Live Webcast From Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Violinist Joshua Bell 9/30 3:00PM

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Welcome to Live from Orchestra Hall in Detroit, Michigan

Join us 9/30/2012 @ 3:00 PM for a live webcast of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

Opening Weekend Joshua Bell

Performing on the 1713 Gibson ex Huberman Stradivarius violin, Joshua Bell has enchanted audiences worldwide with his breathtaking virtuosity and tone of rare beauty.

Often referred to as the poet of the violin, Bell is the recipient of the Avery Fisher Prize and is the newly named Music Director of The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Bell regularly performs with various American and European orchestras, and presently records exclusively for Sony Classical, a MASTERWORKS label.

Program:

Artists

Leonard Slatkin, conductor

Joshua Bell, violin

Sasha Cooke, mezzo soprano

BERNSTEIN Divertimento for Orchestra

BERNSTEIN Symphony No. 1, “Jeremiah”

BERNSTEIN Overture to Candide

BERNSTEIN Serenade

Violin superstar Joshua Bell and mezzo soprano Sasha Cooke join Maestro Slatkin and your Detroit Symphony Orchestra in a stunning premiere performance of the 2012-13 Season, celebrating the music of Leonard Bernstein.

Join our backstage pre-concert and intermission shows with hosts Alex Trajano and Charles Greenwell, featuring interviews with soloists Joshua Bell and Sasha Cooke, new DSO assistant conductor Teddy Abrams, and Art Detroit Now chairman Marc Schwartz!


For all the Classical and Arts music lovers out there.

For those of you not familar, Joshua Bell is one of the great violinists of our time.

Thank you!:slight_smile:

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