On July 18th, Lynne will appear with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at the “Concert of Colors” festival. Under the direction of Maestro Tito Munoz, the DSO will perform several works with oud soloist Simon Shaheen.
This is a free event at Orchestra Hall in Detroit.
For more information about the festival, visit the 2010 Concert of Colors website at http://www.concertofcolors.com/
Specific information about this event can be found at http://accfea.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=mainstage#simonshaheen
Once again, the Michigan Sinfonietta will accompany the Plymouth Oratorio Society for a springtime concert of chorus and orchestra. This year’s program includes:
- Misericordias Domini by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Johann Pachelbel’s Magnificat in C
- settings of Psalm 86 and Psalm 148 by Gustav Holst
The concert will take place at the First United Methodist Church in Plymouth at 4501 N. Territorial Road, just west of Sheldon.
Admission is free.
The Windsor Symphony Orchestra presents a concert of music from the big screen on April 18 and 19. Lynne will join the orchestra as guest Principal Oboe.
Lead by Music Director John Morris Russell, this concert will feature host Michael Richard Plowman, who has written music for films, television, and video games.
The concert will include works by Plowman and fellow movie composer John Williams, including music from Jaws, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, and Schindler’s List.
Both concerts will be held at the Chrysler Theatre in Windsor. For tickets and concert information, visit the Windsor Symphony website at http://www.windsorsymphony.com/season/pops508-09.html
The Windsor Symphony Orchestra presents another series of concerts featuring three terrific pieces from the classical period.
Lynne will join the orchestra as guest Principal Oboe on Haydn’s Symphony No. 59 (The Fire),
as well as the Mozart Oboe Concerto, featuring soloist Graham Mackenzie, Principal Oboist of the WSO.
The orchestra will also perform Haydn’s Symphony No. 49, titled La Passione.
Concerts will be held at:
For tickets, directions, and more information, visit the Windsor Symphony website at http://www.windsorsymphony.com
On March 1st, Lynne will perform several works by J.S. Bach in a concert at First Presbyterian Church of Northville. Conducted by Dr. Darlene Kuperus, this concert features the Northville Concert Choir, several outstanding vocal soloists, and the Michigan Sinfonietta. Featured music includes selections from Cantata 80, Cantata 35, Cantata 147, Orchestral Suite #3, and Magnificat. Lynne’s husband Mark Flegg is also a featured soloist with soprano Karen Roberts on selections from Cantata 51.
First Presbyterian Church is located on Main Street, just east of Center Street in downtown Northville. For more information, including tickets and directions, visit the website of First Presbyterian Church of Northville at http://www.firstpresnville.org/.
As part of the Windsor Canadian Music Festival, Lynne will join members of the Windsor Symphony to present several new works in two different programs.
On February 28th at 7:30pm, the Windsor Symphony will present a concert featuring the world premieres of new compositions by Canadians Shelley Marwood and Michael Richard Plowman along with the international premieres of compositions by American composers Kristin Kuster and Eric Santos.
On March 1st at 2:00pm, Lynne will participate in a Conductor/Composer Workshop, reading new works by emerging composers.
For more information about these concerts, including ticket information, visit the Windsor Canadian Music Festival website at http://www.windsorsymphony.com/wcmf/index.html
Christ Church Cranbrook continues their annual tradition of presenting a February concert of cantatas written by Johann Sebastian Bach. Lynne will perform with the Baroque Festival Orchestra, accompanying the chorus and soloists in presenting:
Lynne will join the Windsor Symphony Orchestra as guest Principal Oboe for their first Intimate Classics Concert of 2009. With the Windsor Classic Chorale, the orchestra will perform Henry Purcell’s masterpiece Ode to St. Cecilia. Also on the program is Handel’s Coronation Anthem #2.
Maestro John Morris Russell will lead the performances, which feature vocal soloists Peggy Dwyer (soprano), Elsie Inselman (alto), Catherine McKeever (alto), Robert Voelker (tenor), and Kevin McMillan (bass-baritone). The concerts will take place at: