- Veteran Detroit hip-hop artist Deidre D.S. Sense paired her latest album “Copper St. Chrysalis” with what she called her Quarantine Concert Series. The three-part video series starting with “A walk in the Park” was meant to get people moving wherever they are and remind them that even if we’re alone we still need to go out into the world and take a walk in the park to reconnect with ourselves and feel a little better.
- Asbury Park is a street on Detroit’s westside. It’s also the title of a new movie by local filmmaker, Ken “Legend” Williams. The film looks at mental illness, police brutality and other complex issues faced by young people in the inner city. Williams provided an opportunity for Detroit youth to appear in the movie.
- Christy McDonald talks with Vice President and General Manager of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Erik Ronmark about their plans to have audiences back in orchestra hall for the new season.
- Performance: Sphinx Junior Division Winner – Violinist Amaryn Olmeda performs – Mozart – Concerto for Violin No. 3 in G Major “Strassburg”
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