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It wouldn’t be the holidays without Holiday Brass

By | 2018-01-15T20:00:58-05:00 December 8th, 2005|Entertainment|

BIRMINGHAM – Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings returns to usher in the season with the annual sell-out Holiday Brass concert on Sunday, Dec. 18 at First Presbyterian Church – Birmingham at 7:30 p.m.
For those who’d like to participate, a holiday sing-along will begin forty-five minutes prior to the concert.
For the third year, an area youth choir will team up with Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings. In Birmingham, the choir from Bloomfield Hills’ Andover High School will be featured at the Dec. 18 show. The concert will include performances of the In Dulci Jubilo Suite and Rutter’s Gloria as well as many familiar seasonal pieces.
Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings is an ensemble of musicians drawn primarily from the Detroit Symphony and Michigan Opera Theatre orchestras. In addition to presenting a nine-concert subscription season, DCWS also presents five Nightnotes performances at Hagopian World of Rugs in Birmingham.

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