Tune in to www.dso.org/live this Friday, May 11 at 10:45 am EDT, for a FREE webcast of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra!

Friday, 5/11 10:45 am
Saint-Saëns' "Organ" Symphony
Leonard Slatkin, conductor
Craig Rifel, organ


There is no other symphony quite like it, a towering work built around the awe-inspiring sounds of the pipe organ. More than a century after its premiere, the "Organ Symphony" remains unrivaled in its scope and majesty. Leonard Slatkin leads the Detroit Symphony Orchestra while the DSO's multi-talented Craig Rifel, normally seen and heard in the double bass section, performs as organ soloist. This concert also features the premiere of a new work by Du Yun, winner of the DSO's 4th Elaine Lebenbom Annual Memorial Award for composers.

Join our backstage pre-concert and intermission shows, featuring interviews with composer Du Yun, arranger/composer Rob Mathes, Whole Foods Detroit Community Liaison Amanda Musilli, and more!

Program Information
Leonard Slatkin, conductor
Craig Rifel, organ

DU YUN Kraken
HAYDN Symphony No. 67
SAINT-SAENS Symphony No. 3, "Organ Symphony"

Next Up
Friday, 5/18 10:45 am
The Pines of Rome
Leonard Slatkin, conductor
Robert deMaine, cello

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

The Art of String Quartets by Brian Ferneyhough

Pacific Symphony's Ninth American Composers Festival Explores The Composers And Music That Belonged To "Hollywood's Golden Age"

New Music: "A Sweeter Music" by Sarah Cahill