DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Symphony Orchestra says it plans to resume its community concert series next month.

The ensemble’s William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series returns over two weekends in May with concerts in Southfield, Clinton Township, Beverly Hills, West Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Plymouth and Grosse Pointe.

The series is named after Davidson, the former Detroit Pistons owner and a longtime orchestra benefactor who died in 2009. The William Davidson Foundation made a $15 million gift in 2017 to the ensemble to continue its sponsorship of the series.

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