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15,000 of the 135,000-square-foot
"This would not have been possible
expansion to Orchestra Hall. It provides without the generosity of Bernard and
a first-ever home and headquarters for
Marilyn Pincus. Their support of this
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's 13
project will allow us to provide our
different educational pro-
region's young people with
grams, which impact more
unique music learning oppor-
The Al lesee
than 60,000 students annual-
tunities in a state-of-the-art
Rehears al Hall,
ly.
facility."
under c onstruc-
The dedication — 5 p.m.
The Pincus Center
tion, in the
Friday, Oct. 10 — will be
becomes
the home of four
Jacob B ernard
hosted by Peter D.
youth
ensembles,
which pre-
Pincus Music
Cummings, DSO board
viously
rehearsed
and per-
Educat ion
chairman, and include mem-
formed at various venues
Center
bers of the educational com-
around the city. The ensem-
munity, donors to the DSO's
bles, this season comprised
educational programs, stu-
of 285 students selected
dents and their parents, supporters of
through auditions, represent junior
the DSO's youth ensembles and the
and senior high schools, colleges and
DSO education staff.
universities throughout southeast
"For classical music to survive, it
Michigan.
must build an audience, and we hope
The students will study and rehearse
this center will help with that goal,"
classical music and jazz on a weekly
says. Pincus, who serves on the boards
basis and take master classes and
of the DSO and the education center.
rehearsals with visiting guest artists and
Situated in the northeast corner of
DSO conducting staff.
the Max, the Pincus wing- includes a
The ensembles include the Detroit
rehearsal hall mirroring the dimensions
Symphony Civic Orchestra with 120
of the Orchestra Hall stage, six sound-
high school and college musicians,
: proof practice studios with floating
Civic Sinfonia with 130 members
floors for ensemble or individual
from junior and senior high schools,
rehearsals, a music library and student
Sinfonia Chamber Players with 35
lockers. It has been wired to support
string players preparing for the Civic
future educational programs = audio- -;::•Orchestra and the Civic Jazz Orchestra
video projects, Internet broadcasts -and
:with 35 members ranging in age from
distance learning, computer listening
A3 to 23.
.
stations and online music workshops
"I'm excited that we're approaching a
funding becomes available:
new era of music education in south-
"With the opening of the Pincus
eastern- Michigan," says Pincus, who
Music Education Center, we now have
:has been active With the National
the necessary infrastructure to meet
Council of Jewish Women and Temple
demand for our current programs as
Beth El.
well as to create new collaborations
"I'm comforted that the music center
with the community and schools," says
will go on in perpetuity."
Emil J. King, DSO president and exec-
utive director.
Suzanne Chessler

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