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Event

Summer Philharmonic – Hollywood Blockbusters - Stuart Chafetz, guest conductor - - Summer Music 2017Summer PhilharmonicStuart Chafetz, guest conductorHollywood BlockbustersRepertoireNewman/Whiting: Twentieth Century Fox Fanfare/       Hooray for HollywoodSteiner: ‘Tara’s Theme’ from Gone with the WindArlen: Get HappyBrubaker (arr.): What’s Up at the Symphony       (Bugs Bunny’s Greatest Hits)Harline: When You Wish Upon a StarMancini: ‘Moon River’ from Breakfast at Tiffany’sMancini: The Pink Panther ThemeRota: The Godfather ThemeE. Bernstein: The Magnificent Seven ThemeR. Strauss: ‘Fanfare’ from 2001: A Space OdysseyNorman: James Bond ThemeAdkins/Epworth: SkyfallJ. Williams: ‘Across the Stars’ from Star Wars:        Episode II – Attack of the ClonesJ. Williams: ‘Duel of the Fates’ from Star Wars:        Episode I – The Phantom MenaceSilbar and Henley: The Wind Beneath My WingsSilvestri: Back to the Future SuiteSchönberg: ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ from Les MisérablesP. Williams: Happy (encore)About the ConductorStuart Chafetz is a conductor with a dynamic podium demeanor and a refined sense of audience engagement. Increasingly in demand with orchestras across the continent, this season Chafetz will be on the podium in Seattle, Detroit, Naples, Phoenix, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Vancouver and many more.He’s had the privilege to work with renowned artists such as Chris Botti, Michael Bolton, America, Roberta Flack, George Benson, Richard Chamberlain, The Chieftains, Jennifer Holliday, John Denver, Marvin Hamlisch, Thomas Hampson, Wynonna Judd, Jim Nabors, Randy Newman, Jon Kimura Parker and Bernadette Peters.He previously held posts as resident conductor of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and associate conductor of the Louisville Orchestra. As principal timpanist of the Honolulu Symphony for twenty years, Chafetz would also conduct the annual Nutcracker performances with Ballet Hawaii and principals from the American Ballet Theatre. It was during that time that Chafetz led numerous concerts with the Maui Symphony and Pops. He annually leads the Spring Ballet at the world-renowned Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.In the summers, Chafetz spends his time at the Chautauqua Institution, where he conducts the annual Fourth of July and Opera Pops concerts with the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra in addition to his role as that orchestra’s timpanist.When not on the podium, Chafetz makes his home near San Francisco, CA, with his wife Ann Krinitsky. Chafetz holds a bachelor’s degree in music performance from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and a master’s from the Eastman School of Music.

School of Music venue: Musical Arts Center

TIME: 8:00 p.m.

WHERE: IU Jacobs School of Music (MAC; Auer, Ford recital halls), Third Street and Jordan Avenue, Bloomington. 855-7433    www.music.indiana.edu


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