Posts Tagged ‘Symphony’

Daniel Barenboim conducting

Daniel Barenboim Is Named Musical Director of La Scala Opera House

October 13, 2011 Israeli composer Daniel Barenboim is named as the musical director of Milan Italy’s La Scala Opera House. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1942, Barenboim moves to Israel in 1952 with his family. Beginning to study classical music and the art of conducting at the age of 14, he is quickly recognized…

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Abraham Feder

Welcome To Detroit

Cellist Abraham Feder joins the DSO. Abraham Feder is making a sound name for himself playing cello as part of celebrated orchestras — the Sarasota Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra and now the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) beginning with the 2018-2019 season. Instrumentalist Feder is getting attention locally since being named assistant principal cello (Dorothy and…

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THE ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS DISNEY IN CONCERT: AROUND THE WORLD™ poster from the event featuring various Disney characters including Pocahantas, Peter Pan, Ariel, Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Jasmine, Aladdin, the Genie, and the pirate skull from Pirates of the Caribbean.

Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra’s Disney In Concert

THE ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS DISNEY IN CONCERT: AROUND THE WORLD™ Join your Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra on October 14th for two exciting, back-to-back performances of Disney in Concert: Around the World. Journey around the world with music from your favorite Disney movies, including The Little Mermaid, Pocahontas, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Mulan,…

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music notes on an old page of music that is tinted with age used to represent Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra's new show Music of Faith.

Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra’s Music Of Faith

THE ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS MUSIC OF FAITH: MUSIC FROM CHRISTIAN, EASTERN ORTHODOX, AND JEWISH TRADITIONS The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra Chamber Recital Series features the finest chamber recital music played by symphony musicians and guests. These hour-long concerts are open to listeners of all ages. Wind, string and brass soloists and ensembles combine…

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Leonard Slatkin

We Can Be Heroes

The DSO honors supporters Penny and Harold Blumenstein and Leonard Slatkin. Although Leonard Slatkin has had a role very different from those of Penny and Harold Blumenstein in advancing the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO), all three share a commitment to encouraging musical interests in young people. That shared commitment has resulted in their selection for…

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Annie Citron, new music blogger for the JN blog.

Meet Annie Citron – Music Blogger

I am so ecstatic to have this opportunity to blog for the Detroit Jewish News. As a teenager living in the Detroit area, I am completely immersed in an incredible music scene. I’ve grown up as a classically trained musician on both the French horn and violin; some of my earliest memories include playing the…

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