This marks the first time in 17 years the DSO has played Carnegie Hall.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is tuning up for its first performance at Carnegie Hall in 17 years.
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.
Five free recitals programmed by Detroit Symphony Orchestra musicians are coming to town in preparation for February’s DSO Beethoven Festival.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is staging its first Beethoven Festival in 35 years — and a national grant is helping to make it possible.
Good news for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as they begin their new season.
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.
“The Detroit Symphony Orchestra performed with Marvin Hamlisch many times, he came as a guest conducter and pianist and I’m sure my colleagues will share a lot of grief with me,” McKay said.
The 16th annual Sphinx Competition is scheduled for February 13-17, 2013.
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