Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s Franck’s Symphony in D Minor Concert at Orchestra Hall on January 21 (Up to 52% Off)

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Gifted tunesmiths woos ears with performance of Franck's Symphony in D Minor led by conductor Hélène Bouchez & teenage prodigy Conrad Tao

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The best concerts have lots of pyrotechnics, which is why classical pianists always wear asbestos pants. Insulate yourself from boredom with today’s GrouponLive deal to see the Detroit Symphony Orchestra perform Franck’s Symphony in D Minor at Orchestra Hall on Saturday, January 21, at 8 p.m. Choose between the following seating options:

  • For $12, you get one ticket for seating in the Main Floor B or mid-balcony sections (a $25 value).
  • For $25, you get one ticket for seating in the Main Floor A or Dress Circle lower balcony sections (a $50 value).<p>

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s gifted tunesmiths squeeze euphonious notes through their woodwind, brass, string, and percussion instruments, building upon a 125-year history of symphonic sounds in the Motor City. The orchestra’s performance of Franck’s Symphony in D Minor pollinates the air with soaring French classics, swaying back and forth to the baton semaphoring of guest conductor Hélène Bouchez and the piano mastery of 17-year old prodigy Conrad Tao. A pair of Debussy compositions inaugurates the evening with ear-swooning melodies that bounce of the antique theater’s ornate, golden structure, which was built in 1919. During the evening’s main and final piece, Franck’s Symphony in D Minor, Chinese-American Conrad Tao showcases his full repertoire, which has earned him ASCAP’s Morton Gould Young Composer award for eight consecutive years, just two notches shy of earning him a free carrying case for a grand piano.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra

The nation's fourth-oldest orchestra, the DSO has been filling Detroit's music halls with top-notch euphony since 1887. By the 1920s, the orchestra came into its own, entering a golden age that saw them hosting such legends as Igor Stravinsky, Richard Strauss, and Sergei Rachmaninoff. After financial difficulties put the outfit's hall in jeopardy, a multi-decade fund-raising effort led to their triumphant return home in 1989. Today, the orchestra remains one of the most recorded symphonies in the country, bringing the classical canon to millions of listeners and giving orchestra members something to blast at family gatherings when their siblings start talking about their jobs.


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