The Detroit Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that Grosse Pointe will be included in the Neighborhood Concert Series this year.
The concerts at Grosse Pointe Memorial Church will see both Music Director Leonard Slatkin and Assistant Conductor Teddy Abrams on the podium, new Principal Trumpet Hunter Eberly performing the Telemann Trumpet Concerto, and Concertmaster Yoonshin Song featured in Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins, according to a release.
Performances in Grosse Pointe will the following feature musicians and programs:
Mozart and Bach—Jan. 19, 2014
Jaime Laredo, conductor and violin
Yoonshin Song, violin
- Bach - Concerto for Two Violins
- Gabriela Lena Frank - "Elegía Andina"
- Bartok - Romanian Folk Dances
- Mozart - Symphony No. 40
Copland’s Clarinet Concerto—March 16, 2014
Martin Frӧst, conductor and clarinet
- Grieg - "Holberg Suite"
- Copland - Clarinet Concerto
- Lutoslawski - Dance Preludes
- Stravinsky - "Pulcinella Suite"
Mozart and Haydn—May 11, 2014
Ward Stare, conductor Elena Urioste, violin
- Mozart - Overture to "The Marriage of Figaro"
- Vaughan Williams - "The Lark Ascending"
- Prokofiev - Symphony No. 1, “Classical”
- Ravel - "Tzigane"
- Haydn - Symphony No. 60, “The Distracted”
Mozart and Schubert—June 20, 2014
Christopher Warren-Green, conductor
Hunter Eberly, trumpet
- Rossini - "Overture to L’italiana in Algeri"
- Mozart - Divertimento, K. 136
- Telemann - Trumpet Concerto
- Schubert - Symphony No. 5
Each concert starts at 3 p.m. A general admission, four-concert subscriptions for the neighborhood venue is $100 and can be purchased in-person at the Max M. Fisher Music Center Box Office, 3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit, or by calling (313) 576-5111.
Individual tickets will be $25 and will go on sale Nov. 4, 2013. A tax-deductible $25 donation to the DSO’s Annual Fund waives all fees.