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educational webcasts

Look. Listen. Connect. | May 15 at 10:30 AM & 11:45 AM

Through the ages, visual artists and composers have shared many of the same sources of inspiration, reflecting history, tradition and their community as well as looking toward the future. Join the DSO in collaboration with the Detroit Institute of Arts to learn what visual art and symphonic music can share in common.

Past Webcasts

You can find previous Educational Classroom Series concerts here. Find out how classical music can be a part of your life – and watch the DSO perform!

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Artist Interviews

Learn more about performers and the composers who wrote the music the DSO performs!

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resources for educators

Educational materials for Classroom Edition webcasts

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Mozart & the Opera

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The Tale of the Firebird

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1. Motive 1 - Reznicek Donna Diana Overture

2. Motive 2 - Reznicek Donna Diana Overture

3. Motive 3 - Reznicek Donna Diana Overture

4. Emil von Reznicek - Donna Diana Overture

5. Claudio Monteverdi - L'Orfeo - Toccata

6. Francois Couperin - Le Tic-Toc-Choc ou Les Maillotins EXCERPT

7. Maurice Ravel - Le Tombeau de Couperin - Rigaudon

8. Rigaudon - Jean Philipple Rameau Excerpt

9. William Grant Still Lenox Avenue The Blues

10. Adam Schoenberg Finding Rothko II. Yellow

11. Jacques Offenbach - Orpheus in the Underworld Overture

12 Henryk Wieniawski Polonaise No. 1 in D major, Op. 4 Polonaise brillante, Op. 4

13. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Symphony No. 41, K. 551 - Jupiter - IV. Finale. Molto allegro

14. Mozart Theme 1

15. Mozart Theme 2

16. Mozart Theme 3

17. Mozart Theme 4

18. Mozart Theme 5

19. Mozart Themes Combined

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Find out how to join the DSO's youth training ensembles

Civic Youth Ensembles

Since 1970, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's Civic Youth Ensembles (CYE) have provided Michigan's musicians of all ages a comprehensive music education experience. CYE's two-fold mission is to cultivate every student's artistic and creative potential through rewarding musical experiences while continuing to develop meaningful skills outside of the arts. Find out more today!

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ensembles in action

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Discover and Create

Happy, Sad, Silly, Scary

Create and share your own composition by exploring the Many Moods of Music!

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