‘Dirty Dancing’ in Concert coming to Michigan for the film’s 35th anniversary
DETROIT - You can watch “Dirty Dancing” in a way you’ve never watched it before. “Dirty Dancing” in Concert is coming to Michigan for one show to celebrate the movie’s 35th anniversary. The band and singers will perform songs from the hit soundtrack live, in sync with the film as it’s playing. Released in 1987, “Dirty Dancing” stars Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. Set in the summer of 1963, Baby Houseman (Jennifer Grey) and her family vacation to the Catskills resort, Kellerman’s.mlive.com
The magic of “America”
You know them for their hit songs “You Can Do Magic,” “A Horse With No Name,” and “Sister Golden Hair.” Now you have a chance to see the band America perform those songs you know and love, live. This Sunday, at 7:30 p.m., Greektown Casino is presents their a show at The Music Hall.
Detroit Concert Choir hosts ‘Celtic Celebration’
The Detroit Concert Choir, under the direction of Michael A. Mitchell, presents “A Celtic Celebration of Song,” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 12, at Grosse Pointe United Methodist Church, 211 Moross, Grosse Pointe Farms. A second concert takes place at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 13, at Sts. Peter & Paul Jesuit Church, 629 E. Jefferson, Detroit. The concert — which […]grossepointenews.com
This Grammy-nominated duo is blending classical and hip-hop music to inspire kids
When you hear the term “classical music” sounds of Mozart or Beethoven may be ringing through your head. It’s a style of music many generations do not fully appreciate, but one Grammy-nominated group is changing that by blending violin and hip hop.
Free mini concert set for Saturday at Hasselbring Senior Center in Flint
FLINT, MI — Hasselbring Senior Center is inviting the public to attend a free neighborhood mini concert that takes place this weekend. Hasselbring Senior Center, located at 1002 W. Home Ave. in Flint, will host a free neighborhood mini concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 26. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and umbrellas or enjoy the concert from their vehicle, according to a Hasselbring Senior Center news release. In creating opportunities for north Flint residents to meet and collaborate, we can assist with the task of decreasing crime in north Flint,” Beverly Lewis, executive director for Hasselbring Senior Center, said. Questions regarding the Mini Concert Series can be directed to Lewis by phone at 810-691-6451 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org