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Hollywood Rocks

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Hollywood Rocks

Friday, April 21—Saturday, April 22, 2023

Friday, April 21—Saturday, April 22, 2023
Orchestra Hall
2 hours

Hear the DSO perform iconic songs from memorable movies and binge-worthy series, all in one concert. Featuring music from A Star Is Born, Tommy, Stranger Things, Rocketman, Bohemian Rhapsody, Back to the Future, Rock of Ages, Mad Men, and Yesterday.


Stuart Chafetz


Stuart Chafetz is the Principal Pops Conductor of the Columbus Symphony and the newly appointed Principal Pops Conductor of the Chautauqua and Marin Symphonies. Chafetz, a conductor celebrated for his dynamic and engaging podium presence, is increasingly in demand with orchestras across the continent and this season Chafetz will be on the podium in Detroit, Houston, Milwaukee, Naples, Philly Pops, Cincinnati Pops and Pittsburgh. He enjoys a special relationship with The Phoenix Symphony where he leads multiple programs annually.

He previously held posts as resident conductor of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and associate conductor of the Louisville Orchestra. As principal timpanist of the Honolulu Symphony for twenty years, Chafetz would also conduct the annual Nutcracker performances with Ballet Hawaii and principals from the American Ballet Theatre. It was during that time that Chafetz led numerous concerts with the Maui Symphony and Pops. He's led numerous Spring Ballet performances at the world-renowned Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.
In the summers, Chafetz spends his time at the Chautauqua Institution, where he conducts the annual Fourth of July and Opera Pops.

Chafetz makes his home near San Francisco, CA, with his wife Ann Krinitsky. Chafetz holds a bachelor’s degree in music performance from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and a master’s from the Eastman School of Music.

Julie Reiber


Ms. Reiber’s versatility allows her to play a wide range of roles and sing in many styles. Classically trained with a BFA in Vocal Performance and a minor in Acting from Western Washington University, Ms. Reiber has the ability to belt out such roles as Maureen in the National Tour of RENT, perform more legit roles such as Rose Stopnick in Tony Kushner’s Caroline or Change at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, MN and sooth audiences with her sultry jazz voice as Betty Haynes in the classic White Christmas at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, PA. Other favorite regional performances include the quirky, outlandish Connie Bradshaw in the World Premiere performance of Tales of the City at A.C.T. in San Francisco singing the music of the Scissor Sisters as well as Cathy in Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years at the Berkshire Theatre Festival, Turn Back O Man in Godspell at the Paper Mill Playhouse and Amneris in AIDA (Henry Award Best Supporting Actress) at The Arvada Center.

Ms. Reiber has performed as a soloist with symphonies across the world including the Korean Symphony in the Olympic Hall in Seoul, Korea. She also wowed audiences with her stunning rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner at Dodgers Stadium.

As a singer/songwriter Ms. Reiber has conceived and performed numerous solo shows in New York, but most recently her greatest solo achievement to date is releasing her Debut Solo Album Love Travels released in April of 2012. Recorded at the legendary Avatar Studios, the album is a fusion of Broadway, pop, folk, and R&B/soul.

Bryce Ryness


Bryce Ryness was born on October 21, 1980 in California. He is a Broadway actor who is best known for his roles in Peter Pan Live!, It Could Be Worse, Shades of Blue, HAIR (Woof, Drama Desk nominated), Legally Blonde; Off-Broadway: HAIR, See Rock City..., Crossing Brooklyn, Sleeping Beauty Wakes, and Floyd Collins.

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