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Spoken word artist, La Shaun phoenix Moore hosts an evening featuring Detroit’s finest poets, along with DJ Stacye J. There will also be an acoustic set by New York-born, Newark-raised singer and songwriter, Peter Collins, who is making his Detroit debut.      
The DSO Sosnick Courtyard transforms into an all day pop-up arcade for Video Games Live with the DSO! Rock out on Guitar Hero and enjoy free play on retro video games like Frogger, Super Mario, Space Invaders, X-Men and Donkey Kong in an air-conditioned tent right outside Orchestra Hall. A...
Back by popular demand, Storm Large delivers American songbook classics, Broadway tear-jerkers and rock goddess anthems. She may appear to be a six-foot tattooed Vargas pin-up girl, but with a voice that goes from a velvety purr to a mighty Valkyrie in a single phrase, Ms. Large is a...
Join us for an immersive music and dance experience to celebrate the legacy of famed Nigerian Afrobeat creator, Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Musical director and percussionist, Frank Moka, teams up with writer/director, Iv Amenti, to re-create Fela's unforgettable fusion of traditional African rhythms, funk and jazz. Everybody say Yeah, Yeah!
Known for their intricate partnering, thought-provoking details and unrestricted vision, Detroit-based professional modern dance company, Take Root, makes their return to The Cube with a unique program featuring live music and the premiere of two new works.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy live music and food in the DSO Sosnick Courtyard. Musical performances and entertainment include the following: NPR Tiny Desk Contest  Ismael & The Earth Island Drummers with special Guest Lana Mini's Oriental Dancers Will Sessions with The Dames  This event is free...