Although rock, pop, and hip hop are now among the most popular music genres, classical music has not been forgotten. Encompassing a wide range of time, classical music concerts in the modern era highlight the compositions of many artists, including Detroit Symphony Orchestra. See below for upcoming dates and Detroit Symphony Orchestra tickets.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Jul 10, 2016
|Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Brent Havens - The Music of David Bowie||Rochester, MI|
Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
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The term classical music is used to refer to the music of the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras, which ranged roughly from the years 1600 - 1900. Classical musical consists of some of the world's best known and celebrated composers, such as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, Weber, and many more. Classical music can be heard by orchestras all throughout the world. In modern times Detroit Symphony Orchestra is very popular among classical music fans.
Coming out of the Renaissance period of music, classical music made a move toward music that was much more expressive than previous forms. Its composers used concepts such as instrumentation in order to invoke emotion in their audiences by writing parts for specific instruments. Today, classical music is often used as the background for major motion pictures in order to produce certain emotions in movie-going audiences. It has also made stars of many solo artists, such as cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinists Andre Rieu and Joshua Bell. Get your chance to hear some an example of classical music by buying Detroit Symphony Orchestra tickets from TicketNetwork.