Tonight, the halls of the Detroit’s Orchestra Hall will be filled with the remarkable music of two iconic composers: Johannes Brahms and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The Oakland Symphony Orchestra’s final performance of the season takes place at the world-renowned concert hall, which is home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. The program begins with Brahms' idyllic Symphony No. 2, followed by Mozart's renowned Requiem, for which the OSO will joined by Oakland University faculty soloists and the Oakland University Symphony Chorus.
The Oakland University Symphony Chorus is made up of students, alumni, community members and for this concert, our very own OU alum, Heather Yanke Lunneberg! Heather was thrilled to be asked to join the choir under the baton of Dr. Michael Mitchell, Director of Choral Activities at OU and a dear friend. Heather has undergraduate and graduate degrees in Vocal Performance, and has sung regionally, nationally, and internationally, "but it's always nice to be back on the home field!"
Visit the event page to learn more and purchase tickets. It is sure to be a beautiful evening!