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Miss Schemanske 17m
Enjoying a nice evening with some orchestra music. Joshua Roman is amazing on the cello!
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We are thrilled to have join us for this week's William Davidson Neighborhood Pops Series performances! Check out his videos "Everyday Bach," where he plays Six Suites for Solo Cello by J.S. Bach in a variety of spaces around the U.S.
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Congrats to DSO Fred A. & Barbara M. Erb Jazz Creative Director Chair on this great award!
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Detroit Pistons Jan 15
Today's special halftime honored the life and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a performance featuring the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, spoken word poetry by Mikhaella Norwood and a painting by David Michael Garibaldi. Take a look.
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Detroit Symphony Jan 16
We're getting ready to take the stage at Spain Elementary School, where we'll perform for about 450 students this afternoon! It's all made possible by the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, with additional support from Aaron and Carolynn Frankel.
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Detroit Pistons Jan 14
Tomorrow is our game and our players are sharing what Dr. King means to them. We'll have a special Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tribute with and much more at the game tomorrow. 12:30 ET tip at
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Detroit Symphony Jan 14
Thanks to everyone who joined us for the first set of William Davidson Neighborhood Series concerts. and the DSO were incredible!
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Detroit Symphony Jan 12
Last night's Mozart & Beethoven concert in Southfield was a fantastic kick-off for the 2017-18 William Davidson Neighborhood Series. We can't wait to see everyone in Clinton Township at for another great concert despite the weather!
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Harmony Zhu Jan 11
Just had a great rehearsal with the !!😀🎶🎻🎷🎺 The Orchestra Hall has such magnificently warm acoustics! The orchestra under sounds absolutely amazing,💐💐💐 and the DSO musicians are so extremely kind, welcoming and encouraging to me!❤️🌹❤️
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Detroit Symphony Jan 12
Today we were excited to welcome friends from for their 2018 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute and luncheon, featuring keynote speaker Loretta Lynch
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Detroit Symphony Jan 10
As we kick off the William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series this week, we invite you to join DSO Music Director for a special pre-concert talk about the program and his career in music one hour prior to the performance & a post-concert book signing.
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Detroit Symphony Jan 10
This weekend’s William Davidson Neighborhood Series concerts feature 12-year-old pianist Harmony Zhu performing Beethoven's Second Piano Concerto. Check out a clip of this talented young artist at work!
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Detroit Symphony Jan 9
Phenomenal performance by DSO Principal Trombone Kenneth Thompkins! If you missed it, check out his new album Sonatas, Songs and Spirituals.
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Detroit Symphony Jan 7
Wow, so amazing. Bravo DSO and Maestro James Gaffigan!
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Detroit Symphony Jan 7
Watch our webcast to experience the intricate parts of Wagner's "Ring Without Words" up close, including Wagner tubas, bass trumpet and off-stage percussion. LIVE NOW on .
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Detroit Symphony Jan 7
LIVE NOW: James Gaffigan conducts Wagner’s Ring Without Words on . Watch at
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Detroit Symphony Jan 7
Bravo! Stay tuned for a live interview with pianist and learn more about the unique brass instruments used in Wagner’s Ring Without Words from DSO Horn Scott Strong.
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Detroit Symphony Jan 7
LIVE NOW: performs Liszt's First Piano Concerto on our free webcast. Watch now at .
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Detroit Symphony Jan 7
Brava Britta Byström! A fantastic world premiere of her piece “Many, Yet One.”
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Detroit Symphony Jan 7
Britta Byström is the 8th recipient of the Elaine Lebenbom Memorial Award, granted annually by the DSO to a living woman composer, in the spirit of recognizing & supporting the creation of new orchestral works by women. Watch her piece “Many Yet One" now on .
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