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CD88528 DETROIT SYMPHONY 04 11 2011

CD88528 DETROIT SYMPHONY 04 11 2011
Item# CD88528
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CD88528 DETROIT SYMPHONY 04 11 2011

Although not an operatic presentation, this concert marks the return of the Detroit Symphony after the 6 month musicians strike which has been covered extensively BY worldwide media. This program was presented on Saturday, April 09, and again Sunday April 10 and offered as a free concert and played to SRO audiences for both performances.

The remainder of the "Spring Season" will offer all seats for all performances for 20.00 USD. Hour long waits for both phone and box office sales were reported today.

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA RETURNS LEONARD SLATKIN, Conductor and Music Director Patron Appreciation Concert broadcast of concert recorded at ORCHESTRA HALL Detroit, Mi by WRCJ FM 04/10/2011 3:00 EDST as broadcast 04/10/2011 at 7:30pm

BERNSTEIN: Overture to Candide WILLIAMS: Summon the Heroes BARBER: Adagio for Strings GERSHWIN: An American in Paris DVORAK: Symphony No 9, "From the New World"

Most remarks and applause edited by the presenter to fit into a 90 minute format.

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