Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society - Play-Do(h)
Fri, Jun 15 - Sun, Jun 17
The Playhouse: $43 - $48
Ages 6 and up
$10 Student tickets are available for purchase with a valid ID.
For a series ticket, simply begin your purchase and you will be prompted to select three or more concerts, for a 15% savings.
The June 17 performance will take place at Hillside Theater, Taliesin in Spring Green, WI and will include an option for a picnic dinner by Enos Farms for $17.50. Dinners must be ordered one week in advance. For gourmet sandwich details and preferences, call Samantha at BDDS, at (608) 255-9866.
Toys have sparked our imagination as children and we’re still inspired! We “play” chamber music in every sense of that word. Each of our programs is organized around our quirky take on iconic toys. And in celebration of our 27th season, we’ve scattered various “27s” across our programs.
PLAY DO(h) features an incredible variety of music all in the key of C.
- • Telemann’s gorgeous Trio Sonata in C minor for flute, oboe, and continuo
- • Bohuslav Martinu’s jazzy suite in C Major from La revue de cuisine, a ballet in which kitchen utensils come to life, performed by a sextet of instruments and a dancer
- • Poulenc’s wild and crazy cantata Le bal masqué, based entirely in C, the work he considered his favorite
- • Violinist Axel Strauss, winner of the Naumberg Award
- • Calum Cook, principal cello in the Chicago Lyric Opera
- • Clarinetist Alan Kay of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
- • Bassoonist Adrian Morejon from the Dorian Wind Quintet and the Curtis Institute
- • Bass-baritone Timothy Jones from the University of Houston
- • Two Dynamite Factory artists: pianist Satoko Hayami from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and newly-appointed principal oboe Noah Kay from the Colorado Spring Philharmonic
- • Special guest Blake Washington, an award-winning hip-hop dancer
- • Artistic Directors Jeffrey Sykes, piano, and Stephanie Jutt, flute
Serious chamber music is serious fun at Bach Dancing & Dynamite concerts, during a rousing three-weekend festival, June 8 – 24. In six different programs, you’ll hear great classical masterpieces and the best of contemporary works. Try all three venues: The Playhouse at Overture, the jewel box historic Stoughton Opera House, and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hillside Theater at Taliesin in Spring green. Concerts are spiked with stories about the music, mystery guests, and even door prizes. It’s chamber music with a bang!