those currently serving in our armed forces, providing protection and liberty to us all.
Versatile leading man Norm Lewis has lent his powerful baritone to leading roles as varied as Javert in Les Misérables, Billy Flynn in Chicago, King Triton in The Little Mermaid, and the first African-American behind the mask in Phantom of the Opera.
Featuring Timothy Stephenson, piano. The stunning beginning of Grieg’s concerto is one of the most memorable moments in classical music, and the entire concerto is filled with beautiful melodies. Brahms’ symphony is simply “sunny,” perfect for a February concert!
Featuring Susie Park, violin. Young Australian-born violinist Susie Park – known worldwide for her “searing emotive range” and dynamic stage presence - joins the Phil for Tchaikovsky’s spirited Violin Concerto.
This free, outdoor pops concert is performed on the grounds of the Bartholomew County Veterans Memorial. Join the Philharmonic for a patriotic salute to honor those who have served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces.