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The Detroit Symphony Orchestra this month is launching its first Beethoven festival in 36 years.
It’s a marathon musical undertaking at Max M. Fisher Music Center in Detroit — and admission is free.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is staging its first Beethoven Festival in 35 years — and a national grant is helping to make it possible.
A group of white coats are doing more than saving lives — they’re saving the music.
One of the highlights of the concert will be the performance of “Elegia Andina” by Gabriela Lena Frank, a graduate of the University of Michigan.
On Monday, Nov. 14, the Wayne State Big Band will pay tribute to the late Matt Michaels at the Max M. Fisher Music Center.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and WSU Department of Music will debut “Mondays at the Max with Wayne State,” a new concert series featuring premier WSU student ensembles at the Max M. Fisher Music Center.
It’s time to hear some beautiful music, as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra takes center stage in the Max M. Fisher Music Building Saturday night.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is continuing its efforts to be one of the most accessible orchestras by presenting five free concerts through DSO Community Week from September 29 to October 2.