Dayton Daily News from Dayton, Ohio on June 11, 1992 · 8
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4Cu THURSDAY, JUNE 1 1.1 W2 DAYTON DAILY NEWS Arts Entertainment Summer music season a time for fun Groups plan busy schedules to fill warm months Call it the in-between season, if you like. For the serious arts organizations it's a gear-up time for a change of pace and year-end programs. And for major organizations, it's also a time to switch over into fun schedules like the new series of special concerts by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra at the Fraze Pavilion in Kettering and the pops series of the Cincinnati-Symphony Pops which will be at Rfverbend Music Center. Isaiah Jackson will conduct the Dayton concerts, first of which will be a June 20 concert featuring Garfield the Cat. Irish flutist James Galway will be here July 7 for a performance with Jackson and the Dayton orchestra as part of his U.S. tour. Third of the Dayton Philharmonic concerts on Aug. 8 will feature singer Tony Bennett. The Cincinnati Pops series at Ri-verbend will be kicked off by conductor Erich Kunzel on June 19. Featured guest for the occasion wil be singersongwriter Melissa Manchester who had a recording contract at the age of 21 after serving as a back-up singer for Bette Midler. The second event of the opening pops weekend at Riverbend on June 20 will feature singer Rita McKenzie who will give a salute to Ethel Merman. She has won numerous awards for her portrayal of Merman and won attention for her appearance in the Cole Porter BETTY DIETZ KREBS ON THE ARTS 100th birthday celebration at Carnegie Hall and for a centennial Porter concert in Indianapolis led by Kunzel. For information on the Dayton Philharmonic concerts at the Fraze Pavilion call 436-1564 For details about the Riverbend pops concerts call 1-381-3300. Walters' works Husband and wife composers? It's a bit unusual, of course. Dayton's Carol and Brooks Walters will present a program of their own music featuring a number of area performers at the Engineers Club at 3 p.m. June 28. A graduate of Capital University, Carol Walters studied with Professor William Bailey. Phyllis Conrad and Jane Gurokovich will sing art songs composed by Mrs. Walters. Violinist Mary Arnett, hornist Ro-byn Zimman and cellist Sean Kat-suyama will also perform her work. A flute quintet and a saxophone quartet by Carol Walters will also be included in the program. Brooks Walters, who began his studies with his father, Jefferson B. Walters, will be represented when a 12-member ensemble sings his settings of psalms and Tenny son's Crossing the Bar. Louise Whyte will be at the piano. Special arrangements of the Brooks Walters pieces were made by Andrew Brady of Cincinnati. The program will be open to the public free of charge. June Art Hop The Santa Clara area art district is gearing up to stage what the movers-and-shakers are calling a June Art Hop on Saturday. Central to the event are three galleries (Rutledge Gallery at 1964 N. Main St., Y. Bullock Gallery at 1937 N. Main St., and Santa Clara Gallery at 1942 N. Main St.) The event is being arranged with the cooperation of area shops and restaurants. Frdm 7 to 10 p.m. the three galleries will host and toast the event with hors d'oeuvres and live entertainment. Columbus Pops A six-week "Picnic With the Pops" series by the Columbus Symphony Orchestra will begin the weekend of June 26 and 27 with Maureen McGovern in a program called "Gershwin and Friends." Albert-George Schram will conduct. The concerts will take place on the grounds of Chemical Abstracts at the corner of Olentangy River Road and Ackerman Lane. Concerts are also scheduled for July 1 1, 18 and 31 and Aug. 1. Both table and lawn seating will be available for the picnic pops series. For ticket reservations call (614)224-3291. CAC exhibit Summer exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center at 115 E. Fifth St., Cincinnati, begin with the installations by ' New York sculptor Ellen Driscoll. The Dris-coll work will remain on view through Sept. 5. Featured will be two large-scale installations. One, "Loophole of Retreat," is an 11-foot wooden cone which acts as a camera ob-scura, making visible the inverted images of objects suspended outside the cone. "Loophole" is a work based on the journals of former slave Harriet Jacobs. The second work refers to the underground railroad in Cincinnati. The CAC is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free. TVWEEK "The Best Romantic Comedy Of The Summer! f A Full House Of Laughs! Steve And Goldie Are Magic Together!" -HiU ullins. WWOK-'IA "A Gut-Busting, Heart-Warming Charmer Of A Comedy!" - Patrick Slunrr, M.ICKS I mm She's turning his house into a home... hers! S U Y S N D A in the Dayton Daily News It's Worth Your Time. 1 n 1 Ringo's Mends lend hand to Cincy rock fest 1 2611 S. Dixie 299-9622 1 I Buy One Meat Entree -Get the . 2nd of Equal or Lett Value By Dave Larsen pop Music critic CINCINNATI - Ringo Starr can't sing or manage a drum roll, and he doesn't draw the crowds like his old bandmate Paul McCartney, but the former Beatle got by Tuesday night at Riverbend Music Center with a lot of help from some very heavy friends. Starr sang lead on only a handful of songs during his two set, two-hour-plus performance, but with a touring band featuring the likes of Joe Walsh, Todd Rundgren, Burton Cummings, Nils Lofgren, Dave Edmunds and Timothy B. Schmit, among others, his presence was barely essential. Of course, the thrill of seeing a Beatle in person was enough to draw 4,208 fans many of whom were middle-aged with their youngsters in tow who happily sang along to atonal renditions of Yellow Submarine and Act Naturally while making peace signs in the air above their heads. Looking fit and trim in black slacks and a red blazer, Starr acted as a comical master of ceremonies for the classic-rock cavalcade, introducing his friends for their solo turns, and periodically asking the crowd: "Are you having fun?" The reply was always an unequivocal "Yes!" The audience favorites appeared to be Walsh, who joined his first band, the James Gang, while attending Kent State University, and Rundgren, whose "Todd is God" cult turned out in force, judging by the T-shirts that adorned the crowd. Walsh turned in a smoking version of In the City, with Schmit, his former bandmate in the Eagles, providing harmonies, while the latter led a raucous rendition of I Don 't Want to Work. But the strongest performances of the night came from Cummings, the Canadian singer who formerly fronted the Guess Who. His stunning version of No Time, with Walsh and Lofgren squaring off on guitar, earned the evening's first standing ovation (there were more than i few), and Starr even cringed at the prospect of following the glorious abandon of American Woman. Edmunds, a striking rock 'n' roll figure with his jet black attire and swept-back ducktail, lent the evening several of its sweetest moments with Girls Talk and an instrumental reading of the Beatles' Lady Madonna, before ripping it up with I Hear You Knocking. Lofgren, the former guitarist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, was less familiar to the audience, many of whom seemed to make a bee-line to the beer stands whenever it was his turn in the spotlight, but his impressive playing eventually had the crowd standing and cheering. Ringo, who spent much of the evening keeping solid time on drums along with his son, Zak Starkey, also supplied his share of solid blasts from the past, opening with the John Lennon-penned I'm the Greatest and squeezing in You're Sixteen and Photograph before his final, appropriate encore of A Little Help From My Friends, which he tried, as always, not to sing out of key. Mon.-Sat. hrt, 1 1 a.m. ta 8 p.m., Sun. In, 1 1 -1 p.m. No Carryouti No Coupons for Parties L Coupon Good thru JUNE 30, 1992 leTeW.'A-T Denotes Feature In Dolby Stereo T BEAVER VALLEYJHH 3349 PATTERSON RD. BEAVERCREEK 426-661 1 'MmtiMN 12:00, 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 10:00, (R) lnicMct 1:40, 4:20, 7:20, 9:40, (R) 'rirmdlny 1:00,4:00.715, 9:50, (PG13) Siitifkt 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:45, 9:45, (PQ) mt Mm Can't Jump 1 :45, 4:25, 7:25, 9:55, (R) Wijitt World 1 :35, 3:40, 5:35, 7:35, 9:35, (PG13) kWSALEM MALLJHB 5200 SALEM AVE. 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