Redford Civic Symphony Orchestra

Andrew Lee Neer
music director

THANK YOU to our patrons for a wonderful 2016-17 season. The Redford Civic Symphony is proud to have provided the Redford Community with free orchestral performances for more than 60 years! Thank you to all those who have contributed to our success.

Hold on to your seats, we have an exciting season planned for 2017-18. We look forward to seeing you at one of our five concerts!

We look forward to seeing you at all of our concerts this season. We serve Redford and the surrounding communities with free live orchestral concerts. The season consists of 4 major concerts and a summer in the park concert, ALL FOR FREE!

The founders of the orchestra were committed to making the arts accessible to all. Upon this foundation, the current leadership has carried out the tradition of providing free concerts to Redford and surrounding communities for over 60 years. This legacy of founding music director Mr. John Gajec, will live on with the help of our generous supporters. Your contributions insure the orchestra's continued success into the future. The generosity of our individual and corporate sponsors has enabled the orchestra to provide dedicated service to the community. Learn how you can contribute to the community's success today!

Upcoming Concert:
Sunday October 15, 2017, 3:00 P.M.

  • Fall Concert

  • Location:

  • St. Robert Bellarmine Church
    27101 W Chicago
    Redford MI 48239
    Find it on the Map
  • Repertoire

  • Don Giovanni "Overture" (Mozart)
  • Danse Macabre (Saint-Saens)
  • Adagio for Strings (Barber)
  • The Phantom Regiment (Anderson)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean (Badelt, arr.Ricketts)
  • Night on Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky)




Current Concert Schedule

Fall Concert

Sunday October 15, 2017, 3:00 P.M.

  • Spring Concert

  • Location:

  • St. Robert Bellarmine Church
    27101 W Chicago
    Redford MI 48239
    Find it on the Map
  • Repertoire

  • Don Giovanni "Overture" (Mozart)
  • Danse Macabre (Saint-Saens)
  • Adagio for Strings (Barber)
  • The Phantom Regiment (Anderson)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean (Badelt, arr.Ricketts)
  • Night on Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky)


2017-2018 Full Schedule

Fall Concert
October 15, 2017, 3:00 P.M.
  • Location:
  • St. Robert Bellarmine Church
    27101 W Chicago
    Redford MI 48239
    Find it on the Map
  • Repertoire
  • Don Giovanni "Overture" (Mozart)
  • Danse Macabre (Saint-Saens)
  • Adagio for Strings (Barber)
  • The Phantom Regiment (Anderson)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean (Badelt, arr.Ricketts)
  • Night on Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky)
Holiday Concert
December 03, 2017, 3:00 P.M.

*** Join us for an afterglow and bake sale! ***

  • Location:
  • St. Paul's Presbyterian Church
    27475 Five Mile Road
    Livonia MI 48154
  • Repertoire
  • Seasonal favorites including selections from The Nutcracker Suite (Tchaikovsky)
Spring Concert
March 18, 2018, 3:00 P.M.
  • Location:
  • Covenant Community Church
    25800 Student St.
    Redford MI 48239
    Find it on the Map
  • Repertoire
  • Marche Slave (Tchaikovsky)
  • La Traviata "Prelude to Act III" (Verdi)
  • Concerto, Bassoon (Vivaldi)
    Solo Bassoon: Phelan Young
  • Symphony No.7 (Beethoven)
Jouney to the Stars
May 20, 2018, 3:00 P.M.
  • Location:
  • TO BE DETERMINED
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    REDFORD MICHIGAN
    Find it on the Map
  • Repertoire
  • Journey to the Stars
  • Hits from Star Wars, Harry Potter, The Planets, & many more!
Concert in the Park (on the lawn)
June XX, 2018, 7:00 P.M.
  • Location:
  • Redford Community Center
    12121 Hemingway
    Redford MI 48239
    Find it on the Map
  • Repertoire
  • Honor America
  • American hits, wear your colors!

Please check back periodically for updates on repertoire and soloists!

Past Season Archives

October 15, 2017, 3:00 P.M.
  • Fall Concert
  • Location:
  • St. Robert Bellarmine Church
    27101 W Chicago
    Redford MI 48239
    Find it on the Map
  • Repertoire
  • Don Giovanni "Overture" (Mozart)
  • Danse Macabre (Saint-Saens)
  • Adagio for Strings (Barber)
  • The Phantom Regiment (Anderson)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean (Badelt, arr.Ricketts)
  • Night on Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky)
December 03, 2017, 3:00 P.M.
  • Holiday Pops Concert
  • Location:
  • St. Paul's Presbyterian Church
    27475 Five Mile Road
    Livonia MI 48154
  • Repertoire
  • Peter and the Wolf (Prokofiev, Serge)
    Narrator: Patricia Mussin
  • Fingals Cave (Mendelssohn, Felix)
  • Quiet City (Copland, Aaron)
    Solo Trumpet: Paul Roache
    Solo English Horn: Patricia Prunty
  • The Star Spangled Banner (Zanninelli, Luigi - arr.)
  • American Salute (Gould, Morton)
March 18, 2018, 3:00 P.M.
  • Spring Concert
  • Location:
  • St. Robert Bellamine Church
    27101 W Chicago St
    Redford MI 48239
  • Repertoire
  • Peer Gynt Suite No.1 (Grieg)
  • Clarinet Concerto (Weber)
    Solo Clarinet: Colin Lord
  • Academic Festival Overture (Brahms)
  • Symphonie Fantastique, "March to the Scaffold" (Berlioz)
  • Voices of Spring (Strauss, J.)
  • The Sound of Music (Rogers / Hammerstein)
May 20, 2018, 3:00 P.M.
  • Journey to the Stars
  • Location:
  • St. Sabina Catholic Church
    25555 Ann Arbor Train
    Dearborn Heights MI 48127
  • Repertoire
  • Peter and the Wolf (Prokofiev)
    Narrator: Patricia Mussin
  • Fingals Cave (Mendelssohn)
  • Quiet City (Copland)
    Solo Trumpet: Paul Roache
    Solo English Horn: Patricia Prunty
  • The Star Spangled Banner (Zanninelli - arr.)
  • American Salute (Gould)
June XX, 2018, 7:00 P.M.
  • Journey to the Stars
  • Location:
  • St. Sabina Catholic Church
    25555 Ann Arbor Train
    Dearborn Heights MI 48127
  • Repertoire
  • Peter and the Wolf (Prokofiev)
    Narrator: Patricia Mussin
  • Fingals Cave (Mendelssohn)
  • Quiet City (Copland)
    Solo Trumpet: Paul Roache
    Solo English Horn: Patricia Prunty
  • The Star Spangled Banner (Zanninelli - arr.)
  • American Salute (Gould)
October 30, 2016, 3:00 P.M.
  • Fall Concert
  • Location:
  • St. Robert Bellamine Church
    27101 W Chicago St
    Redford MI 48239
  • Repertoire
  • Peter and the Wolf (Prokofiev, Serge)
    Narrator: Patricia Mussin
  • Fingals Cave (Mendelssohn, Felix)
  • Quiet City (Copland, Aaron)
    Solo Trumpet: Paul Roache
    Solo English Horn: Patricia Prunty
  • The Star Spangled Banner (Zanninelli, Luigi - arr.)
  • American Salute (Gould, Morton)
December 04, 2016, 3:00 P.M.
  • Holiday Concert
  • Location:
  • St. Paul's Presbyterian Church
    27475 Five Mile Road
    Livonia MI 48154
  • Repertoire
  • Peter and the Wolf (Prokofiev, Serge)
    Narrator: Patricia Mussin
  • Fingals Cave (Mendelssohn, Felix)
  • Quiet City (Copland, Aaron)
    Solo Trumpet: Paul Roache
    Solo English Horn: Patricia Prunty
  • The Star Spangled Banner (Zanninelli, Luigi - arr.)
  • American Salute (Gould, Morton)
March 12, 2017, 3:00 P.M.
  • Fall Concert
  • Location:
  • St. Robert Bellamine Church
    27101 W Chicago St
    Redford MI 48239
  • Repertoire
  • Peer Gynt Suite No.1 (Grieg)
  • Clarinet Concerto (Weber)
    Solo Clarinet: Colin Lord
  • Academic Festival Overture (Brahms)
  • Symphonie Fantastique, "March to the Scaffold" (Berlioz)
  • Voices of Spring (Strauss, J.)
  • The Sound of Music (Rogers / Hammerstein)
May 21, 2017, 3:00 P.M.
  • Season Finale
  • Location:
  • St. Sabina Catholic Church
    25555 Ann Arbor Train
    Dearborn Heights MI 48127
  • Repertoire
  • Peter and the Wolf (Prokofiev)
    Narrator: Patricia Mussin
  • Fingals Cave (Mendelssohn)
  • Quiet City (Copland)
    Solo Trumpet: Paul Roache
    Solo English Horn: Patricia Prunty
  • The Star Spangled Banner (Zanninelli - arr.)
  • American Salute (Gould)

REDFORD CIVIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

A community driven orchestra
Andrew Lee Neer, Music Director
OUR MISSION

Mission of the Orchestra goes here.

We greatly appreciate your interest in the Redford Civic Symphony Orchestra.

Please feel free to contact the appropriate department with any inquiries about how to get involved! Thank you again for stopping by. - RCSO Admin.

HISTORY OF THE RCSO

The Redford Civic Symphony, founded by John Gajec, has provided free concerts to the township of Redford and surrounding areas since 1967. In the infancy of the orchestra, the goal was to provide free, live orchestral concerts to enrich the surrounding communities. TO BE CONTINUED.

Music Director, Andrew Lee Neer

Andrew Lee Neer

American conductor, Andrew Neer, was born in Tucker, Georgia and currently resides in Grosse Pointe, Michigan with his wife, Mary Lynn. He is quickly becoming known for his dynamic and expressive conducting style. His focus has been to educate and expand appreciation of music. He believes that at the heart of everything, music is the soul of America.

He attended Central Michigan University (CMU) studying Composition, Trumpet and Music Theatre Performance. Following his time at CMU, he obtained two Master of Music degrees in Composition and Conducting, respectively. His compositional experience ranges from that of the art song to film scores.

In 2008, Mr. Neer began coursework for a Master of Music (MM) in Composition/Theory. While in his MM, he had the pleasure of working under the compositional instruction of Dr. James Hartway. In his work with Dr. Hartway, he refined his technique and built upon his "American" sound mixing atonality, serialism, and tonal music. While writing his thesis work for orchestra, Remember Us, he rekindled his passion for conducting and began pursuit of a second MM in Conducting. In his degrees, he studied with musicologist Dr. Eldonna May and Schenkerian Theorist Karl Braunschweig. He prepared choruses for Mozart's Requiem and Handel's Messiah. He also conducted the opera productions, including Mikado by Gilbert & Sullivan.

In 2013, he was invited to conduct Verdi's La Traviata for Michigan Opera Theatre’s community programs, receiving high acclaim. He always had a deep appreciation for opera; furthermore, this opportunity ignited a great passion and Mr. Neer has since led performances of Verdi's Rigoletto and Mozart's Cosi fan tutte in Metro-Detroit.

In early 2016, he embarked on an international conducting career, appearing with orchestras in Romania and Bulgaria. He has studied privately with orchestral conductor and mentor Kenneth Kiesler, choral conducting with Dr. Norah Duncan IV, and Douglas Bianchi (winds). He has been a clinician to schools and professional organizations in metropolitan Detroit.

Andrew Neer is honored to serve as the newly appointed Music Director/Conductor of the Redford Symphony Orchestra. He holds Master of Music degrees in Composition and Conducting from Wayne State University, Detroit MI. He is an active member of ASCAP, The Conductors Guild, League of American Orchestras, College Orchestra Directors Association (CODA), The Society of Composers International, and alumni to Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. He aspires to create new music and opportunities to share music with anyone who may not normally experience orchestral and opera repertoire.

Meet Our Musicians

For full biographies, please click on the "" icon, next to the player's name (* denotes pricipal)
Interested in joining? Please see our Auditions & Employemnt page for information on section vacancies.

Strings

  • Violin I:
  • Priscilla Marino, Concertmaster
  • Jerusha TaylorAssistant Concertmaster
    (Douglas MacQueen Chair)
  • Raj Birla
  • Sylvia Casterton
  • Charlene Chen
  • Noel Karrer
    (Thomas J. Frazho Chair)
  • Michael Khoury
  • Colby Orton
  • Annika Taylor
    (Julia Kurtyka Chair)
  • Maria Taylor
    (John & Mary Taylor Chair)
  • Violin II:
  • Martha Armantrout-Taylor *
  • Faith Demorest
  • Mary Jo Dreffs
  • Deanna Fries
  • Jennifer Lipson
  • Elizabeth Schmitt
  • Patricia Seibert
  • Valinda Vincent
    (James Joseph Vincent Chair)
  • Viola
  • Lisa Beatty *
  • Jennifer Forbes
  • Craig Mancuso
  • Michele Olind
  • Cello:
  • Jenny Miller *
  • Joey Miller
  • Bass
  • Judy MacQueen *
    (Ruth E Stelzner Chair)
  • Richard Boelter
  • Lauren Kenyon
    (Michael G Kenyon Chair)

Winds:

  • FLUTE:
  • Lori Bowman *
  • Diane Taglioli-Hura
  • Colleen Syverson

  • OBOE:
  • Patricia Prunty *
  • Kyle Johnson

  • CLARINET:
  • Alexa Fantin *
  • Dr. Eileen Pydyn
    (Donna and Arnold Wernette Chair)

  • BASSOON:
  • Ashley Bonner *

  • Horn:
  • Charity Bulgrien-Richards*
    (Bonnie R. Richards Chair)
  • Erin Taylor-Czerniak

  • Trumpet:
  • Paul Roache *
  • Walter Smith

  • Trombone:
  • David Pydyn *

  • Tuba:
  • W.D. Calhoun *

Percussion:

  • Timpani:
  • Alvin Dawson, Jr.

At times, musicians may move around within the section, depending on the work performed.

CONTACT

We would love to hear from you!

ADMINISTRATION:


Detroit, MI
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PERFORMANCE REQUESTS:


Detroit, MI
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AUDITIONS:


Detroit, MI
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Meet Our Staff

  • Personnel Manager: David Pydyn
  • Librarian: Mary Jo Dreffs

MEET OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Lisa Beatty

LISA BEATTY

Lisa has been an active member of the Redford Civic Symphony Orchestra since 2006 and joined the Board of Directors in 2009. She studied and played the viola for nearly thirty-five years and has performed as a regular member with several local orchestras, including the Birmingham Bloomfield Symphony, the Southfield Symphony, and the Livingston Symphony, and as a substitute violist with many other orchestras and ensembles.(click here for more)

Lisa's undergraduate degree is from the University of Michigan, where she played the tuba in the Michigan Marching Band, and she went on to earn a Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University School of Law. Lisa is now a full-time attorney living in Hartland with her husband Ron, their two children, and their Great Dane.

  • CURRENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS
  • Lisa H. Beatty, President
  • David Pydyn, President Emeritus
  • Dr. Eileen Pydyn, Treasurer
  • Raj Birla, Secretary
  • Jennifer Forbes
  • Eric Jones
  • Mike Khoury
  • Joan C. Reily
  • Valinda Vincent

INFORMATION & OPENINGS

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Redford Civic Symphony Orchestra rehearses on Thursday evenings from September through June. For information and openings in the orchestra, please find your instrument above, each tab will dictate the need and repertoire required for auditions.

In general, we work with many levels of ability ranging from students and amateurs to professionals. The goal of the orchestra is to provide enrichment and community through orchestral music (pops and classical). We look forward to hearing from you. If you are interested in auditioning please submit all materials / inquiries to our personnel manager

Thank you for your interest in the Redford Civic Symphony Orchestra!

ADMINISTRATIVE OPENINGS

GRANT EXECUTOR

The Redford Civic Symphony is searching for a qualified, professional, familiar with the art of grant writing to fulfil the role of Grant Executor. (click here for more)

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CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO)

The Redford Civic Symphony is searching for a qualified, professional, familiar with the inner workings of the finances of a Symphony. (click here for more)

Extended job description goes here.

VOLUNTEER WITH Redford Civic Symphony Orchestra

GREETERS

The Redford Civic Symphony is searching for music lovers to welcome our patrons as they enter the performance venues. . (click here for more)

We look forward to seeing your smiling faces!

USHERS

The Redford Civic Symphony is searching for volunteers to escort those in need to their seats and hand out programs to patrons of the orchestra. If you are interested in this role, please contact our administrative team.

FLUTE AUDITION

PDF / Printable

The Redford Civic Symphony is searching for two qualified professional musicians to fill the roles of Principal Flute and Section Flute. Both positions will consist of standard flute and piccolo repertoire. The following is the basic list of the excerpts required for the audition. In addition to the repertoire listed, please be prepared for a brief sightreading session.

Solo Repertoire
COMPOSER WORK EXCERPT
Rachmaninov, Sergi Piano Concerto No.2 Mvt 1, MM 215-75
Mvt 2, MM. 15-60
Orchestral Repertoire
COMPOSER WORK EXCERPT
Rachmaninov, Sergi Piano Concerto No.2 Mvt 1, MM 215-75
Mvt 2, MM. 15-60
Debussy, Claude Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun Beginning - [3]
Prokofiev, Sergi Peter and the Wolf, Op.67 [2] - [4]
Ravel, Maurice Bolero Beginning to Reherasal [1]

SECOND BASSOON AUDITION

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The Redford Civic Symphony is searching for one qualified musician to fill the role of Second Bassoon. The position will consist of the performance of literature from the standard repertory in addition to orchestral pops. The following is the basic list of the excerpts required for the audition. In addition to the repertoire listed, please be prepared for a brief sightreading session.

NOTE: Mvt = Movement // mm = measure numbers // brackets [ ] indicate rehearsal numbers

Solo Repertoire
COMPOSER WORK EXCERPT
Mozart Concerto in B-flat major, Bassoon, K.191 Mvt 1, Exposition
Orchestral Excerpts (first basssoon)
COMPOSER WORK EXCERPT
Beethoven Symphony No.4
Violin Concerto
Mvt.4, mm.15-25 & mm.184-193
Mvt.2, mm.20-30 & mm.134-158
Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique Mvt.4, mm.47-63
Stravinsky Le Sacre du Printemps Opening to [4]
Ravel, Maurice Bolero Solo after [2] through [3]

HORN AUDITIONS

The Redford Civic Symphony is searching for two qualified professional musicians to fill the roles of Principal Horn and one Section Horn. Both auditions will consist of standard horn repertoire. The following is the basic list of the excerpts required for the audition.

Amazon Smile & Kroger Rewards

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  • KROGER REWARDS - "HOW TO"
  • Conductor's Circle $500 or more
  • Major Contributor $250 or more
  • Chair Sponsor $150 or more
  • Sponsors $100 or more
  • Friend of the Symphony $50
  • Individual $25
  • Students and Seniors $15

A current List of our Donors can be viewed on our Donor Membership page. Help us spread the word by bringing friends and relatives to our concerts and expand our support base. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to seeing you at our concerts!

How you can make a difference

There are many ways you can contribute to the success of the Symphony. As our focus is to provide free concerts to the greater Redford community, we rely deeply on the generosity of our private and corporate benefactors. Unless directed otherwise, we will acknowledge your contributions in our concert programs and on this website. We will be happy to identify our corporate sponsors and encourage our concert-goers to patronize your places of business. If a lump sum contribution is not possible, we would be grateful to receive your contributions through instalments of your choosing.

The Redford Civic Symphony, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3), not-for-profit organization, contributions made to the orchestra are tax deductible within the limitations of the Tax code.

We invite you to click the "DONATE TODAY" button, above, and make a contribution today!

Operating Costs

The operating costs of the RCSO include music rentals and purchases, fees associated with performing music under copyright, liability insurance, professional musicians, advertising and printing.

CONCERT SPONSORSHIP

To sponsor/co-sponsor a concert, individuals and/or business groups contribute toward the cost of a specific concert. The cost of producing one concert is between $2,000 - $3,000. The variance depends on the number of professional musicians hired to fill empty seats, music rentals, venue fees and liability insurance. If you or your organization choose to sponsor / co-sponsor a concert, your name/organization will be on all publications. Contact our marketing department for more details.

CHAIR SPONSORSHIP / CO-SPONSORSHIP

If you are interested in sponsoring an orchestra chair ($150), your name / organization will be listed under that player’s name for the entire season.

  • MEMBERSHIP GUIDELINES
  • Conductor's Circle $500 or more
  • Major Contributor $250 or more
  • Chair Sponsor $150 or more
  • Sponsors $100 or more
  • Friend of the Symphony $50
  • Individual $25
  • Students and Seniors $15

A current List of our Donors can be viewed on our Donor Membership page. Help us spread the word by bringing friends and relatives to our concerts and expand our support base. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to seeing you at our concerts!

Current Members / Sponsorship

Thank you to our current member donors. To become a member donor, please visit our Donor Information page. We understand that everyone is in different walks of life. We thank you for your generosity and continued support!

Conductor's Ciricle
  • Kathleen Brang Capman
  • Michele Olind
Major Contributor
  • Deanna & Wayne Lee
  • Eileen & David Pydyn
  • Frederick G. Sklepowich
  • Martha & Richard Taylor
Chair Sponsorship
  • Thomas J. Frazho by Noel M. Karrer
  • John Gajec by David & Eileen Pydyn
  • Ida Kasil by Donna G. Asher
  • Dr. Annetta Kelly by Dr. Annetta Kelly Estate
  • Michael G. Kenyon by Lauren Kenyon
  • Julia Kurtyka by Martha & Richard Taylor
  • Douglas MacQueen by Family & Friends, Martha & Richard Taylor
  • Bonnie R. Richards by Charity Bulgrien Richards
  • Ruth E Stezner by Judy MacQueen
  • John & Mary Taylor by Maria Taylor
  • James Joseph Vincent by Valinda Vincent
  • Donna & Arnold Wernette by David & Eileen Pydyn
Sponsors
  • James L. Andrews
  • Debbie & Tom Beresford
  • Raj Birla
  • The Birmingham Musicale
  • Richard & Sarah Boelter
  • Charles R. Step Funeral Home
  • Owen & Ruth Cummings
  • Mary Jo Dreffs
  • Michael G. Kenyon
  • Jacalyn F. Largent-Bolton
  • Rosemary Lescanec
  • Mark & Susan Lindman
  • Michael & Judy Lipson
  • Judith MacQueen
  • Benny & Claire Moon & Family
  • Joe & Pat Mussin
  • James Arnold Press
  • The Rossi Family
  • Johanne M. Schaefer
  • Elizabeth L. Schmitt
  • Pat & Skip Seibert
  • Eric Tapler
  • John & Mary Taylor
  • Venice II Steel Rule Die Co, inc.
  • Valinda L. Vincent
  • Lillian & George Vitarelli
Friend of the Symphony
  • Xiaoling Chen
  • Paula & Ronald Cruickshank
  • Marilyn S. Kornmesser
  • Patrick & Betsy McRae
  • Jenny & James Miller
  • Gene & Marilyn Syverson
  • Peggy & Francis Schorr
  • Concetta Taglioli & Family
  • Colin & Cassandra Taylor
  • Margaret J. Van Haaren
  • Karen B. Werner
Individual
  • Garth J. Christie
  • Geraldine V. Green
  • Patricia Ann Hope
  • June Roddy
  • Paul Stein
  • Colleen M. Syverson
  • Rose Wadrzyk
  • Delphine A. Wojciechowski
Seniors & Students
  • James & Carol Anderson
  • Sandra & David Baranski
  • Sandy Baranski
  • Ramiro & Isabel Bouzas
  • Patrica M. DiBlasi
  • Fran Green
  • Gwendolyn & Dennis Krestel
  • Robert C. Meissner
  • Marguerite Paquette
  • Roy Pauli
  • Lin Poy
  • Joan Reilly
  • Christine A. Roznowski
  • Jessie Stormback
  • Jane T Wojtan
  • Reva & Albert Wujcik
In Memory of Douglas MacQueen
  • Richard & Tressy Anderson
  • Harry & Priscilla Basehart
  • Anthony E. Block-Belmonte
  • Raj Birla
  • Annabelle Detter
  • Fifth Michigan Regiment Band
  • Roy & Fran Hawthorne
  • Dixie & Walter Heck
  • J. W. & D.J. Horner
  • Eugene & Barbara Kerwin
  • Lori & Richard Klotz
  • Charles & Marilyn Kramer
  • James & Doris Krier
  • David MacQueen
  • Joseph & Patricia Mussin
  • Orchard Lake Philharmonic Society
  • David & Eileen Pydyn
  • Charity & Ryan Richards
  • Dave & Cathy Robinson
  • Carol Grace Smith
  • Michael Stack
  • St. Valentine's Choir
  • Jean A. Wank
  • Julie & Paul Witkowski
In Memory of Carol Gilders
  • Paula & Ron Cruickshank
  • Eileen & David Pydyn

Corporate Sponsors

Thank you to our current corporate sponsors. To become a corporate donor, please visit our Donor Information page. Is your organization looking for ways to give back to their community? Look no further than your very own Redford Civic Symphony Orchestra. With an ever growing following, we are making great strides to bring the communities together through orchestral music. Please contact our donations department for more information on how YOUR organization can make the difference.

Major Corporate Donors
  • DTE Energy Foundation