• We often travel on our own time and own dime. When we receive complimentary products, services, or accommodations as a result of our blogging activities, we will disclose that at the time we write about it. Midwest Guest is a member of ad affiliate programs and networks. If you click through the affiliate links or ads from here and purchase something from one of our affiliate partners, we receive a small commission. This income helps us pay for our blogging expenses and Midwest travel.


  • Thumbs up!

  • View Dominique King's profile on LinkedIn


  • Travel Blog Sites - Site of the Day
    As chosen by TravelPod
    the web’s original travel blog

« Aisle Seat | Main | Photo Friday »

November 13, 2008


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

kat calvin

I love that they're doing the 37/11 thing! If I wasn't a law student I would sign up... Great post!


The DSO does a few free performances each year. I know they were out at the metroparks (Stony and Kensington) in the Detroit area doing free concerts in the past. They've also performed at the Concert of Colors the past couple of years (and that's a free festival).

I do love that the DSO has really made a concerted effort to present different types of music and appeal to a larger audience. As I said on another forum, it's not your grandparents' symphony...there's something for everyone!

Rachel Burton

I've always wanted to go to the DSO, and that Concert of Colors looks really cool. Thanks for the great article!


The Concert of Colors is a must-do if you love music...especially a variety different types of music. We've discovered so many musical artists at the CofC that we would never otherwise heard. I always come away with at least one CD from the festival each year...and usually more!
I'll blog about the fest next summer f'sure.


Hi Kat - no reason you can't sign up as a law student for 37/11. As long as you are between 18 and 37, you are welcome. The launch party this saturday night is going to be a lot of fun, so definitely check it out. Also, all students, regardless of age, can get $5 tickets to DSO concerts through the end of November for only $5, so definitely take advantage of that, as well.

BTW, Dominique, from the folks here at the DSO, thank you for a great post.




Thanks go to the DSO for giving us some great musical memories!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Become a Fan

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter
    Blog powered by Typepad