DETROIT (WWJ) It’s one performance down, one to go at Carnegie Hall for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

About 2,500 fans, including a few hundred from the Detroit area, were on hand for the symphony’s performance Thursday night in Detroit.

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Friday offers the second in the orchestra’s two Spring for Music festival appearances. Conductor Leonard Slatkin will lead the group in another performance called an “Ives Immersion.”

This marks the first time in 17 years the DSO has played Carnegie Hall.

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The Friday concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Listen live at


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