GE Club at Electric Works



Benjamin Rivera, conductor
Daniel Ross, host
Kimberlee Hebdon, horn
Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chorus, Benjamin Rivera, director

Discover a mesmerizing evening of symphonic brilliance as the Fort Wayne Philharmonic presents “The Sound of Innovation” at GE Club at the iconic Electric Works in downtown Fort Wayne. Prepare to be inspired by a harmonious fusion that resonates with the building’s rich history.

-$50 ticket price includes admission only.
-$75 ticket price includes admission, a tasting box of food from select merchants at Electric Work’s Union Street Market, and one drink ticket.


FAURÉ           Pavane, Op. 50 

MOZART        Concerto No. 4 in E-flat major for Horn & Orchestra, K. 495 
                                  Allegro moderato 
                                  Romanza: Andante 
                                  Rondo: Allegro vivace 

                                             Kimberlee Hebdon, horn 

BRAHMS        Liebeslieder Waltzes 
                                Op. 52 No. 1 Rede Mädchen, allzuliebes
                                Op. 52 No. 2 Am Gesteine rauscht die Flut
                                Op. 52 No. 4 Wie des Abends schöne Röte
                                Op. 52 No. 6 Ein kleiner, hübscher Vogel nahm den Flug
                                Op. 52 No. 5 Die grüne Hopfenranke
                                              Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chorus


STILL             Danzas de Panama 

BRAHMS       Liebeslieder Waltzes 
                               Op. 65 No. 9 Nagen am Herzen fühl ich ein Gift mir
                               Op. 52 No. 11 Nein, es ist nicht auszukommen
                               Op. 52 No. 8 Wenn so lind dein Auge mir
                               Op. 52 No. 9 Am Donaustrande, da steht ein Haus
                                            Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chorus 

BRAHMS       Hungarian Dances Nos. 1,3 18,19 and 21 
                              No. 1, G minor 
                              No. 3, F major 
                              No. 18, D major 
                              No. 19, B minor 
                              No. 21, E minor 

Listen to our The Sound of Innovation playlist on Spotify.

Dan Ross has been with Arts United since 2009, currently serving as President & CEO.  Mr. Ross is actively engaged in community partnership activities to connect and align the creative sector with broad community initiatives.  He currently serves on thet Fort Wayne Public Art Commission and the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership Regional Opportunities Council.  Prior to his work at Arts United, Mr. Ross held several administrative positions with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic including interim executive director, general manager, director of artistic operations, and orchestra personnel manager. Mr. Ross also performed as a trumpet player for the Fort Wayne Philharmonic from 1983 to 2023.

Kentucky native Kimberlee (Kimmi) Hebdon is the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Principal French Hornist. This is her first season with the Philharmonic.

Kimmi’s love for music grew quickly when at age 7 she took part in an “instrument petting zoo” with the Billings Montana Symphony Orchestra and she was able to try out the horn for the first time. She started playing the French horn in school when she was 12. Kimmi spent her high school years in Kentucky playing and soloing with the Louisville Youth Orchestra and playing side by side with professionals in the Louisville Orchestra. She spent her summers at the Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts and at the Interlochen Summer Institute and Festival as the Moe and Francine Endowed Music Scholar. She was also the recipient of the William Tolbert Whittenberg Scholarship for Performing Arts Excellence through the Fund for the Arts Campaign which helped fund her college education. Read more.