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Flint Symphony Orchestra - Diemecke, Korngold, & Brahms

Presented by Flint Institute of Music at The Whiting, Flint MI

Nov 12 2022
Flint Symphony Orchestra - Diemecke, Korngold, & Brahms

Flint Symphony Orchestra concert featuring Enrique Diemecke, Music Director & Conductor and Pablo Diemecke violin

Diemecke, Korngold, & Brahms
7:30PM | WHITING AUDITORIUM 

Enrique Diemecke, Music Director & Conductor
Pablo Diemecke violin

ENRIQUE DIEMECKE  Die-Sir-E
ERICH WOLFGANG KORNGOLD Violin Concerto, op.35, D Major
JOHANNES BRAHMS Symphony #4, op.98, E minor

Die-Sir-E, composed by FSO’s own Enrique Diemecke, is a fun and interactive piece utilizing every orchestra instrument, the conductor and even the audience! This piece was commissioned by Radio France Festival for the World Cup Final

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ADMISSION INFO

Contact: 810-237-7333

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

Additional time info:

Inside the Music
6:30pm at Whiting Auditorium
Guest Speaker: Dr. Katherine Kilburn
(Leslie DeShazor is unable to join us as originally scheduled.)
Free to all ticket holders

 

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

The Whiting

1241 E. Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48503

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PARKING INFO

Free parking is available for all performances in any surface lot on the Flint Cultural Center campus.

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