May 23, 2022

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‘Welcome to the Hotel California,’ and the 2022-23 Philharmonic season

With two performances remaining on the 2021-22 agenda, the Abilene Philharmonic has declared its road trip for the subsequent season.

It is transferring on from what this calendar year was named “The Shed Period.”

All the way to California. By way of Winslow, Ariz., of class.

The COVID-19 pandemic failed to terminate but afflicted several reveals, which have been delayed until eventually the current season.

But right after enjoying catchup, the Phil motors on.

For lovers of The Eagles, the emphasize will be a Feb. 4 concert featuring the tunes of the well-liked band in a application titled “Lodge California: A Salute to the Eagles.”

Hits such as “Consider It Effortless” and “Lodge California,” the title slice from the legendary band’s basic album, will be done. That guarantees no “Heartache Tonight” for lovers.

The season opens Sept. 24, not at the Abilene Zoo, exactly where four concert events had been scheduled in the course of the early drop the earlier two period, but at the Abilene Convention Middle.

Guitarist Jason Vieaux, a 2015 Grammy Award winner, will be the guest artist for a software titled “Concierto de Aranjuez.”

From a Spanish concept, the Philharmonic moves to “Czech Journey” on Oct. 29. This live performance will element symphonic photo-choreography by Westwater Arts. The tunes involves “Symphony No. 7” by Antonin Dvork, a indigenous of the Czech Republic.

The tumble 50 percent of the year concludes Dec. 3 with the annual Christmas pops application, this yr titled “Dwelling of the Holiday seasons.”

Niki Scalera, who performed in September at the Abilene Zoo, will be indoors when she returns for the holiday show during the 2022-23 Abilene Philharmonic season.

Vocalist Niki Scalera, who did just one of the zoo concerts, will carry out as will Abilene Christian College voice professor Samuel Cook dinner and the Abilene Chamber Singers. There will be a 3 p.m. matinee for youngsters as well as a complete show that night.

The initially live performance at the start of the new year is aptly titled “Joyful Beginnings.”

Violinist Daniel Bae, the 2021 Nelda Hodges Young Artist Competition gold medalist, is the featured artist. He will complete “Violin Concerto in D big, Op. 35” by Erich Wolfgang Korngold.