Detroit Public TV presents the DSO Live from Orchestra Hall

About Live from Orchestra Hall

League of American Orchestras The DSO launched Live from Orchestra Hall webcast series in 2011 becoming the first orchestra in the world to offer a series of free live webcasts for a global audience. Since then Live from Orchestra Hall expanded to include mobile viewing via the DSO to Go mobile app for iOS and Android devices; partnerships with the world’s top classical streaming sites, and a series of digital-only albums available for download. Learn more about the DSO on their website www.dso.org.

Watch Live >

 

Watch Live on your TV

If you have a Roku device, you can watch the stream LIVE on your TV through the Livestream App. Learn more about Roku and about Livestream.com.

Detroit Performs Tuesdays 7:30pm ET

Detroit Performs

Tuesdays on Detroit Public TV 7:30pm ET

Detroit Performs, a production of Detroit Public TV connects you with artists and events that make our region a great place to live. Watch Detroit Performs Tuesdays at 7:30 pm ET on WTVS Detroit Public TV and discover events, share experiences, and watch past episodes on DetroitPerforms.org. Read the latest news from Detroit Performs.

Featured Posts from DetroitPerforms.org

Ling-Ju Lai @ Scarab Club

The Scarab Club presents pianist Ling-Ju Lai in a recital concert on Sunday, Dec. 16. The performance begins at 2 p...

The End of Poletown

PBS NewsHour visited the Motor City for a special report on the closing of the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant and...

Sounds of the Season

Motor City Brass Band with special guests Madrigal Chorale present Sounds of the Season. The concert performance is...

Tony Bennett & Diana Krall: Love Is Here to Stay

Tonight on PBS Great Performances, vocalists Tony Bennett and Diana Krall honor George and Ira Gershwin with...

Arts programming on Detroit Public TV – Week of December 9

Here are the arts culture programs airing on Detroit Public TV December 9-15, 2018 Engelbert Humperdinck in Hawaii –...

SLC-Arts.jpg

Fifth Third Bank supports Detroit Public TV's Arts and Culture Programming