The Michigan Philharmonic brings you an afternoon of captivating, engaging, and eclectic music with classics from Mahler and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, mingled with new music from a favorite young composer and local star, Jessica Hunt. The concert will be held March 15 at 2 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Plymouth. Mahler’s pensive and beautiful Fourth Symphony was composed using his own work called “The Heavenly Life,” referring to the awakening of joy in life. Performed in the beautiful acoustics of First Methodist Church, Audrey Kline’s lyric soprano will soar as this piece shares a child’s view of heaven. Don’t miss this afternoon of pure musical bliss! For tickets and information, call 734-451-2112 or visit michiganphil.org.