4 I might go! Add to calendar 2013-01-21 2013-01-21 35 From Cass Corridor to the World: A Tribute to Detroit's Musical Golden Age at University Musical Society at Hill Auditorium On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, UMS and the U-M MLK Day Symposium celebrate the very unique relationship of the city of Detroit to the music it helped create and shape. Beginning with trumpeter and educator Gerald Wilson (a Cass Technical High School graduate) and continuing through the great Detroit artists and mentors who have sustained the music through the second half of the 20th century, Detroit continues to nurture and create international trends in contemporary music-making and songwriting. With world-renowned jazz pianist and Detroit native Geri Allen serving as music director and the D3 trio serving as house band, From Cass Corridor to the World musically narrates this spectacular and unique journey with celebrated Detroit artists. Hill Auditorium, 825 North University false DD/MM/YYYY 756 views

From Cass Corridor to the World: A Tribute to Detroit's Musical Golden Age at University Musical Society at Hill Auditorium

Where

Hill Auditorium
University Musical Society

825 North University
Ann Arbor, MI

When

Mon, January 21, 2013
7:30 pm

Tickets

$10

Musicians

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On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, UMS and the U-M MLK Day Symposium celebrate the very unique relationship of the city of Detroit to the music it helped create and shape. Beginning with trumpeter and educator Gerald Wilson (a Cass Technical High School graduate) and continuing through the great Detroit artists and mentors who have sustained the music through the second half of the 20th century, Detroit continues to nurture and create international trends in contemporary music-making and songwriting. With world-renowned jazz pianist and Detroit native Geri Allen serving as music director and the D3 trio serving as house band, From Cass Corridor to the World musically narrates this spectacular and unique journey with celebrated Detroit artists.

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