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A string quartet of DSO musicians will pop up in Campus Martius today from 5 to 6 pm, right next to The Urban Beach. Stick your toes in the sand and have some summer fun after work!
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Detroit Symphony Jun 18
JUST ANNOUNCED: The 2018-2019 William Davidson Neighborhood Series, featuring the symphonies of Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, & Vivaldi’s timeless The Four Seasons. Subscribe today and get a free bonus concert!
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Detroit Symphony Jun 15
Glad to have stop by today to help spread the word about our great new hearing assistance technology in partnership with our friends at
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Detroit Symphony Jun 14
to Mysterium, the event designed to engage the senses. Thanks for the photo memories!
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Detroit Symphony Jun 14
spoke with the about his health and future ahead of next week's DSO Heroes concert.
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Detroit Symphony Jun 13
“Ah, music...A magic beyond all we do here!" We're off to Hogwarts at tonight's PNC Pops Series concert celebrating the music of Harry Potter. Due to popular demand, a second show has been added on Friday, June 29!
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Detroit Symphony Jun 13
Happy League Week! Our friends at are hosting the 73rd National Conference where keynote speaker received a standing ovation for his inspiring speech about making an impact in your community to kick the conference off.
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Detroit Symphony Jun 10
Thanks to our hard-working crew and hosts who help us share our music with not only Detroit, but with the world! Our first webcast of the 2018-2019 season will be on Sunday, October 7 at 3 PM EDT with violinist .
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Detroit Symphony Jun 10
Bravi Tutti! A wonderful Classical Series Finale led by Jader Bignamini.
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Detroit Symphony Jun 10
Bravi! and are bringing down the house with their marvelous performances in Puccini's Turandot! Stay tuned for the final act on .
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Damon Gupton Jun 10
Watching the one and only George Shirley as the Emperor gives me unbridled joy with . Loving it.
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Detroit Symphony Jun 10
George Shirley’s first-ever performance with the DSO was in 1963, where he sang “Non piangere, Liu” from Turandot. See him as the Emperor in Turandot LIVE NOW at .
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Detroit Symphony Jun 10
This weekend's performances of Turandot features an amazing cast of singers! Stay tuned for Act 2 on .
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Detroit Symphony Jun 10
LIVE NOW: Jader Bignamini conducts Puccini's Turandot, featuring and . Watch and listen to the free webcast at .
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Detroit Symphony Jun 10
Join us today at 3 PM EDT for the last webcast of the season, featuring in Puccini's Turandot.
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Pekka Kuusisto performed the inventively fun & ethereal violin concerto by with . He plays it with in November.
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Detroit Symphony Jun 8
DSO, Jader Bignamini, and a host of outstanding singers absolutely killing it with Turandot in concert tonight. Encore performance Sunday afternoon and live webcast at . (Photo by Tafari Stevenson-Howard.)
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Scott Monty Jun 7
At the ’s open rehearsal for Turandot with in the title role. I can honestly say that . Wow!
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Detroit Symphony Jun 7
Happy 81st birthday to our Music Director Emeritus Neeme Järvi!
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Chris Felcyn Jun 7
This week Jader Bignamini will lead the in Puccini’s Turandot, but first he’ll visit today at 1pm. Please join us.
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