Michigan Philharmonic Coupons and Deals
Chorus and orchestra performing together- is there anything better or more moving than that glorious combination? ‘The Ives of March’ brings back on of our favorite artists collaborators, the Plymouth Oratorio Society, under the direction of Dr. Richard Ingram for an extraordinary opportunity to hear not only one of the all-time most popular pieces of classical music, Carl Orff’s ‘O Fortuna’ from Carmina Burana but also the exquisitely beautiful and lesser-known work, Antonín Dvořák’s Te Deum. The Dvořák work, interestingly enough, began as an American commission in the honor of the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ ‘discovery.’ When the proposed ‘American’ text didn’t get to the composer in time, he decided to set the traditional Latin text instead! The work was premiered in 1892 in New York City. The two other pieces on the program, however, are more clearly ‘American.’ Charles Ives bases his quiet and reflective Symphony No. 3 on old American hymn-tunes and sentimental memories of times past (or of a by-gone era). California-based composer, Lee Actor’s Opening Remarks is a delightful, upbeat, Shostakovich-styles concert opener.
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Event is October 26 at 7:30 PM Enjoy a Special Halloween Pops Concert brought to you by Michigan Philharmonic at "The Haunted House" at Steppingstone School in Farmington Hills Come dressed in your Halloween costume, the scarier the better for this haunted night Celebrate 68 years with the Michigan Philharmonic this fall Powered by Pavé Life Come in your favorite costume and enjoy a haunted Halloween concert of scary well-known classics, including Night on Bald Mountain, Hall of the Mountain King and Toccata in D along with movie and Broadway hits such as Wicked, King Kong, Phantom of the Opera and Spider-Man with audience participation on Ghostbusters as the finale.J.S. Bach: Toccata in D minorEdvard Grieg: Hall of the Mountain KingModest Mussorgsky: Night on Bald MountainAndrew Lloyd Webber: Phantom of the Opera HighlightsHector Berlioz: March to the Scaffold from Symphonie FantastiqueStephen Schwartz: Highlights from WickedJames Newton Howard: King Kong Soundtrack HighlightsHans Zimmer: Concert Suite from The Dark KnightRay Parker Jr.: Ghostbusters
Get your taste of the arts with today's deal from the Michigan Philharmonic: Pay $30 for two tickets to your choice of three upcoming concerts (a $60 value). Choose to attend "Home for the Holidays" on Friday, December 14 at the Seligman Performing Arts Center; "The French Connection" on Sunday, February 10 at the First United Methodist Church; or "Adventures on Earth" on Friday, April 19 at the First United Methodist Church. The Michigan Philharmonic is one of the most innovative and dynamic professional symphony orchestras in Southeast Michigan and is committed to reaching out to a broad and diverse array of audiences with enjoyable cultural and social experiences. Want more? Check out the Michigan Philharmonic on Facebook.