Passport Destination 1
Sunday, October 4, 2015 at 3 p.m.
Orchestra Place Apartments
We’re kicking off our revamped Season 7 in style with a ’20s-themed afternoon of entertainment. First, we’ll help Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings launch its season at Orchestra Place Apartments in the heart of Midtown Detroit. DSO Principal Flute David Buck will lead us on a musical journey through Detroit’s Golden Age in an eclectic program inspired by the historic venue. Then, we’ll enjoy food, cocktails and live entertainment — all with a special ’20s flair.
RESERVE YOUR TICKET – Passport holders can reserve tickets using the link below
Reserve Your Ticket
Tickets will be picked up at the Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings Will Call table near the entrance to the concert. Pick up tickets by last name and mentioning DP2A.
If you are unable to attend on October 4, you can exchange your ticket for another Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings performance. Options are Holiday Brass on December 13 at 3:00 p.m. at the Grosse Pointe Memorial Church or Structurally Sound: evolveD on April 4, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. at the Carr Center
DP2A passport holders are invited to join us after the performance for a ’20s themed party in the Orchestra Place courtyard.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
Orchestra Place – Casgrain Hall is a high-rise apartment community located in Midtown. Look for the large “Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings Enter Here” sign.
100 Parsons St., Detroit
Parking is available along Parsons St. at meters and in the Orchestra Place Parking Structure across from the building for $7 cash.
WHAT TO WEAR
There is no specific dress code for this performance. DP2A suggests business casual. Feel free to add some ’20s flair!