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Arts, Local Connections
Malt recently brought his unique brand of urban, or street art to downtown Birmingham as part of Toast's Art Garden project.
Detroit graffiti and urban artist Malt brings his talents to Franklin as part of the village's first-ever mural project.
The works created this year by the next generation of promising artists will be on display Sunday afternoon.
Also happening in and around Bloomfield this weekend: Robert Hurst, the Gryphon Trio perform, and author Charlie LeDuff talks Detroit.
“So often we uncover children with an exceptional love of music and talent—from private, parochial, and home schools to more than 25 public school districts," said OYO Executive Director Joanne Walley
Share your first concert and win tickets to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on Thursday in Southfield.
The world-renowned violinist and once child prodigy offered valuable advice to members of the Andover High School orchestra.
His music is described as "progressive, high-octane Jewish rock." See for yourself this weekend in Bloomfield Township.
“If there hadn’t been a music program in my public schools, I would not be where I am today," the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member tells Congress.
Both the Birmingham-Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Soloists of Detroit — including special guests — will perform at Birmingham Unitarian Church this weekend.
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