DAVE BENNETT: One Night Only!
Aug
12
7:00 pm19:00

DAVE BENNETT: One Night Only!

  • Turtle Run Golf Club

Back in Danville by popular demand, Dave Bennett will serve up some sizzling hits with members of the Danville Symphony Orchestra. Put on your dancing shoes and join us for a night of smooth tunes with everyone's favorite crooning star. One performance only—don't miss it!

Dave Bennett, vocals/guitar/clarinet
Jeremy Swerling, Music Director
Members of the Danville Symphony Orchestra

7:00pm Libations & Appetizers
8:00pm Performance
$50 (limited reservations / cash bar)

Tickets on sale June 19th. Call the office for reservations: (217) 443-5300. Renew your 2017-2018 Season Subscription at the same time and your first cocktail is on us! All proceeds benefit the Danville Symphony Orchestra.

 

 

DSO Disco Fever
Oct
7
7:30 pm19:30

DSO Disco Fever

  • Dick Van Dyke Auditorium

The world's #1 ABBA tribute production performing all of your favorites hits of ABBA and the BEE GEES.

ABBAmania & Night Fever
Jeremy Swerling, Music Director

Home for Christmas
Dec
9
7:30 pm19:30

Home for Christmas

  • Dick Van Dyke Auditorium

Enjoy all of your favorite Christmas tunes with Chicago cabaret duo Menzie & Michael! Also featuring the Danville High School Show Choirs, prepare yourself for an evening of down home Christmas charm with the DSO.

Beckie Menzie, piano/vocals
Tom Michael, vocals
Danville High School Show Choirs
Jeremy Swerling, Music Director

Mostly Mozart
Mar
10
7:30 pm19:30

Mostly Mozart

  • Ridgeview Baptist Church

Enjoy an intimate chamber music experience with some of the most beautiful Mozartian composition, featuring our own DSO principal harp and flute players. A limited seating experience not to be missed!

W.A. Mozart: Concerto for Flute, Harp & Orchestra in C Major, K.299
W.A. Mozart:  Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K.201

Amanda Pond, flute
Julia Jamieson, harp
Jeremy Swerling, Music Director
Danville Symphony Chamber Orchestra

 

A Evening of Adventures
May
5
7:30 pm19:30

A Evening of Adventures

  • Dick Van Dyke Auditorium

An interplanetary sonic adventure ensues with The Planets, narrated by a hometown NASA astronaut, in addition to the Quixotic adventures of the Richard Strauss opus.

Gustav Holst: The Planets, Op. 32
Richard Strauss: Don Quixote, Op. 35

Joe Tanner, narrator
Clark Potter, viola
Mark Motycka, cello
Jeremy Swerling, Music Director