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Rackham Symphony Choir & Verdi Opera Theatre of Michigan

Present

About

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At 8 p.m. Friday,
March 9, in Ann
Arbor's Hill
Auditorium,
University
Musical Society
hosts the Chicago
Symphony
Orchestra in an all-Brahms program
with Tel Aviv-born violinist Pinchas
Zukerman, who will perform Brahms'
Violin Concerto in D Major. $10-$120.
(734) 764-2538; www.ums.org.
Detroit native Kid Rock will join the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra for a
fundraising event on Saturday, May
12, at the Fox Theatre, with the goal
of raising $1 million for the finance-
challenged symphony. DSO Music
Director Leonard Slatkin will conduct.
Kid Rock, the Fox, Slatkin and the DSO
all are volunteering their services for the
concert. Tickets: $100/$150/$250/$350.
(800) 745-3000; olympiaentertainment.
corn and ticketmaster.com . (For "Rock
the Symphony" VIP packages, which
include premiere seating and access to
an exclusive after-party, call (313) 576-
5100.)

POP/ ROCK / JAZZ / FOLK

Ranked as the top Adult Contemporary
chart artist of all time, Grammy, Tony
and Emmy Award-winning singer-
songwriter Barry Manilow takes the
stage at Detroit's Fox Theatre at 7:30
p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 9-10.
$24.99-$144.99. (800) 745-3000; www.
olympiaentertainment.com.

ON THE STAGE

Bloomfield Players Community Theatre
brings the Lionel Bart musical Oliver!
to the Andover High School Theater
at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays
and 2 p.m. Sundays, March 9-11 and
16-18. There are 13 families repre-
sented in Oliver's 58-member cast. 4200
Andover Road, Bloomfield Township.
$15 adults/$12 students and seniors.
(248) 433-0885; www.bloomfieldplayers.
org.
The Village Players present Lucky
Stiff, a zany musical comedy about
an unassuming shoe salesman who
is forced to take the embalmed body
of his recently murdered Atlantic City
uncle on a vacation to Monte Carlo, 8
p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, March 9-25,
with 2 p.m. matinees Sundays, March
18 and 25, at Village Players Playhouse,
34660 Woodward, Birmingham. The
musical was the first collaboration
between lyricist Lynn Ahrens and com-
poser Stephen Flaherty (Ragtime). Cast

members include Jackie
Gubow of Huntington
Woods and Clif Levin of
Detroit. $19. www.
birminghamvillageplayers.
com.

Celebrate the

PASSION, POWER & EXCITEMENT

of Opera

March 23, 2012 7 pm.

LAUGH LINES

Seligman Performing Arts Center

At Detroit Country Day School • Thirteen Mile at Lahser

Catch comic Amy
Schumer at the Magic
Bag in Ferndale, where she'll appear in
two shows on Friday, March 9. Doors
open at 7 and 10 p.m. $20. 22920
Woodward Ave., Ferndale. (248) 544-
3030; www.themagicbag.com.

Flturing
internationally
acclaimed
mezzo-so e rano

Rackham Symphony Choir

Detroit Country Day School Choir

With Orchestra

Conducted by

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THE BIG SCREEN

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(313) 404-0222

The second annual Uptown Film
Festival, a celebration of Michigan-
made movies, comes to the Palladium
12 and Birmingham 8 theaters in down-
town Birmingham Thursday-Saturday,
March 8-10. For the full schedule of
film screenings and events, including
the third annual Michigan Film Awards,
and to purchase event passes and indi-
vidual screening tickets, call (248) 233-
6505 or go to www.uptownfihnfestival.
com.

$35 General Admission
$75 Patron Reserved Seating

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The OCC Womencenter presents
its annual women's conference, A
Call to Wholeness, 8:30 a.m.-3:30
p.m. Saturday, March 24, at Oakland
Community College, Orchard Ridge
Campus, Tirrell Hall (J-Building),
27055 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington
Hills. Keynote speaker psychotherapist
Brenda Strausz will present Living
Your Magnificence, teaching par-
ticipants how to move beyond what is
holding them back and forward to live
an authentic life filled with ease, joy
and freedom. $40 fee includes keynote
presentation, two workshops, continen-
tal breakfast, lunch and the concluding
session. Preregistration, ending March
15, is advised. (248) 522-3642; www.
oaklandcc.edu/womencenter.

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THE ART SCENE

The Jewish Historical Society and
Detroit Institute of Arts host Splendid
Works of Arts From Jewish Donors, in
which DIA and JHSM docents showcase
and discuss artworks given to the
museum by Jewish donors, on Sunday,
March 25, at the DIA. 1:30 p.m.: gather
and meet docents in Dining Room A;
2 p.m.: group tour begins; 3:15 p.m.:
afternoon tea and conversation. $26
(includes museum admission, docent
fee and tea) JHSM members/$32
nonmembers. (248) 432-5517; www.
michjewishhistory.org.

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