Ann Arbor Symphony comes to Ypsilanti

March 30, 2007 by  
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Historic concert to be held at Pease Auditorium

Head to Pease Auditorium at 8 pm on Sunday, April 15th for an Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra concert with a special Ypsilanti flavor!

Eastern Michigan University professors Willard Zirk, French horn and Joel Schoenhals, piano will solo on Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 1 and Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Zirk has played principal horn with the A²SO for 24 years and will retire after this concert.

The talented Ypsilanti High School Brass directed by Matthew Kazmierski will open the concert with a fanfare. Local Ypsilanti residents Barbara Zmich and Kathleen Grimes will also be performing.

Reserved seats for Intersection: The A²SO in Ypsilanti are $16. General admission tickets are $11 (or $6 for seniors, students and children). Tickets are on sale through the EMU box office at 487-2282 or to purchase tickets. Contact Amy at [email protected] with any questions.


One Comment on "Ann Arbor Symphony comes to Ypsilanti"

  1. Josh on Tue, 3rd Apr 2007 6:08 am 

    Clocktower to cock tower.

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