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DETROIT

CLASSICAL +I
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It's been 50 years since
the Beatles, guided to
prominence by manager
The Detroit
Brian Epstein, stepped foot
Symphony
on American shores and
Orchestra
transformed the musical
Neighborhood
landscape. If you never
Gail Zimmerman
Series presents
saw the Fab Four perform
Arts Editor
a concert featur-
live, you can get a taste of
ing the DSO and
what it was like — sans the
Swedish conductor/clarinetist Martin
screaming — when RAIN: A Tribute
Frost, in a program including Aaron
to the Beatles returns to Detroit's Fox
Copland's Clarinet Concerto, at
Theatre at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 8. The
7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 13, at the
full range of the Beatles' discography
Berman Center for the Performing Arts
will be performed live on stage, with
in West Bloomfield. $25. (313) 576-
updated sets, new multimedia content
5111; dso.org.
and new songs. $30-$70. (800) 745-
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra,
3000; olympiaentertainment.com .
along with Music Director for Life
Zubin Mehta, returns to Ann Arbor for
FAMILY FUN
the first time in a decade at 8:45 p.m.
Saturday, March 15, at Ann Arbor's Hill
Music Hall Center for the Performing
Auditorium. The orchestra will perform
Arts presents the children's musical
Bruckner's Symphony No. 8 in c minor
We're Going on a Bear Hunt, based
(come back to next week's Jewish News
upon British children's author and poet
for a story on the IPO). Tickets: $16-
Michael Rosen's award-winning book
$100; (734) 764-2538 or ums.org . A pre- of the same name about a father and his
lude dinner precedes the performance;
four children who go on a traditional
info and tickets: (734) 764-8489.
bear hunt based on an old camp chant,
at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 9. For children
POP / ROCK / JAZZ / FOLK ages 3-10. Tickets: $20 adults/ $10 kids/
$46 family four-pack. (313) 887-8501;
Ann Arbor-raised Mayer Hawthorne
musichall.org.
(ne Andrew Mayer Cohen) brings his
Created in Australia, Erth's Dinosaur
soulful Motown-inspired songs to the
Zoo Live, an experiential theater pro-
Garden Theater Midtown on Thursday,
duction employing a cast of 16 large-
March 6. Doors at 8 p.m. General
scale dinosaur puppets brought to life,
admission-standing tickets: $25. (313)
is both entertaining and educational. It
832-0888; thegardentheaterdetroit.com .
takes audiences on a prehistoric journey
A singer-songwriter whose composi-
into a new dimension, where they get
tions range from jump blues and Buddy
to meet and interact with a menagerie
Holly-style pop to folk balladry and
of insects, mammals and dinosaurs
new folk lyricism, Dick Siegel, named
that once roamed Earth. Performances
by WDET as one of the most important
are at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday
and influential artists in the history of
and 5 p.m. Sunday, with matinees at
Detroit, takes the stage at the Ark in
11:30 a.m. Thursday and Friday, 11:30
Ann Arbor at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 8.
a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Saturday, and 1 p.m.
$20. (734) 761-1451; theark.org .
Sunday, March 12-16, at Detroit's Fisher
Theatre. $19-$39. (800) 982-2787;
ON THE STAGE
broadwayindetroit.com.

Four Bitchin' Babes



Sally Fingerett,

Debi Smith, Deirdre Flint and Marcy
Marxer — bring their new estrogen-
fueled show, Hormonal Imbalance ...
A Mood Swinging Musical Revue!, to
the Macomb Center for the Performing
Arts on Saturday, March 8, at 2 and
7 p.m. $38-$58. (586) 286-2222;
macombcenter.com .

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St. Dunstan's Theatre in Bloomfield
Hills mounts a production of God of
Carnage, playwright Yasmina Reza's
comedy in which two pairs of parents
meet to discuss a conflict between their
children in a civilized (and shortly
uncivilized) manner, March 7-22. Strong
language advisory. $16-$18. (248) 737-
3587; stdunstanstheatre.com .
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COPLAND'S CLARINET CONCERTO

Martin Frost, conductor and clarinet

GRIEG Holberg Suite
COPLAND Clarinet Concerto
LUTOSLAWSKI Dance Preludes
STRAVINSKY Pulcinella Suite

Frost

DSO in
West Bloomfield

DSO in
Bloomfield Hills

Thurs., March 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Berman Center for the Performing
Arts, 6600 W. Maple Rd.

Sat., March 15 at 8 p.m.
Kirk in the Hills
Presbyterian Church
1340 W. Long Lake Rd

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SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

LEONARD SLATKIN

Milne Director

A COMMUNITY-SUPPORTED ORCHESTRA

CALL 313.576.5111

OR VISIT DSO.ORG

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TRUNK SHOWS

In Orchard Mall 6393 Orchard Lake Rd
West Bloomfield • (248) 737-2666

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Suzanne Hilberry Gallery in Ferndale
hosts an exhibit of prints (1975-2011) by
renowned abstract sculptor Joel Shapiro
through April 19. (248) 541-4700;
hilberrygallery.com.
The Birmingham Bloomfield Art
Center is now accepting entries to the

32nd Annual Michigan Fine Arts
Competition. The juried exhibit will fea-

ture a variety of media, all created since
January 2013, by artists from Michigan,
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin.
Cash prize awards to artists will total
$5,000. This year's MFAC will be exhib-
ited May 16-July 11. The entry deadline
is Friday, April 11. All entries are online.
(248) 644-0866; bbartcenter.org .



FINAL,
CLEARANCE



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