Detroit Symphony Orchestra gives four concerts at Monroe this year

Conductor Dmitry Sinkovsky will conduct the DSO on January 28 in Monroe.

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra returns to Monroe County Community College for four concerts in 2022. Tickets are on sale now.

Performances will be at 8 p.m. on January 28, March 18, April 29, and June 17 at the Meyer Theater, La-Z-Boy Center at MCCC, 1555 S. Raisinville Rd.

The two-hour concert on January 28 will feature Mozart’s “Prague” Symphony.

“Audience favorite (conductor and violinist) Dmitry Sinkovsky returns with an entirely Mozart program, with his overture to“ Mariages de Figaro ”, the Violin Concerto No. 3 and the Symphony No. 35, which was written during Mozart’s time in Prague, “says DSO.

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra first performed at the MCCC in 2019.

“It was so successful. The concert was sold out or almost sold out. Everyone who attended the show simply loved it, ”said Tom Ryder, Events Coordinator for MCCC. “The DSO loved our establishment so much that they wanted to come back. “

This year, the MCCC is one of seven stops in the orchestra’s William Davidson Poplar Neighborhood Concert Series. The series debuted 12 years ago and allows the DSO to bring its concerts to the metropolitan cities of Detroit.

“Life is tough (now), but this music will rekindle your soul,” Ryder said.

Tickets for the entire season can be purchased at: General admission tickets are $ 25 for adults and $ 10 for students. The MCCC currently requires everyone on campus to wear masks. The DSO requires proof of a COVID vaccine or a negative test for entry.

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