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GO NOW! The Music of the Moody Blues

Saturday, February 3—Sunday, February 4, 2024

Saturday, February 3—Sunday, February 4, 2024
Orchestra Hall
2 hours
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The Moody Blues, "the Sistine Chapel of popular music" (Rolling Stone), built a career out of pristine hits. Drummer Gordy Marshall, who toured with band for 25 years, and Mick Wilson, former lead singer of fellow English band 10cc, join the DSO for a tribute to pop music perfection, including jewels such as "Nights in White Satin," "Tuesday Afternoon," "Go Now," and "Isn't Life Strange."

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Michael Krajewski

conductor

Known for his entertaining programs and engaging personality, Michael Krajewski is a much sought-after pops conductor in the US, Canada, and abroad. 

His twenty-year relationship with the Houston Symphony included seventeen years as Principal Pops Conductor. He also served as Principal Pops Conductor of the Long Beach Symphony for eleven years, Principal Pops Conductor of Atlanta Symphony for eight years, Music Director of the Philly Pops for six years, and Principal Pops Conductor of the Jacksonville Symphony for twenty-five years. 

Krajewski’s busy schedule as a guest conductor includes concerts with major and regional orchestras across the United States. In Canada he has appeared with the orchestras of Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Regina, and Kitchener-Waterloo. Overseas he has performed in Ireland, Spain, the Czech Republic, Iceland, Malaysia, and China. 

Krajewski has conducted concerts featuring noteable musicians and entertainers from many diverse styles of music. He has worked with classical luminaries such as vocalist Marilyn Horne, flutist James Galway, pianist Alicia de Larrocha, and guitarists Pepe and Angel Romero. 

In the field of popular music, he has performed with Roberta Flack, Judy Collins, Art Garfunkel, Kenny Loggins, Ben Folds, Rufus Wainright, Jason Alexander, Patti Austin, Sandi Patty, Megan Hilty, Matthew Morrison, Doc Severinsen, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Chieftains, Chicago, Pink Martini, and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. 

Born in Detroit, Krajewski studied music education at Wayne State University and conducting at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He was an Antal Dorati Fellowship Conductor with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and subsequently served as the DSO’s assistant conductor for four years. Krajewski now lives in Florida with his wife Darcy. In his spare time, he enjoys travel, photography and solving crossword puzzles. 

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