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17 THU • MUSIC DSO with James Carter Sax sensation James Carter is no stranger to this stage, but sharing it with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra is a first. Composer Roberto Sierra, whose works have been performed by numerous orchestras and chamber groups including the Kronos Quartet, has written up a saxophone concerto for the occasion, and if he can reflect the full range of both Carter and the orchestra, this will be one tour de force. Orchestra Hall is at 3711 Woodward, Detroit; call 313-576-5111.

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