The Detroit Symphony Orchestra plans to announce a new date soon for its special collaboration with the rap group Wu-Tang Clan originally scheduled for March 21-22 at Orchestra Hall.
A new date for the show -- featuring live performances combined with the famed Japanese Kung Fu film "The 36th Chamber of Shaolin" -- could be announced as soon as next week, according to DSO officials. It was among a dozen programs canceled or postponed first in response to the COVID-19 virus scare and then by the state of Michigan's ban on events of more than 250 people.
The DSO has rescheduled the "A Night of Duos" Paradise Jazz series concert from March 20 to June 26 and a Salsa Dance Party in The Cube from March 28 to May 30. New dates for a Brubeck Centennial show from April 2 and the Om @ The Max yoga session from April 5 will also be announced soon.
All other programs, including March 19-22 Davidson Neighborhood Series concerts in Southfield, Macomb and Beverly Hills, have been canceled outright. Tickets for those can be exchanged for other programs once the DSO is up and running again.
To fill the void the DSO has made its dso.org/live recorded archives free for all, showing select programs from the orchestra's past.
More information and updates at 313-576-5111 or dso.org.
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