POOLER’S COOLEST SPOT
BRAHMS, WAGNER, & STRAUSS
5 POINTS KARAOKE
COME EXPRESS YOURSELF!
FEATURING BUTT NAKED TRIVIA
Bringing the 6th Season to a triumphant close, internationally acclaimed piano soloist Alon Goldstein joins the Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra to perform Brahms’ thrilling and masterful Piano Concerto No. 1. Wagner’s lyrical Overture to Rienzi and Strauss’ epic Rosenkavalier Suite conclude the 2014-2015 Season. PIANO SOLOIST: Alon Goldstein
POLE DANCING CLASS
FRI 5/8 @7,8 & 9PM
6:30pm – Pre-Concert Talk presented by John Canarina of Savannah Friends of Music
AN AMAZING FULL-BODY WORKOUT!
Peter Shannon, Conductor
savannahphilharmonic.org Contributing Sponsors
NICKEL BAG OF FUNK
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 2015 I 7:30PM JOHNNY MERCER THEATER I $16-70
LIVE THE MUSIC Soloist Sponsor
German Heritage Society
912.988.1052 • 125 FOXFIELD WAY
TAPAS, HOOKAH & CIGAR BAR
(ACROSS FROM THE IMAX THEATRE)
The Art of Diplomacy:
Winston Churchill and the Pursuit of Painting Exhibition on View through July 26 / Jepson Center
Free Family Day! May 9, 1-4 pm
The Art of Diplomacy Sketch Walk Saturday, May 9 / Jepson Center tour 12–12:45 pm
Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum sketch crawl 2:30–5 pm / Ages: teen to adult. Free; registration required. Contact Kip Bradley at 912.790.8823 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAY 6-MAY 12, 2015
Explore elements of painting and how to use them in everyday life. At 2 pm, families will enjoy a performance by Annette Laing, a noted storyteller and author of the Snipesville Chronicles book series. Ms. Laing presents “Could You Be a World War II Kid?”— a storytelling presentation about what it was like to grow up on the home front during the war. Book signing to follow.