Birmingham Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra
Last week, the Birmingham Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra was here at the conservatory playing their “Mozart In Glass” concert last week. The event was breathtaking. Having a full symphony playing amidst the foliage and under the glass night sky created full rich sounds that we rarely get to hear at Planterra.
It was a packed house and community members enjoyed a relaxing evening with music, drinks and desserts.
If you missed this concert, don’t worry! The DSO is coming to Planterra next month with a thought provoking program created around the new novel from Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven.
“Be a part of this unique collaboration between the DSO, Planterra and the Michigan Humanities Council! Join us for an evening of chamber music and spoken word in the lush environment of Planterra. A DSO string quartet performs works you help select and author Emily St. John Mandel reads excerpts of her novel Station Eleven. Just as the characters in Station Eleven choose what music and theater they must preserve for humanity, you tell us what chamber music you cherish most. Purchase the book from your local bookseller and check here for the final program! Click here to suggest a piece.”
-taken from the DSO
Tickets are only $15 for general admission and $30 for VIP tickets which include a drink ticket and preferred seating.
Join us under the stars at the conservatory for a wonderful night of music!