Pro Musica of Detroit is proud to announce cellist Sterling Elliot and violinist Hannah White will perform a concert program entitled, “Sphinx Unplugged: From Davos to Detroit” on Friday, March 15 at the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center in Detroit. The concert performance begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Peter D. and Julie F. Cummings Cube at The Max.
The artists will perform solo works and duets that range from the Baroque to the contemporary eras. Joining the artists in the program is virtuosa pianist Yuki Mack, who will accompany the Sphinx Laureates on a number of works, including “One Foot in the Dark,” a new work by emerging Detroit composer Harriet Steinke.
The performance marks the first Pro Musica appearance for Elliott, 1st Prize Laureate of the 2019 Sphinx Competition Senior Division, and White, Laureate of the 2015 Sphinx Competition Junior Division. The pair recently returned to compete in the 2019 Sphinx Competition, held Feb. 2 in Detroit, after a performing with the Sphinx Virtuosi before attendees of the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Individual concert tickets are available for $45 for cabaret seating and $25 for theatre seating. Student tickets are $10 for theatre seating. Tickets can be purchased online at promusicadetroit.com as well as by telephone through the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Box Office by phone at (313) 576-5111.