The Detroit Symphony Orchestra isn't sure when it will return to Orchestra Hall.
But it does plan to be playing in the neighborhoods by the beginning of 2021.
The DSO, whose live performances have been shut down by the Covid-19 pandemic since mid-March, has announced the 10th Anniversary William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series, set to launch Jan. 7-10 with "Bach's Cofeehouse," with seven additional programs running through mid-July of 2021.
Venues for this year's series include Congregation Shaarey Zedek in Southfield, Detroit Country Day School's Seligman Performing Arts Center in Beverly Hills, Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church in Bloomfield Hills, the Berman Center for the Performing Arts in West Bloomfield, Our Lady Star the Sea in Grosse Pointe Woods, the the Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church in Plymouth and the La-Z-Boy Center's Meyer Theater in Monroe.
Subscription packages start at $75 and can be purchased via dso.org/neighborhood.
The DSO is also planning a series of free chamber recitals around the metro area that will be free to Neighborhood Concert Series subscribers. Programs will be announced in the near future, along with DSO's revised 2020-2021 Classical and Pops series.
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