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Ain't It Grand!

Saturday September 23, 2017, 7:30PM

Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

No maps required for this opening night featuring Ferde Grofe's magnificent, jazzy American masterpiece, Grand Canyon Suite.  Flowering like a desert rose, this piece paints a musical picture of the sights, sounds and sentiments experienced by Grofe on his road trip to this grandest of canyons.  Our path winds to a grand opera composer, the successful and popular, Giacomo Puccini, and his Preludio Sinfonico.  Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with its myriad, adventurous variations and featuring pianist, Ketevan Kartvelishvili, takes our evening to an epic conclusion!  

FERDE GROFE   Grand Canyon Suite 
PUCCINI  Preludio Sinfonico
RACHMANINOFF Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

Steven Karidoyanes, conductor
Ketevan Kartvelishvili, pianist

  • Soiree-Pilgrim Hall Museum 6:00-7:30pm $20
  • Pre-Concert Talk: All About The Music @6:30pm
  • Concert Memorial Hall 7:30pm

Flavors of Spain & Italy
Saturday, October 28, 2017, 7:30PM

Plymouth North High School Performing Arts Center
Plymouth, MA 

Like the twists and turns of a country road, this program treats us to the splendors of Spain and Italy.  Felix Mendelssohn so loved his time in Italy it inspired his colorful Symphony No. 4, capturing the sights, sounds and variety of an Italian holiday:  joyous and bathed in history.  Similarly, Spanish composer Joaquin Rodrigo's evocative Concierto de Aranjuez, with its flamenco-like rhythm, composed for classical guitar and orchestra, captures the fragrance of magnolias, the singing of birds and the gushing of fountains in the Spanish palace garden.  Rossini's Overture to The Barber of Seville adds a touch of whimsy and playfulness to this rich flavorful evening.  

MENDELSSOHN  Symphony No. 4, Italian
RODRIGO  Concierto de Aranjuez
ROSSINI  Overture: The Barber of Seville
 

Steven Karidoyanes, conductor
Eliot Fisk, guitarist 

  • Pre-Concert Talk: All About The Music @ 6:30pm.
  • Post-Concert Meet the Musicians Dessert at the adjacent Plymouth Center for Active Living. $10


Holiday Pops

Saturday, December 9, 2017, 3PM and 7:30PM

Sunday, December 10, 2017, 3PM 

 Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

Our compass is pointing due north, with a guest from the North Pole and weekend full of holiday cheer!  Our annual Holiday Pops weekend includes fun, family, community--and beloved seasonal music!  Astounding tenor Matthew Anderson returns to sing holiday classics.  The Plymouth Community Intermediate School 6th Grade Treble Chorus lends their angelic voices to our three festive holiday concerts, while our annual March of the Toys charity toy drive rounds out this holiday spectacular.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9   |   3pm and 8pm
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10   |   3pm

Steven Karidoyanes, conductor

Matthew Anderson, tenor
Plymouth Community Intermediate School 6th Grade Treble Chorus, Jessica Fuller, director


Family Concert

Sunday, March 11, 2018 • Instrument Demo 2PM, Concert 3PM

Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

Bring the kids, family and friends to an afternoon of sheer musical delight!  Our annual Family Concert packs a whole lot of fun in to one event!  Meet our Phil Musicians and their instruments during a pre-concert instrument demonstration - the perfect way to test-drive many instruments!  This hour-long Phil concert includes performances by the Plymouth Children's Chorus and the winner of the South Shore Conservatory's Youth Concerto Competition.  Family-friendly ticket prices make this an affordable, fun way to experience the magic of live orchestral music.   

Steven Karidoyanes, conductor
  
Plymouth Children's Chorus
Jessica Fuller, director
Featuring South Shore Conservatory Youth Concerto Competition Winner 
  • Instrument Demonstration @ 2-2:45pm
  • Plymouth Philharmonic Concert @ 3-4pm


Passions Unbound

Saturday, April 28, 2018, 7:30PM

Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

Inspiration and passion take the wheel!  Composer Erno Dohnanyi may have laid the bedrock for Hungarian music in the 20th century but American Rhapsody pays homage to his new home in the United States with its variations on familiar folk gospel themes--a celebratory piece!  The joyride ensues with Tchaikovsky's exuberant Symphony No. 2 written during a summer holiday in Ukraine and infused with the composer's love of Russian folk songs.  Guest soloist, Meehae Ryo, slides into the driver's seat during Saint-Saens' Cello Concerto No. 1, a full throttle piece written with dramatic, impassioned contrasts between cello and orchestra--seatbelts fastened!

DOHNANYI  American Rhapsody
SAINT-SAENS  Cello Concerto No. 1
TCHAIKOVSKY  Symphony No. 2, Ukrainian

Steven Karidoyanes, conductor
Meehae Ryo, cellist
  • Pre-Concert Soiree at Pilgrim Hall Museum @ 6pm  $20 
  • Pre-Concert Talk: All About The Music @ 6:30pm


Spring Pops!  Broadway, Our Way
with Will & Anthony Nunziata 
Saturday, May 19, 2018, 7:30PM

Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

Why go to Broadway when Broadway can come to you?
Spring Pops meets the Big Apple when Will and Anthony Nunziata join the Phil for its big finish, Broadway-styled finale to the 102nd season!  This charming duo blends vocals, humor and brotherly banter with their fresh takes on timeless Broadway classics.  Join us for an NYC-inspired preconcert cocktail party upstairs in the Blue Room at Memorial Hall.  So pack your hopes and dreams--and meet us on Broadway for an evening of great music and entertainment!


Steven Karidoyanes, conductor
Will & Anthony Nunziata, guest artists

  • Pre-Concert Soiree in the Blue Room, Memorial Hall at 6pm  $20