When you think of classical music you might think of getting dressed up and going to the theater. The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is putting a twist on your expectations with a brand new outdoor experience.
The orchestra is putting on outdoor concerts in the Sosnick Courtyard adjacent to Orchestra Hall that include genre-defining experiences such as yoga and different music outside of classical. Up to 150 people can attend and there is free parking.
Chris Harrington, Senior Director of Jazz @THE MAX for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra , says instead of watching from the top of a theatre with binoculars, this will be a more intimate experience for guests to feel more involved with the show.
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