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A Grand Piano, Yuliya Gorenman

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Yuliya Gorenman, piano

Award-winning Russian-born American pianist Yuliya Gorenman has rightfully been called a “pianist without fear.” Now firmly established in her performing career, Gorenman first achieved international acclaim as a prizewinner of the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in Belgium in 1995. Since then she has been continually invited to perform solo, chamber, and orchestral concerts throughout the United States and in Europe, and, in the process, has earned consistent praise for her artistic fire, for her fluid and unpretentious technique, and for the lyrical honesty and generosity of her playing.

Piano Concerto in A Minor Edvard Grieg
Symphony 1 in C Major Ludwig van Beethoven
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Glorious Gershwin, Richard Glazier

Glorious Gershwin
Richard Glazier, piano

At the age of 9, Richard Glazier was smitten by the music of Gershwin after seeing the film “Girl Crazy.” He wrote a letter to Ira Gershwin and continued to correspond with him for many years. Fueled by that relationship, Glazier dedicated himself the the Gershwin repertoire and became the leading authority on that genre. He has won many international awards and competitions and has the distinction of being selected as a Steinway Artist.

To Music John Corigliano
Piano Concerto in F George Gershwin
Lullaby George Gershwin
The Incredible Flutist Walter Piston
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Magical Mozart, Elena Urioste

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Elena Urioste, violin

Elena Urioste has been hailed by critics and audiences alike for her lush tone, the nuance lyricism of her playing and her commanding stage presence. Her debut with the Chicago Symphony was praised by critics for her delicacy, poise and sensitivity. She debuted at Carnegie Hall in 2004 and has returned every year since. Elena performs on a Gagliano violin c. 1706.

Violin Concerto No. 5, K. 219 in A Major W. A. Mozart
Symphony No. 5, Op. 64 in E Minor Piotr Tchaikovsky
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The Christmas Show!

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The Ohio Valley Symphony

The Ohio Valley Symphony presents its most beloved holiday tradition, The Christmas Show! Order tickets early!

While by my Sheep Leroy Anderson
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear Carmen Dragon
Angel’s Dance Steve Amundson
Adoration of the Magi Ottorino Respighi
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel arr. Todd Hayen
Good King Wenceslas Morton Gould
Good King Wenceslas Medley arr. Todd Hayen
Greensleeves arr. Carmen Dragon
I Wonder as I Wander Jacob Niles, arr. Goldstein
The Little Drummer Boy Davis, Ororati, Simone, arr. Goldstein
Do You Hear What I Hear? Regney, Shayne, arr. Hayen
The Box of Delights Victor Hely-Hutchinson
We Wish You a Merry Christmas arr. Chris Ridenhour
A Christmas Overture Jeff Tyzik
Sleigh Ride Leroy Anderson
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Broadway! Steve Amerson, Tenor

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Steve Amerson, tenor

Steve Amerson has established a reputation as a superior tenor with a vocal flexibility that allows him to feel at home in both popular/contemporary music and classical literature. With the wealth and depth of his performance experience, he is known as America’s Tenor. He has been featured with orchestras throughout the United States and abroad including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl and at Carnegie Hall. Along with his concert schedule, which includes 50-60 Christmas, Broadway, patriotic and sacred concerts each year, Steve does studio singing for various recording projects, movies, commercials and television shows. His voice can be heard on over 160 feature films.

Mambo from West Side Story Bernstein
Tonight/Something’s Coming from West Side Story Sondheim, Bernstein, Winch, Krogstad
This Is the Moment from Jekyll and Hyde Bricusse, Wildhorn, Krogstad
On the Street Where You Live/
If I Loved You from My Fair Lady/ Carousel
Lerner, Hammerstein II, Loewe, Rodgers, Kenton
Into the Fire from The Scarlet Pimpernel Knighthorn, Wildhorn, Redford
Shenandoah, American Folk Song arr. Krogstad
The Impossible Dream from The Man of La Mancha Darion, Leigh, Krogstad
Overture to The Roar of Greasepaint- The Smell
of the Crowd
Bricusse and Newley
A Wonderful Day/Nothing Can Stop Me Now
from The Roar of the Greasepaint
Bricusse, Newley, Krogstad
Hold On from The Secret Garden Norman, Simon, Krogstad
Do You Hear the People Sing? from Les Misérables Kretzmer, Boublil, Schönberg, Krogstad
Bring Him Home from Les Misérables Kretzmer, Boublil, Schönberg,Winch
We Can Be Kind from Listen to My Heart Friedman, Krogstad
You’ll Never Walk Alone /Climb Every Mountain
from Carousel/The Sound of Music
Hammerstein II, Rodgers, Winch
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