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UPCOMING CONCERTS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

WRCI 90.9 FM

CLASSICAL
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About

presents the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

ON THE STAGE

The Detroit
Enjoy "some enchanted
Symphony
evening" attending
Orchestra's
the Rodgers and
Neighborhood
Hammerstein classic
Concert Series
musical about love in a
Gail Zimmerman
brings the DSO to
time of war and prejudice
A its Editor
the Berman Center
with a performance of
for the Performing
South Pacific at Detroit's
Arts in West Bloomfield at 7:30 p.m.
Fox Theatre, March 2-4. Show times: 8
Thursday, March 8. Native Detroiter
p.m. Friday, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday and 1
and popular concertmaster Joseph
and 6:30 p.m. Sunday. $30-$70. (800) 745-
Silverstein will lead the DSO in
3000; www.olympiaentertainment.com .
Beethoven's Second Symphony and will
Stagecrafters presents The Last
perform his masterful interpretation of Five Years, by Jason Robert Brown,
Mozart's Fifth Violin Concerto. Tickets
a personal look at the romance and
start at $25. (313) 576-5111;
breakup of a young couple, at 8 p.m.
www.detroitsymphony.com .
Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m.
Sundays, March 2-18. The musical,
POP / ROCK /
featuring the tune "Shiksa Goddess:'
JAZZ / FOLK
chronicles the five-year life of an
interfaith marriage between Jamie
Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit,
Wellerstein, a rising novelist, and
founded by Rick Sperling in 1992, was Cathy Hyatt, a struggling actress.
born out of a need to fill the gaps in
Baldwin Theatre on the 2nd Stage, 415
arts education in Metro Detroit schools. S. Lafayette, Royal Oak. $14 (half-off
In September 2011, the Mosaic Singers
student night on Thursday, March 8).
performed for President Obama, and
(248) 541-6430; www/stagecrafters.org .
they have been selected to compete in
the World Choir Games this summer in LAUGH LINES
Cincinnati (shades of Glee!). At 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday, Named one of the 25 Funniest People in
March 2-4, Singsation! Mosaic Singers America by Entertainment Weekly, Jewish
in Concert will celebrate the iconic
comic Dave Attell ā€” whose material
pop artists of the '60sā€“'80s, with dance tends toward the "very adult"ā€” takes the
and a live band, on stage at the Detroit
stage at 8 p.m. Thursday and 8 and 10:30
Film Theatre in the Detroit Institute
p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 8-10, at
of Arts. 5200 Woodward Ave. (John R.
Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle. Detroit-
Entrance), Detroit. $20 general admis-
area native Ben Konstantin also appears.
sion/$12 students and seniors. (313)
269 E. Fourth St., Royal Oak. $25-$30.
872-6910, ext. 4024;
(248) 542-9900; www.comedycastle.com .
www.mosaicdetroit.com .
Hailing from Akron, Ohio, blues
THE ART SCENE
revival duo the Black Keys, winner of
last year's Grammy for Best Alternative
In its second year, the Royal Oak
Music Album (BrotherA take the stage
Artist Market Show & Sale, running
at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at Detroit's
2 -8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Joe Louis Arena. Singer/guitarist Dan
Saturday, March 2-3, will be held in
Auerbach, 32, who forms half of the
Royal Oak's Historic Farmers Market
group, along with drummer Patrick
and offer a blend of fine art and fine
Carney, is of Polish Jewish descent, the
crafts from artists around Michigan
son of an antiques dealer father and
and Northern Ohio. A portion of pro-
French teacher mother. His great-uncle
ceeds from the show will help support
was a Holocaust camp survivor, and
Camp Casey (children with cancer) and
his grandmother got out just before
the Royal Oak Arts Council. 316 E. 11
the Nazis closed the borders, he told
Mile Road, Royal Oak. For information,
the British paper The Guardian. "Her
call Shelly, (248) 246-3078.
entire family was murdered. Mum, dad,
elder brothers, everyone. She made it to
WHATNOT
England and learned to speak English.
She met my grandpa, who was in the
The Detroit Kennel Club Dog Show,
Army, and they moved to New Jersey,
with more than 167 breeds of pooches,
and eventually reunited with my great-
is one of only five benched shows left in
uncle. All those stories were a big part
the U.S. It runs 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday
of my growing up. You realize how
and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, March 3-4,
lucky we are. It certainly makes you
at Cobo Center, 1 Washington Blvd.,
work harder." $34.50-$54.50. (800) 745- Detroit. $8-$15. Tickets at the door; cash
3000; www.olympiaentertainment.com . only. www.detroitkennelclub.com .

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SILVERSTEIN
PLAYS
BEETHOVEN
AND MOZART

BEETHOVEN'S
"EMPEROR"

Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Robert Levin, piano

Mozart Overture to Don Giovanni
Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5, "Emperor"
Mozart Symphony No. 38, "Prague"

Joseph Silverstein, conductor and violin

Beethoven Coriolan Overture
Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5
Beethoven Symphony No. 2

Performed at two neighborhood locations:

In Southfield
Thu., Mar. 22 at 7:30 p.m.

In West Bloomfield Twp.
Thu., Mar. 8 at 7:3o p.m.

At Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
27375 Bell Rd.

at Berman Center for the Performing
Arts on the Eugene and Marcia
Applebaum Jewish Community
Campus, 6600 W. Maple

In Beverly Hills
Sun., Mar. 25 at 3 p.m.

At Seligman Performing Arts Center,
Detroit Country Day School, 22305 W.13 Mile

Tickets
just $25!

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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

LEONARD SLATKIN Music Director

A COMMUNITY-SUPPORTED ORCHESTRA

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Buy tickets today at
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