Michigan Philharmonic - 76th Season

10/13/2021 - 05/22/2022
850 W. Ann Arbor Trl.
Plymouth, MI 48170

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Be a Part of the Extraordinary and Buy a Season Ticket!

We’re back! And we hope you’re as excited about the upcoming 76th season of the Michigan Philharmonic as we are. A “Take2 Celebration” salutes our history – and what would have been our 75th year – as we get to experience the return of live music with an array of wonderful performances.

Here’s some of the highlights of our 2021-2022 “Take2” season.

  • A birthday bash begins the season in October, and what better way to celebrate 76 years than with our favorite pianist, Anastasia Rizikov. This one’s the perfect way to commemorate what should have been our 75th birthday, before the pandemic.
  • Two exciting world premieres this year. The first, from composer Andre Myers showcases the viola during our “M&Ms” concert in November, and the second, a piece for mandolin and strings from mandolin artist and composer Brad Phillips will be premiered at our Miniature Masterpieces event in January 2022.
  • Our holiday pops tradition continues with two performances at the historic Penn Theatre in downtown Plymouth.
  • Jazz guitarist Mimi Fox finally graces the stage with the Philharmonic- after two years in the making- showcasing a repertoire of jazz-era pieces from Gershwin to Shostakovich.
  • A highly entertaining steelpan (also called steeldrum) performance highlights a rhythmic “Night in the Tropics” in March of 2022.
  • Joyful power and emotional force come alive during Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 as the Philharmonic teams with noted soloists and three local choral groups.
  • There is no better way to celebrate the Great American Songbook than with the smooth vocal stylings of contemporary singer “Suede” during our final performance of the year.

As a patron of the arts in our community, you have a number of great ways to support the Michigan Philharmonic, now in its 23rd season under Music Director and Conductor Nan Washburn. You can take advantage of our “early bird” offer and order early and save but also put your ticket package together anyway you would like. If you want you can order tickets for just one concert or mix and match with other concerts. Be our guest! If you can’t decide which concerts you want to attend but want to be a part of this historic season, you can pay now and choose later. (Leave it all to us – we will follow up with you when you’re ready.)

Visit:  www.michiganphil.org



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