Since its first season in 1973-74, the Warren Symphony Society, Inc. has presented hundreds of concerts throughout southeastern Michigan. The Motor City Symphony Orchestra (MCSO) is a traditional orchestra, with strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion. Formerly known as the Warren Symphony, the orchestra changed names in 2014 to reflect its regional growth.
Over the years, many local and international soloists have appeared with the orchestra, such as Ani and Ida Kavafian, the Eisenhower Dance Ensemble, and popular attractions such as P.D.Q. Bach, Corky Siegel, and Robert Goulet.
The Motor City Symphony Orchestra’s educational programs feature an annual Youth Concert for thousands of youngsters, as well as numerous ensembles that perform in schools.
The regular concert season runs September through April.
On Sunday, April 29, the Motor City Symphony Orchestra presents pianist Julia Siciliano performing at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts.