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Join Us For A Free Concert Sunday October 4 at 2pm

The Dayton Masonic Center is celebrating the new renovations to their theatre by honoring the donor during a free concert on October 4th at 2pm, and you are invited! The MVSO will be performing pops favorites including Victory at Sea, American in Paris, themes from Raiders of the Lost Arc, William Tell Overture, and Star Spangled Spectacular. There is no charge for the concert but tickets are required. See instructions in adjoining box for reserving your tickets. Click here for directions to Dayton Masonic.

MVSO Welcomes David Deitrick As Music Director

The Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra is delighted to welcome David Deitrick as our new music director and conductor. He has already been a tremendous asset to the MVSO as a guest conductor and consultant. Learn more about the wealth of experience that he brings to this role on our Music Director page.

Music Director Comments

It is a great pleasure for me to have been asked to become the music director of the Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra has a proud twenty-five year tradition of producing great symphonic music in our community. I have already enjoyed making music with the MVSO on several concerts, and look forward to the continued growth of the orchestra in the years to come. The Dayton region has a rich history of wonderful arts organizations, and the MVSO is an important part of the fabric of our community.

The 25th anniversary season had amazing successes – the production of Les Miserables with the Dayton Playhouse, Sleeping Beauty with the Gem City Ballet Company, and the Beethoven Symphony No. 9 with a fine community chorus. Three different conductors brought the orchestra to new heights of achievement in this milestone year.

When planning the 2015-2016 season, I wanted to continue the level of challenge for the orchestra and show off the MVSO in varied styles and repertoire. The season includes music from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and 20th Century eras. From Bach to John Williams, the 2015-2016 season spans time and tastes. We hope that you make the Miami Valley Symphony an important part of your arts experience this year.

David Deitrick

Tickets for Dayton Masonic Theatre Re-Dedication Concert

Request tickets at Simply send us an e-mail with your name and how many tickets you would like held at Will Call. This offer is good while tickets last. Arrive early for best seating.