This event has been CANCELLED.
March is time for Mahler Madness. Hear why in a spectacular Michigan Philharmonic program that features a performance by soprano Audrey Kline and the performance of a new work by Michigan composer, Jessica Hunt. Also featuring music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, the concert program is Sunday, March 15, at First United Methodist Church, Plymouth, beginning at 2 p.m. If you can attend, arrive early for the Pre-Concert Talk at 1:15 p.m.
- Samuel Coleridge-Taylor – Danse Negré (1898)
- Jessica Hunt – The Eagle Tree (2018)
- Gustav Mahler – Symphony No. 4 in G Major (1900)
Details from Michigan Phil:
The Michigan Philharmonic brings you an afternoon of captivating, engaging and eclectic music, with classics from Mahler and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, mingled with new music from one of our favorite young composers and local star, Jessica Hunt. Mahler’s pensive and beautiful Fourth Symphony was based on his own song, “The Heavenly Life,” referring to the awakening of joy in life. Performed in the beautiful acoustics of First United Methodist Church, Audrey Kline’s lyric soprano will soar as this piece shares a child’s view of heaven.