“Satisfaction/The International Rolling Stones Show”
The Allen Philharmonic is excited to partner with Heritage Ranch to bring you this epic Rolling Stones tribute band. The Heritage Ranch Golf Country Club is located at 465 Scenic Ranch Circle, Fairview, TX 75069.
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This Billboard & Pollstar highly rated show is entering their 20th year in production with over 4000 performances listed to their credit. Their client list include the nation’s top casinos, performing arts centers, music halls and corporate clients. Performing up to 150 shows a year, this highly acclaimed production showcases the most authentic cast & costuming of its kind. The likes of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and cast bring a colorful performance to over 50 years of classic hits. They have been featured in Rolling Stone magazine, Showbiz Magazine, Las Vegas Today, CBS Sunday Morning news and hundreds of national newspapers, magazines, television & radio as the world’s greatest show honoring the Rolling Stones and their legacy.
Some of our past events this season:
Photo Credit: Charles Robinson, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
The Allen Philharmonic welcomed people to experience the beauty of the American musical landscape with its spring program of American composers: John Williams, The Cowboys Overture, Curtis Mayfield’s It’s Alright, TJ Cole’s Nightscapes and William Grant-Still’s Symphony No.1, AfroAmerican. The Grant-Still work holds the unique history of the first symphony composed by a black composer performed by a major American Orchestra. Special guest Alex McDonald soloed in George Gershwin’s iconic Rhapsody in Blue.
The Allen Symphony Chorus celebrated being able to gather again. Some of the performance selections were: The Shadow of Your Smile, Don’t Worry Be Happy (Bobby McFerrin), I’m a Believer (The Monkees), Smile, Irish Eyes are Smiling, A Wink and a Smile, Grinnin’ In Your Face (ZZ Ward), Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You (Frankie Valli), Private Eyes (Hall and Oats), Happy Face medley, and more.
Patrons were invited to dress as their favorite storybook character for our free spring Concert for Young Audiences concert: Adventures in Storybook Land. Pre-concert activities let young emerging artists create their own castles, and the concert provided delightful selections fromSleeping Beauty,Swan Lake,Wizard of Ozand more. Designed for children pre-school through elementary, you only had to be a kid at heart to enjoy this live music on the stage.
The Allen Philharmonic Orchestra & Symphony Chorus welcomed the FUMC Chancel Choir in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem in D minor. Powerful and solemn, the Requiem is a luminous and wondrous work. Rusty King and Ben Turner guest conducted the program, and the featured soloists were Patricia Vigil (soprano), Krista Butler (mezzo-soprano), Marc Dawson (tenor), and Daniel Licktieg (bass). Additional programming included Mozart’s Ave verum corpus, Faure’s Cantique de Jean Racine, Albinoni’s Adagio for Strings, and selections from the sixth movement of Brahms’ Requiem.
Allen Symphony Chorus under the direction of Rusty King, welcomed the holiday season with a performance of classical Christmas music. Highlights included Vivaldi’s Gloria, Christians be Joyful from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, John Rutter’s The Very Best Time of the Year, and Sing Along Carols. The concert was accompanied by members of the Allen Philharmonic Orchestra.
Local tuba, sousaphone, euphonium, and baritone horn players of all ages joined the Allen Philharmonic for our annual MERRY TUBACHRISTMAS 2021 Concert. The concert was conducted by Dr. Jeff Baker, Allen Philharmonic Principal Tuba and Assistant Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at Texas A&M Commerce. TUBACHRISTMAS was conceived in 1974 by the late Harvey Phillips as a tribute to his teacher and mentor William J. Bell, born on Christmas Day, 1902. “Bill” Bell is recognized by all musicians as one of the most preeminent tuba players throughout the world. The concert was presented in conjunction with the Harvey Phillips Foundation