Michigan’s Detroit Symphony and Dearborn Symphony set to launch in-person fall seasons

Posted on: September 11, 2020

“Now classical music takes the stage, both virtual and in-person, during the next few days,” writes Gary Graff in Wednesday’s (9/9) Oakland Press (Troy, MI). “The new Detroit Symphony Orchestra season, and a new era, opens digitally with Jader Bignamini making his debut as music director … Sept. 10-11, streaming live from Orchestra Hall. Bignamini will conduct a reduced-size orchestra through pieces by Copland, Morricone, Puccini, Dvořák and others across the two concerts…. The Dearborn Symphony Orchestra ends a six-month hiatus with an outdoor concert, ‘A Gift of Music,’ focusing on American composers, … Sept. 12, in the north pavilion at Ford Field…. Attendance is limited and COVID-19 precautions will be in place….. The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is offering a night of silent films and small-ensemble live music … Sept. 12, in the Sosnick Courtyard at the Fisher Music Center.”