The Detroit Symphony Orchestra returns to the Performing Arts Center
Rossen Milanov conductor
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra Rossen Milanov conducting Stefan Jackiw violin
Mozart: Ballet Music from Idomeneo Prokoviev: Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
Saturday, January 17, 2015 8:00 P.M. doors open at 7:30
tickets: general admission $35
on sale now at: Riviera Restaurant, The Sweet Tooth, Vera Grace Emporium, Marine City Gunsmith, St. Clair Art Association, Abbey Road Music
Available by mail now:
DSO Tickets c/o J. White 8757 Anchor Bay Dr. Algonac, MI 48001
Please enclose a check payable to Marine City Music Festival, Inc. and a stamped, self addressed envelope
Stefan Jackiw began violin lessons at the age of four. He graduated Harvard with a BA in Music in 2007. He has said his musical role model is cellist Yo-Yo Ma. His professional career began when he was 12 and performed with the Boston Pops Orchestra. He made his European debut when he was 15. He has since performed with most of the major American symphonic orchestras and toured Japan, Korea and Russia. Here is what the critic Stephen Brooks had to say about a recent performance by Jackiw. "Jackiw threw himself into the music as if nothing else mattered and turned in the kind of playing you always hope for at a concert but rarely hear. It was an absolutely spectacular performance, run through with urgent and often unsettling beauty."
Violin soloist Stefan Jackiw
Pictures from the 2014 Summer Music Festival......July 12
GHO Symphonic Band rehearsing at First Congregational Church, St. Clair
Matthias Heydenreich conducting the GHO Symphonic Band.
The GHO brass section.
Southpaw Isle Steel Band and Biayakuye Percussion Group
Southpaw Isle Steel Band
Biakuye Percussion Group
Sinaboro Korean Drummers
The winner of the Gibson Guitar was Barbara Rymar seen holding the guitar in the center of the photo. Friends Kay Moon and Jackie Berg stand left and right.