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Harmony in the Hills Concert Series-String Quartet

Free outdoor concert featuring a string quartet comprised of musicians from the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Musicians include Eun Park Lee and Rachel Klaus on violins, Will Haapaniemi on viola and Peter McCaffrey on cello. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be held inside the church.

Jazz in the Park

Saline Arts and Culture Committee presents an evening of Jazz featuring Straight Ahead, Jonathon Muir-Cotton and Expressions, Rick Roe, Olivia Van Goor and Cole Oswalt and Mystic Resonance. In addition to great jazz, enjoy food trucks, vendors and GIVEAWAYS in a beautiful park setting.

OOPAPADA/Dr. Prof. Leonard King

OOPAPADA/Dr. Prof. Leonard King featuring Ben Green-trumpet (Dominic Birenga-soprano saxophone June 29th); Alex Colista-saxophones; John Raleeh-trombone; Eli Bucheit-piano & keyboard; Rocco Popielarski-bass; Dr. Prof. Leonard King-drums & vocals. Thursday through Saturday June 27-29, 2024. 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. with two performances. This weekend event marks the first time the group has been invited, and […]

RiverBlast! Jazz Concert

The Big Band Theory performs as part of Music on Belle Isle Group’s 2024 RiverBlast! Series at Sunset Point on Belle Isle

Summer Sounds – A Concert by Ferndale Community Concert Band

The Ferndale Community Concert Band is proud to present its annual summer outdoor concert, Summer Sounds. Join us outside at Martin Road Park on Sunday, June 23 at 3:00 PM for a concert of summer themed band music. Highlights include “Glenn Miller in Concert,” “Somewhere” and “Mambo” from “West Side Story” by Leonard Bernstein, the […]

“What a Wonderful World” with the Rochester Symphony Orchestra

Join music director/conductor Bill Milicevic and the Rochester Symphony Orchestra in this musical celebration of youth, spring, life. The program begins with Antonin Dvorak’s joyous “Carnival Overture.” Next, in Bedrich Smetana’s “The Moldau,” we cruise the mighty Vltava River past nostalgic scenes of rural Czech life. Ferde Grofe’s “Grand Canyon Suite,” “a musical journey that […]

Summer Carillon Concert: Kayla Gunderson

Emerging American carillon talent Kayla Gunderson performs a recital including works for children by Jean W. Miller, the first North American woman to publish her carillon compositions and the first blind woman to ever publish carillon music. Gunderson recently graduated from the Royal Carillon School ‘Jef Denyn’ in Belgium. Originally from Seattle, she learned to […]

Summer Carillon Concert: Deborah Hennig

Canadian carillonist Deborah Hennig performs her arrangements of works by Agustín Barrios Mangoré and R. Nathaniel Dett in a program exploring British, German, Spanish, and Canadian music. Hennig has a background as a classical pianist and graduated with high distinction from the Royal Carillon School ‘Jef Denyn’ in Belgium. She has performed throughout Belgium, the […]

Summer Carillon Concert: Gijsbert Kok

Dutch carillonist and organist Gijsbert Kok performs new carillon music by South Korean composer Il Hoon Son, Indonesian-Dutch composer Sinta Wullur, and Dutch composer Roel van Oosten in a program that spans arrangements from Bach to Piazzolla. Kok is city carillonist of The Hague, Scheveningen, and Voorschoten, organist of the Abdijkerk in The Hague – […]

CMSC’s 25th Season Celebration and Fundraiser

Chamber Music at the Scarab Club is thrilled to present the final event of its 25th season in Detroit’s historic Scarab Club. CMSC will feature some of Detroit’s finest chamber musicians, most of whom have performed on the series in the past and are generously donating their talents for this performance to help raise funds […]