Celebrate Detroit This New Year’s Eve With The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Detroit Public Television, The DSO Live from Orchestra Hall – New Year’s Eve – Starting at 10 pm; Join Us at Orchestra Hall, at Home or Online – And Share Our Detroit Symphony Orchestra with the World! Gala and concert tickets available at DSO.org

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Celebrate Detroit This New Years Eve

With The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Detroit Public Television

The DSO Live from Orchestra Hall – New Years Eve  – Starting at 10 pm

Join Us at Orchestra Hall, at Home or Online – And Share Our Detroit Symphony Orchestra with the World!

Gala and concert tickets available at DSO.org

This New Year’s Eve we invite you to usher in 2015 Detroit-style. Whether you’ve made plans or you’re still deciding what to do, join Detroit Public Television (DPTV) and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) for the first-ever DPTV-DSO Live from Orchestra Hall gala and concert.

This special broadcast, hosted by the dynamic duo of DPTV’s own Fred Nahhat and Michigan Public Radio host of All Things Considered, Jennifer White, will start at 10:00 p.m. and continue past midnight to welcome in 2015.

Don’t miss the chance to be part of the live TV audience! Concert and Gala tickets, featuring party favors, open bar and a champagne toast are still available at dso.org.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit dso.org

Share the broadcast with your friends worldwide by connecting them to DPTV.org

Led by the DSO’s Principal Pops Conductor Jeff Tyzik, the orchestra will perform a swinging combination of jazz standards like “Sweet Georgia Brown” and “Ain’t Misbehavin’” featuring jazz trumpet legend Byron Stripling and organist Bobby Floyd, as well as light classical selections by Strauss and Smetana. Guests will be invited to sing along with a full orchestral performance of “Auld Lang Syne,” making the audience literally part of the show. The party will continue following the concert with a choice of traditional dance band, Jazz lounge and dance club atmospheres throughout The Max.

The celebration does not stop there. Throughout the broadcast, Fred and Jennifer will be talking to special guests and sharing with you some of the energy and excitement happening downtown.

Whether you join us in person at the DSO or watch us on TV on WTVS-Channel 56 or online at dptv.org, we hope you will mark this on your calendar as a “must attend event.” For more information, visit www.dso.org or www.dptv.org.

Happy New Year from Detroit Public TV and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra!

 

 

Rich Homberg/President and CEO – @RichHomberg

Detroit Public Television

 

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