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Prohibition: Cabarets & Speakeasies of the Era

Friday, October 7—Sunday, October 9, 2022

Friday, October 7—Sunday, October 9, 2022
Orchestra Hall
2 hours

Travel back to the moody cabarets and speakeasies of old New York, Paris, Berlin, London, and Atlantic City. It was a time influenced by prohibition, gangsters, ingénues, and intrigue. Join the DSO and a stellar cast of vocalists for a musical journey through the era with classics like “La Vie en Rose,” “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” and “What’ll I Do.”

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    Jeff Tyzik

    conductor

  • Myra Maud

    vocalist

  • Bronson Norris Murphy

    vocalist

  • Madison Claire Parks

    vocalist

  • Eric Metzgar

    drums

Jeff Tyzik

conductor

Grammy Award winner Jeff Tyzik is one of America’s most innovative and sought-after pops conductors. Tyzik is recognized for his brilliant arrangements, original programming, and engaging rapport with audiences of all ages. In addition to his role as Principal Pops Conductor of the DSO, Tyzik holds The Dot and Paul Mason Principal Pops Conductor’s Podium at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and also serves as principal pops conductor of the Oregon Symphony, Florida Orchestra, and Rochester Philharmonic – a post he has held for 23 seasons.

Frequently invited as a guest conductor, Tyzik has appeared with the Boston Pops, Cincinnati Pops, Milwaukee Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Royal Scottish National Orchestra. In May 2007, the Harmonia Mundi label released his recording of works by Gershwin with pianist Jon Nakamatsu and the RPO, which stayed in the Top 10 on the Billboard classical chart for over three months. Alex Ross of the New Yorker called it “one of the snappiest Gershwin discs in years.”

Committed to performing music of all genres, Tyzik has collaborated with such diverse artists as Megan Hilty, Chris Botti, Matthew Morrison, Wynonna Judd, Tony Bennett, Art Garfunkel, Dawn Upshaw, Marilyn Horne, Arturo Sandoval, The Chieftains, Mark O’Connor, Doc Severinsen, and John Pizzarelli. He has created numerous original programs that include the greatest music from jazz and classical to Motown, Broadway, film, dance, Latin, and swing. Tyzik holds Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the Eastman School of Music. For more information, visit jefftyzik.com.

Myra Maud

vocalist

Bronson Norris Murphy

vocalist

Madison Claire Parks

vocalist

Eric Metzgar

drums

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