Michigan Philharmonic Presents HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Through Dec 15

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Be sure to make this concert a tradition to your holiday schedule as the Michigan Philharmonic invites you "Home for the Holidays".  Enjoy a festive program featuring such classics as, Winter Wonderland, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, A Canadian Brass Christmas, Christmas at the Movies  with selections from Miracle on 34th Street, the Polar Express, and more!  In addition the concert features Bach's Piano Concerto  #3 in D Major performed by Michigan Philharmonic Pianist, Patrick Johnson.

You have several opportunities to hear this classic holiday concert, between December 13- 15, in various venues.  The concerts in Plymouth are performed at the historic Penn Theatre in beautiful downtown Plymouth.  Concert tickets are $30, $25 and $10.  Make an evening of it and join the group at Fiamma's.  A special menu for concert goers is planned and you need to make reservations by calling the MI PHIL office at 734 451-2112. 

In Beverly Hills at the beautiful Seligman Center for the Performing Arts the Michigan Philharmonic will be joined by the Detroit Country Day School Choir for a festive concert and sing-along.  Tickets are priced by section at $40, $30 and $20. 


Michigan Philharmonic Presents HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Through Dec 15

Michigan Philharmonic Presents HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Through Dec 15
Detroit Country Day Concert Choir

Michigan Philharmonic Presents HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Through Dec 15
Pianist, Patrick Johnson

 

Michigan Philharmonic Presents HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Through Dec 15

Michigan Philharmonic Presents HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS Through Dec 15




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Anton Anderssen Dr. Anton Anderssen is a cultural anthropologist, specializing in "high culture." Visit his web page at Hartforth.com. Anton is a member of several high IQ societies, including Mensa, Triple 9, ISPE and Prometheus. He has seasonal residency on the Italian Riviera, The Alps, Hawaii, Michigan and elsewhere world-wide covering cultural events. Dr. Anderssen's articles are included in the United States Library of Congress as part of their Official Performing Arts Historical Web Archives.



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