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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Detroit, MI, United States

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The concerto reconstructed: Detroit Symphony plays Sorey premiere

Jennifer Koh, Xian Zhang and the Detroit Symphony © Sarah Smarch
DSO plays Florence Price's Five Folksongs in Counterpoint and performs the world premiere of Tyshawn Sorey's For Marcos Balter for violin and orchestra with Jennifer Koh. 
*****
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Jacquelyn Stucker thrills in Strauss with the Detroit Symphony

Jacquelyn Stucker sings Strauss © Sarah Smarch
Donald Runnicles conducted an imaginative chamber version of Strauss' testamentary Lieder, plus Elgar's own take on the concerto grosso form in his Introduction and Allegro.
***11
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Jader Bignamini makes a strong impression with the Detroit Symphony

Jader Bignamini conducts the Detroit Symphony Orchestra © Sarah Smarch
In one of his first assignments as Music Director in Detroit, Bignamini conducts rarely-heard works by two Americans, along with an 18th-century Classical symphony by the Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
***11
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Shostakovich the stand-out in a half-hearted Detroit program

An uninspired evening of classics, that nonetheless showed off the many sides of Shostakovich.
**111
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A moving Mahler “Resurrection" in Detroit

Expertly sung and conducted, this Mahler Second proved highly enjoyable and truly memorable.
****1
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Hans Graf Conducts Beethoven in Detroit

A magnificent account of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony redeems a unique, if uneven program.
***11
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