Detroit Symphony concerts to air on additional Michigan radio stations

Posted on: April 5, 2017

“Thanks to a new partnership between radio stations WKAR in East Lansing and WRCJ in Detroit, classical music lovers in the capital region will be able to hear Detroit Symphony Orchestra concerts live, and listeners in Detroit will be able to tune in concert performances from Michigan State University’s College of Music,” writes Kayman Whaley on Tuesday (4/4) at radio station WKAR (Michigan State University, East Lansing). “Detroit Symphony Orchestra Live will debut on 90.5 FM WKAR on Friday, April 21 at 10:45am. The new monthly broadcast presents live concert performances of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra from … Orchestra Hall. The debut broadcast … will feature Leonard Slatkin leading magnificent orchestral transcriptions by J.S. Bach, followed by … the orchestra’s premiere performance of Shostakovich’s Jazz Suite No. 1, and the debut of an all-new jazz trio concerto by Grammy Award-winning composer and pianist Michel Camilo. Broadcasts go on hiatus after June 2, and return in the fall for a new season…. Detroit Symphony Orchestra Live, MSU in Concert and What’s New in Classical can also be heard at each station’s live audio stream at the scheduled times, at and”

Posted April 5, 2017