Detroit Symphony’s neighborhood concerts exceed 1,100 subscription sales

Posted on: December 5, 2011

The Detroit Symphony reports that subscription sales for the inaugural season of its Neighborhood Concert Series have exceeded 1,100 individuals, a third of whom have no recent DSO ticketing activity at all and 80 percent with no recent subscription activity. The four-concert series, announced in October 2011 as part of the DSO’s Neighborhood Residency Initiative, aims to expand the orchestra’s presence in six metro Detroit venues: Beverly Hills, Bloomfield Hills, Dearborn, Grosse Pointe, West Bloomfield Township, and Southfield, with the series adding 24 concerts scheduled around the orchestra’s regular concerts at Orchestra Hall. The neighborhood series kicks off with concerts of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons in Dearborn and Beverly Hills, on December 9 and 11. 

Posted December 5, 2011