The Detroit Symphony Orchestra will honor trumpeter, composer, and Fred A. & Barbara M. Erb Jazz Creative Chair Terence Blanchard and jazz violinist and MacArthur Fellow Regina Carter at the 39th annual Classical Roots Celebration.
Kazem Abdullah will conduct the program, which includes the world premiere of Detroit 67 composed by Blanchard marking the 50th anniversary of Detroit’s tumultuous summer of 1967, as well as Jeffrey Mumford's cello concerto titled of fields unfolding…echoing depths of resonant light. Cellist Christine Lamprea, First Prize winner of the 2013 Sphinx Competition, joins the DSO as guest soloist for the cello concerto.
The Celebration event that includes a strolling dinner, concert and afterglow is SOLD-OUT!