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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Detroit, MI, Estados Unidos

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France meets Russia at the Detroit Symphony

Enrique Mazzola conducts the Detroit Symphony Orchestra © Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Enrique Mazzola conducts an intriguing combination of a French work and a Russian work with a French title focusing on turn-of-the-century France.

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. 

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.

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.

Shostakovich the stand-out in a half-hearted Detroit program

An uninspired evening of classics, that nonetheless showed off the many sides of Shostakovich.

A moving Mahler “Resurrection" in Detroit

Expertly sung and conducted, this Mahler Second proved highly enjoyable and truly memorable.