Detroit Symphony Orchestra
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The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is tuning up for its first performance at Carnegie Hall in 17 years.
Postponed your Valentine’s Day until the weekend? Detroit venues offer many theatrical performances to make your celebration special.
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.
Noel Night will take place at in Detroit’s University-Cultural Center and more than 60 venues will have free admission.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is staging its first Beethoven Festival in 35 years — and a national grant is helping to make it possible.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is paying up after losing a wager with its counterpart in San Francisco on the outcome of the World Series.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the San Francisco Symphony are betting that their respective hometown teams will win the World Series.
Tickets will be available beginning today for five free Detroit Symphony Orchestra concerts. The five Detroit-area venues were selected from a pool of nearly 100 nominated this summer.