Bassist Rick Robinson is known for taking classical music out of the concert hall and into people’s lives. On Friday, September 8, from 7:30p-9p, Rick’s CutTime Players, a mix of principal DSO and MOT musicians, kicks off its 17th season with a program of classical music favorities. Be there and discover why classical music ROCKS the way it does!
The players will be Laurie Landers Goldman, violin; Rick Robinson, bass; Brandy Hudelson, flute; Ted Oien, clarinet; Eric Varner, bassoon; David Ammer, trumpe;t David Jackson, trombone; and Keith Claeys, percussion.
The program: Russlan and Ludmilla Overture, Glinka; Opening of Symphony No. 25, Mozart; Fur Elise, Beethoven; The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Dukas; INTERMISSION, Hungarian Dance No. 5, Brahms; Radetzky March, J. Strauss; Bolero, Ravel; The Entertainer Rag, Joplin; Dance of the Comedians, Smetana.
The concert will be at the Farmington Players Barn Theatre, 32332 West Twelve Mile Rd., Farmington Hills. Tickets are $19 for adults; $17 for seniors over 62 and students, and available at (248) 473-1848 or at the City of Farmington Hills website.