In: 2021 Spring Perspectives

A New Beginning
March 22, 2021

The venue has changed, but the concert’s the same! Join us Friday, April 23 at 8:00 PM for Signature Symphony’s A New Beginning, featuring music from films such as “Star Wars” and “The Magnificent Seven” with Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture as the grand finale with the Union High School Renegade Regiment Marching Band. 

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Connecting the Dots #18
February 3, 2021

Take a journey of twists and turns with Lauren Green as he recounts his unexpected path to becoming an orchestra conductor.

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Connecting the Dots #17
February 3, 2021

Join Signature Symphony guest host Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, classical composer and citizen of the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma, as he discusses his life and works, including compositions Talowa’ Hiloha (Thunder Song) and Oshta (Four), which will be performed at the final Chamber Music Concert of the season, Friday, May 21st.

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Chamber Music Concert #9
February 3, 2021

Join our Signature Symphony musicians for an evening of solo works. Our final Chamber Music Concert of the season features soloists Jim Clanton, timpani and Kiersten Moser, composer and violinist.

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Connecting the Dots #16
February 3, 2021

Through our Connecting the Dots series, Signature Symphony musicians will act as virtual hosts guiding you through a variety of musical topics. Continuing our mission of educational programming, this leads you to a deeper understanding of the historical significance and background of famous composers as well as exposure to new music and ideas. Great for adults and kids, this series is interactive allowing you participate in live chat and ask questions with real-time feedback.

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Connecting the Dots #15
February 3, 2021

Join Signature Symphony’s guest host, Dr. Alex Blue as he guides you to a deeper understanding of the historical significance and exposure to the world of hip-hop in Detroit. Great for adults and kids, this interactive presentation allows you to participate in live chat and ask questions with real-time feedback.

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Chamber Music #8
February 2, 2021

Artist Director Finalist, Alejandro Gómez Guillén, will curate this concert of Signature Symphony musicians featured in a more intimate and personal setting, allowing them to perform safely with physical distancing guidelines in place. The streaming nature of these concerts will give you (our patrons) an up-close vantage point not possible in a full orchestra concert in a large hall; everyone will have a front row seat.

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Connecting the Dots #14
January 28, 2021

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet has inspired composers of all genres to put music to action and emotion. Hear how Prokofiev, Bernstein, Tchaikovsky and more interpreted the young love, unforgettable characters, and brutal duels found in the most famous love story of all time.

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Connecting the Dots #13
January 28, 2021

Dr. Ambrose’s presentation will delve into the connection between American horn players of African and Creole descent, and the use of the horn as a symbol of oppression and freedom. This will include a look at how the horn was utilized in the lives of enslaved persons, the role it played in the advent of the Black brass band tradition during and after the War of 1812, its use in minstrel bands and offshoots during the Postbellum period, and accounts of jazz horn players and racist audition practices of the early- to mid-20th century

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Chamber Music #7
January 28, 2021

Artist Director Finalist, Robert Franz will curate this concert of Signature Symphony musicians featured in a more intimate and personal setting, allowing them to perform safely with physical distancing guidelines in place. The streaming nature of these concerts will give you (our patrons) an up-close vantage point not possible in a full orchestra concert in a large hall; everyone will have a front row seat.

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