This March, don't miss new musical compositions, the launch of new lecture series, and a new music festival!
March 3, Classical Roots presented by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
This year's annual Classical Roots Celebration includes an original composition by DSO Erb Creative Jazz Chair Terence Blanchard in conjunction with the Detroit 67 Project.
March 3-4, Recognizing Women Project 2017 Dance Performance at The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Kick off Women's History Month with performances from nathantrice/RITUALS dance theater.
March 4, Eisenhower Dance, State Street Ballet and ezdanza: "Common Ground" at the Detroit Opera House
Santa Barbara’s State Street Ballet, Montreal’s ezdanza and Metro Detroit’s own Eisenhower Dance company come together for the original composotion "Common Ground," which will be one of Eisenhower Dance's final performances under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director Laurie Eisenhower, who retires at the end of this season.
March 9, Artist Talks: Mike McGillis at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
Presented by Essay'd, these monthly artist talks feature local artists through November at the BBAC and Anton Art Center.
March 11-12, Little Women Opera at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts
Michigan Opera Theatre presents an opera of the beloved Louisa May Alcott novel.
March 18-19 Cuisine & Confessions at Music Hall
Food and acrobatics meet when Montreal-based circus company Les 7 doigts de la main presents their new show that all takes place in the kitchen.
March 18, Wildlife Conservation Gala at the Detroit Zoo
Learn about the zoo's conservation efforts at this black-tie affair.
March 18, Kimberly Bryant, Founder of Black Girls CODE at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation
The first of the Innovation Speaker Series, hear the personal story of a woman who introduces young women of color to technology and computer science.
March 23-26, JCC Ethan & Gretchen Davidson Music Festival at The Berman
Performers at this new festival include Ester Rada, GOLEM and Nefesh Mountain.
March 24, New Americans: American Choral Music Today presented by Rackham Choir
Listen to American choral works featuring oDetroit composers Russell Miller and David DiChiera.