Live at First

Live @ First 2017
A Classical Concert Series

Live@First is great classical music. It’s gutsy artists. Unrestrained expression. Thrilling interpretations of the classics and enthralling new creations. It’s artists straight from the great performance halls of the world and artists that are about to take the world by storm. There’s no frills and no dress code…just great music and powerful performances.

peter_bandoneon_loresSOAVE SOIRÉE
Saturday, February 11 at  7:30 p.m.

In association with the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings (DCWS), the Live@First Concert Series is proud to present international accordionist, Peter Soave, recognized worldwide as the foremost master of bandoneon and concert accordion. Join us in Fellowship Hall for an evening party. Members of DCWS will accompany Peter Soave.
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SPRING OPERA GALA CONCERT
Saturday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m.
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IMG_7087_copyThe Sanctuary will come alive with the magical sounds of opera, operetta, and even some classic Broadway tunes. Baritone Stephen Hartley (Barber of Seville, La Boheme) returns to Live@First along with five more professional singers, including Katrina Van Maanen and tenor, Drake Dantzler. Put on your fancy duds and join us for the show and a pre-concert dinner party! You may purchase tickets for only the concert, as well.

homepicMICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY MEN’S GLEE CLUB
Saturday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Once called the Singing Statesmen, the MSU Men’s Glee Club represents one of the oldest organizations on campus. Live@First is excited to present the Glee Club in our Sanctuary for the first time! Join director Jonathan Reed and the Men’s Glee Club for an evening of wonderful choral music.

Doris HallDORIS HALL AND FRIENDS
Saturday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Birmingham First organist Doris Hall presents an evening of classic organ music. She will also be joined by some of Metro Detroit’s finest solo instrumentalists. An evening not to be missed!

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For more information, please contact Jim Wilson, Music Department