DSO to air international broadcast debut of ‘Final Alice’


(DETROIT, February 29, 2012)–With the next episode of “Live from Orchestra Hall,” the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) will air the international broadcast debut of David Del Tredici’s “Final Alice” on Saturday, March 3 at 7:50 p.m. This weekend’s live episode will feature soprano Hila Plitmann singing “Final Alice” and WDET radio personality Craig Fahle narrating “Peter and the Wolf,” with Music Director Leonard

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Slatkin conducting.

“Live From Orchestra Hall” has been viewed by more than 60,000 viewers in more than 40 countries. A group of DSO and DPTV supporters in Florida will watch the concert in HD on the big screen from Silverspot Theatre in Naples, Florida as part of the DSO’s first satellite transmission of a Live from Orchestra Hall webcast.

The concert will air in its entirety on Saturday, Mar. 3 at 7:50 p.m., complete with host Alex Trajano presenting pre-concert and intermission features. The special guests this week include Maestro Slatkin, composer David Del Tredici, Detroit restaurateur Larry Mongo, and more!

All DSO webcasts are viewable online and on mobile devices at www.dso.org/live and through the DSO to Go app for iPhone and Android devices. To download the free app, search “Detroit Symphony” in the app store. Add future webcasts to your online calendar with just the click of a button, dim the lights for a more optimal viewing experience and interact with fellow audience members using the hashtag #DSOLive with the new interactive webplayer.

“Live From Orchestra Hall,” presented by the Ford Motor Company Fund, is one of three new digital initiatives the DSO is introducing this season. Also new to the orchestra’s digital repertoire are DSO To Go, a free mobile app, and the DSO’s first downloadable, digital album produced in-house. These initiatives are made possible by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.


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