On Sunday, March 26, the Volunteer Council of the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra kicks off the 30th season of
its signature Musical Feasts series. Guests will experience a
memorable night on the town, curated by none other than DSO
President and CEO Anne Parsons and husband Donald Dietz at downtown Detroit’s House of Pure Vin, including a performance by two of the DSO’s gifted musicians. Also on the roster of 10 unique spring events is an unusual and interactive strolling buffet in a Ferndale recording studio with a performance by a DSO bassoon quartet. Musical Feasts is an unparalleled festival of fine dining and musical entertainment, made possible by generous hosts and incomparable DSO musicians in distinctive venues throughout metro Detroit. Each feast is unique, creating a special and intimate way to experience and support the DSO. Most feasts can accommodate only about 20 guests, so make reservations early. Preview the entire Musical Feast season at dso.org. For reservations, call the Volunteer Council office at (313-) 576-5154.
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Volunteer Council office
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