Midland Symphony Orchestra
Midland Symphony Orchestra Announces Auditions for 2022-23 Season
Midland Center for the Arts Celebrates 50th Anniversary, Just as It Began
Midland Center for the Arts Announces 2022-23 Season!
Midland Symphony Orchestra to Perform a Work Fitting for the Opening Night Occasion
Wine and Music Come Together for the Perfect Pairing in Multi-Course Meal at Midland Center for the Arts
Midland Center for the Arts Announces 2021/22 50th Anniversary Celebration Season with the Return of Broadway & Performing Artists
Midland Center Hosts Discussion on Social Injustice
Composer Joel Thompson’s work exposes the painful realities of life in the United States for men and women of color. His powerful multi-movement choral work “Seven Last Words of the Unarmed” is a timely, visceral and moving piece that speaks to racial inequities and violence against people of color. The work features the words of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Eric Garner, Kenneth Chamberlain, Amadou Diallo, and John Crawford. These seven African-American men were each killed by police or other authority figures.
Michigan Orchestra Creates a Cyber Symphony
Though separated physically by self-isolation, members of the Midland Symphony Orchestra have come together to present its spring concert as a virtual experience for ticketholders and season subscribers. “While we aren’t able to come together at this time, we know that our friends and audiences are at home, missing the concert we all planned to attend this week,” said Dr. Matt Travis, Director of Choral & Orchestral Programs. The Midland Symphony Orchestra was scheduled to perform Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 7 on Saturday, April 18, but will now present a virtual concert featuring a repertoire of music selected by principal musicians of the orchestra.
Carousel Isn’t a Love Story