Daniil Trifonov continues the lineage of Russian composers, performing his Piano Concerto with the DSO.
Jennifer Koh performs the world premiere of Christopher Cerrone's Violin Concerto "Breaks and Breaks."
Leonard Slatkin begins the final performance of French Festival with Guillaume Connesson's Flammenschrift.
The DSO performs the world premiere of Roshanne Etezady's work "Diamond Rain."
The DSO performs the world premiere of Steven Bryant's work "Zeal."
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra performs the world premiere of the eighth recipient of the Elaine Lebenbom Memorial Award Britta Byström's piece "Many, Yet One."
The DSO performs the world premiere of Joshua Cerdenia's Feuertrunken (Fire-Drunk).
The DSO performs the world premiere of "Smothered by Sky" by composer Loren Loiacono.
American composer Conor Brown debuts his piece How to Relax With Origami with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Violinist Ehnes and composer Howard talk about the new Violin Concerto, and how they created it.
Fauré's brief Pavane is examined in this video, as well as the recently written concerto by James Newton Howard. Howard is well-known for this Oscar-winning film soundtracks.