Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Their performance was ebullient. A concerto for two soloists is successful only if they work closely together to exchange
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Set to Perform The Music of David Bowie, Guest Conductor Brent Havens Talks of Orchestrating the Works of this Musical Genius
With someone like David Bowie, having left us so much amazing music, what sort of story are you trying to tell with this
Hip-Hop, Electronic Soul Influenced Producer Taylor McFerrin Set to Play at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's Mix @ The Max
Along with being a musician and producer, you are known for your beat boxing, how did you get into doing that? Recently, I
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hosts Brahms Festival, DSO Music Director Leonard Slatkin Shares His Thoughts on Composer's Innovative Legacy
The works of Johannes Brahms are the subject of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's annual Winter Music Festival program. For
World Renown Violinist Karen Gomyo to Perform Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5 With the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
If you really open yourself up to it, Mozart's music is anything but that. It's timeless, it's full of emotion, and it has everything to do with how we as humans feel, even today. In a world where most music burns heavy and burns out quickly, the flame of Mozart's music still burns as warmly as it did when he first wrote it.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Russian Composer Tchaikovsky With Three Week Festival
In tackling the life and times of Tchaikovsky, the DSO is really trying to do more than just play his music, but really dig deep into what made this man tick and why his music continues to be so relevant even today.
Virtually no American orchestras were engaging guest conductors from our own country under the age of 45. For the most part, aside from a few assistant conductorships, the younger generation of maestri is primarily limited to musicians from other countries. And at that, 45 may not be considered so young.
An innovation only exists for a very brief moment before it goes sour like old soup. As with a chef trying new recipes, practice precedes mastery. The more you cook the better the dish.
No sooner had the announcement been made that Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons would become the new maestro for the Boston Symphony than some commentators started in on the perennial question, "Why do Americans rarely get a top flight music directorship in the United States?"
Lyon is the city that I have called my second home for the past two years. Being music director with two orchestras requires a very good set of plans and an even better understanding of the airlines. It also means that I must balance my roles in both Detroit and France.