Skip to comments.Detroit Symphony offering series of free webcasts
Posted on 01/30/2012 6:29:10 AM PST by sitetest
DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Symphony Orchestra has launched a webcast player that will allow music lovers to enjoy an upcoming performance of Mozart's Horn Concerto No. 4 and other concerts online for free in the comfort of their homes.
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Here is the link to the DSO:
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Awesome, thank you!
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St. Louis Symphony has had “Live from Powell Hall” on the local npr for a few years now. It is a radio broadcast, but still a good one.
I am especially happy to learn that Detroit actually still HAS a Symphony orchestra!
Thanks for the link.
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Wow, that’d be great if I can get this laptop’s A/V output connected to my non-HD TV. Hopefully, all I need is an S-video cable. I have my old Jensens (pair of LS-6 on the mains + pair of LS-4 on the remotes) set up in the living room through a Sony A/V amp (no S-video). The beast in me could really use a taming.
Thanks so much!!!
Oy, you sound like hubby!
I tell him that if anything happens to him I’ll end up like his mom, carrying my transistor radio from room to room!
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