Kresge Library

Meadow Brook Music Festival Programs


Links in the table above provide access to selected content from the Meadow Brook Festival programs. Advertisements and program notes were not included. The items were scanned by Shirley Paquette with the help of several Oakland University Department of English students completing internships at the University Archives. Listed below is a chronological list of the performers and performances at the Festival. .

1964  
July 23, 24, 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gordon Staples, violin. Italo Babini, violoncello.
July 30, Aug. 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Mary Costa, soprano.
August 6, 7, 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Sixten Ehrling, piano.
August 13, 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Leonard Pennario, piano.
August 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor.

1965  
July 8, 9, 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Isaac Stern, violin.
July 15, 16, 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Phyllis Curtin, soprano.
July 22, 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Claudio Arrau, piano.
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Claudio Arrau, piano. Mischa Kottler, piano.
July 29, 30, 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Robert Shaw, conductor.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Robert Shaw, conductor. Mischa Mischakoff, violin.
August 5, 6, 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Sylvi Lin, piano.
Aug. 12, 13, 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Jerome Hines, bass.

1966  
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Henryk Szeryng, violin.
July 1, 2, 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Henryk Szeryng, violin.
July 9, 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, condcctor. Maureen Forrester, contralto.
July 14, 15, 16, 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Robert Shaw, conductor. Van Cliburn, piano.
July 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Isaac Stern, violin.
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
July 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Leonard Rose, violoncello.
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Isaac Stern, violin.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Leonard Rose, violoncello.
July 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Isaac Stern, violin.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
August 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Leonard Rose, violoncello.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Isaac Stern, violin
August 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano. Isaac Stern, violin, Leonard Rose, violoncello
August 11, 12, Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Robert Shaw, conductor. Charlene Peterson, Doralene McNelly Davis, sopranos. Florence Kopleff, contralto. Seth McCoy, tenor. Ara Berberian, bass. The Meadow Brook School of Music Youth Chorus.
August 13, 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Robert Shaw, conductor. Ella Lee, soprano. John McCollum, tenor. Raimund Herincx, bass-baritone. The Meadow Brook School of Music Meadow Brook Chorus & The Boys Choir of Christ Church, Gross Point.
August 16, 18, 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Robert Shaw / Sixten Shrling, conductor. Ara Berberian, bass. The Meadow Brook School of Music Meadow Brook Chorus.

1967  
June 29, 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Misha Dichter, piano.
July 1,2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Misha Dichter, piano.
July 6, 7, 8, 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. James Oliver Buswell IV, violin.
July 13, 14, 15, 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Hiroyuki Iwaki, guest conductor. Jane Marsh, soprano.
July 20, 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Van Cliburn, piano. Allen chase, trombone.
July 22, 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Van Cliburn, piano. Gordon Staples, violin.
July 27, 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Charles Munch, guest conductor.
July 29, 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Charles Munch, guest conductor. Nicole Henriot-Schweitzer, piano.
August 3, 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Robert Shaw, conductor. Janice Harsanyi, soprano. Florence Kopleff, contralto. John McCollum, John Humphrey, tenors. Yi-Kwei Sze, Thomas Paul, bass. The Meadow Brook School of Music Chorus.
August 5, 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violin.
August 10, 11, 12, 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano.
August 17, 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor.Jan Peerce, tenor. Arthur Krehbiel, French horn
August 19, 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor.Jan Peerce, tenor.

1968  
June 27, 28, 29, 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Camilla Wicks, violin.
July 4, 5, 6, 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano
July 11, 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, guest conductor. Eugene List, piano.
July 13, 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, guest conductor. Judith Raskin, soprano.
July 18, 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Anna Moffo, soprano.
July 20, 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Philippe Entremont, piano.
July 25, 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Leonard Rose, cello
July 27, 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Alexis Weissenberg, piano.
July 30, 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. American Ballet Theatre.
August 1, 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. American Ballet Theatre.
August 8, 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Philippe Entremont, piano.
August 10, 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Anna Moffo, soprano.
August 15, 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Edith Peinemann, violin.
August 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gregor Piatigorsky, cello. Nathan Gordon, viola
August 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Mischa Mischakoff, violin. Gregor Piatigorsky, cello.

1969  
July 3, 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Van Cliburn, piano.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Cynthia Raim, piano.
July 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Van Cliburn, piano.
July 10,11,12,13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violin.
July 17, 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Myung-Wha-chung, cello.
July 19, 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Maurizio Pollini, piano.
July 24, 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Henry Lewis, guest conductor. Marilyn Horne, soprano.
July 26, 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Roger Wagner, guest conductor. Nancy Tatum, soprano. John McCollum, tenor. Nedda Casei, mezzo-soprano. Thomas Paul, bass. The Meadow Brook School of Music Chorus.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano.
Aug. 1, 2, 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano.
August 5 - 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. American Ballet Theatre.
August 14, 15, 16, 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Julius Rudel, guest conductor. Michael Rabin, violin.
August 21, 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Geza Anda, piano
August 23, 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor.Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano.
August 28, 29 New York Philharmonic. Karel Ancerl, conductor. Bryon Janis, piano.
August 30, 31 New York Philharmonic. Seiji Ozawa, conductor. Andre Watts, piano.

1970  
June 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gary Graffman, piano.
June 26 Sarah Vaughan. Les Elgart Orchestra.
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gary Graffman, piano.
June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Arthur Fiedler, conductor. The Paratore Brothers, duo pianists.
July 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Janos Starker, cello
July 3 Ramsey Lewis.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Beverly Sills, soprano.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Meredith Willson, conductor.
July 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano.
July 10 Nina Simone. Clark Terry Quartet.
July 11, 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano.
July 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Christa Ludwig, mezzo soprano.
July 17 Herbie Mann Quartet. Modern Jazz Quartet.
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Christa Ludwig, mezzo soprano.
July 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor.Mattiwilda Dobbs, soprano. William Justus, baritone.
July 23, 24, 25, 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. American Ballet Company
July 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Previn, conductor. Jeanne-Marie Darre, piano.
July 31 Al Hirt, with Pee Wee and the Young Set.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Previn, conductor. Jeanne-Marie Darre, piano.
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Everett Lee, conductor. Yusef Lateef Quartet.
August 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Antal Dorati, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violin.
August 7 The Guess Who.
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Antal Dorati, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violin.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Antal Dorati, conductor. Gyorgy Sandor, piano.
August 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Peter Serkin, piano.
August 14 Buffy Sainte-Marie. The Open Window.
August 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Peter Serkin, piano.
August 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Arthur Fiedler, conductor. Gordon Staples, violin.

1971  
June 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Andre Watts, piano.
June 25 Roger Williams. Primo People.
June 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Andre Watts, piano.
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Freeman, conductor. Chet Atkins, guitar.
June 30 B.B. King. The Patterson Singers.
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Richard Tucker, tenor.
July 2 Erroll Garner.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Richard Tucker, tenor.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Skitch Henderson, conductor. Chi-Fun Lee, piano.
July 7 John Sebastian. Podipto.
July 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano.
July 9 Ella Fitzgerald.
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano.
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Arthur Fielder, conductor. Shelfon Shkolnik, piano.
July 14 Poco. Jerry Riopelle.
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Previn, conductor. Gervase de Peyer, clarinet.
July 16 Duke Ellington and his orchestra.
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Previn, conductor. Barry Tuckwell, French horn.
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor.
July 21 Judy Collins.
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Pinchas Zukerman, violin.
July 23 Thelonious Monk. Anita O'Day. The Newport Jazz Festival All Stars.
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Pinchas Zukerman, violin.
July 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Skitch Henderson, conductor and solo piano.
July 28 Stevie Wonder.
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Leonard Rose, cello.
July 30 Dave Brubek with Gerry Mulligan.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Rosalyn Tureck, piano.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Pierre Hetu, conductor. Carlos Montoya, Flamenco guitar.
August 4 Herbie Mann. Air
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Hans Schwieger, conductor.
August 6 Pete Fountain.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Hans Schwieger, conductor.
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Meredith Willson, conductor.
August 11, 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Royal Winnipeg Ballet
August 13 John Gary
August 14, 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Royal Winnipeg Ballet

1972  
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violin.
June 30 Doc Severinsen and his Now Generation B rass with Today's Children.
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violin.
July 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Arthur Fieldler, conductor. Joann Freeman, piano.
July 6 Pennsylvania Ballet. Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
July 7 Mel Torme with Woody Herman and his Young Thundering Herd.
July 8, 9 Pennsylvania Ballet. Detroit Symphony Orchestra
July 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
July 14 Ray Charles.
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano. Whittemore & Lowe, duo pianos.
July 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor.
July 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Whittemore & Lowe, duo pianos.
July 21 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Whittemore & Lowe, duo pianos.
July 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Freeman, conductor. Phyllis Diller, piano.
July 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Alfred Brendel, piano.
July 28 Peter Nero and his Trio.
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Alfred Brendel, piano.
July 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Skitch Henderson, piano soloist and conductor.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor.
August 4 Ferrante & Teicher, duo pianos.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor.
August 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Moores, conductor. "The world of Gilbert & Sullivan"
August 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aaron Copland, conductor.
August 11 Count Basie and his Orchestra.
August 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aaron Copland, conductor. William Justus, baritone.
August 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Meredith Willson, conductor.
August 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Bruno Maderna, conductor. Jerome Hines, bass.
August 18 Pete Fountain.
August 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Bruno Maderna, conductor. Earl Wild, piano.
August 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Arthur Fiedler, conductor. Rita Reichman, piano.
August 24 New York Philharmonic. Erich Leinsdorf, conductor. Kyung Wha Chung, violin.
August 25 Ella Fitzgerald.
August 26 New York Philharmonic. Erich Leinsdorf, conductor. Jorge Bolet, piano.
August 27 New York Philharmonic. Andre Kostelanetz, conductor. Christopher Parkening, guitar.

1973  
June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Van Cliburn, piano.
June 29 Duke Ellington and his Orchestra.
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Van Cliburn, piano.
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Peter Nero, piano. Peter Nero and Trio in concert.
July 4 Rick Nelson and the Stone Canyon Band. Rufus Krisp. Progressive Colorado Bluegrass.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. James McCracken, tenor. Sandra Warfield, mezzo-soprano.
July 6 Ella Fitzgerald.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. James McCracken, tenor. Sandra Warfield, mezzo-soprano.
July 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Arthur Fiedler, conductor. Alegria Arce, piano.
July 11 Helen Reddy.
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Previn, conductor. John Browning, piano.
July 13 Benny Goodman Sextet featuring Benny Goodman.
July 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Previn, conductor. John Browning, piano.
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, conductor. Leonard Pennario, piano.
July 18 Bobby Goldsboro. Gallery.
July 19 The National Ballet. Sleeping Beauty
July 20 Preservation Hall Jazz Band
July 21 The National Ballet. Gala
July 22 The National Ballet. Cinderella
July 25 Mac Davis.
July 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Lawrence Foster, cello.
July 27 Sarah Vaughan.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Radu Lupu, piano.
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor. Kishiko Suzumi, violin.
August 1 Mary Travers.
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Edo de Waart, conductor. Ruggiero Ricci, violin.
August 3 Patti Page
August 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Edo de Waart, conductor. Ruggiero Ricci, violin.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Morton Gould, conductor. Carlos Montoya, flamenco guitar.
August 8 Dave Brubeck Quartet, featuring Gerry Mulligan with Darius Brubeck Ensemb.e.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazimierz Kord, conductor. Misha Dichter, piano.
August 10 Music Made Famous by Glenn Miller, starring Tex Beneke, Ray Eberle and the Modernaires with Paula Kelly and their Orchestra.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazimierz Kord, conductor. Misha Dichter, piano.
August 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Richard Hayman, conductor.
August 15 John Sebastian.
August 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Hiroyuki Iwaki, conductor. Philippe Entremont, piano.
August 17 Pete Fountain.
August 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Hiroyuki Iwaki, conductor. Philippe Entremont, piano.
August 19 Victor Borge with Marylyn Mulvey.

1974  
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gary Graffman, piano.
June 28 Tony Bennett. Torrie Zito, music director. In concert with Woddy Herman and his Orchestra.
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gary Graffman, Piano.
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Arthur Fiedler, conductor. Jack Benny, violin.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazimierz Kord, conductor. Lorin Hollander, piano.
July 5 George Shearing Quintet, featuring George Shearing.
July 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazimierz Kord, conductor. Lorin Hollander, piano.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Richard Hayman, conductor.
July 11 The National Ballet. Members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
July 12 Benny Goodman Sextet featuring Benny Goodman.
July 13 The National Ballet. Members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
July 14 The National Ballet. Members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
July 19 Al Hirt and his Jazz Group.
July 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
July 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Morton Gould, conductor. Michael Dominico, tap dancer.
July 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Yuri Ahronovitch, conductor. Jerome Lowenthal, piano.
July 26 A Nostalgic Night of Glenn Miller Music, starring Ray McKinley, Ray Eberle, Paula Kelly and The Modernaires and their All-Star Orchestra.
July 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Yuri Ahronovitch, conductor. Michel Beroff, piano.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. John Green, conductor. Karan Armstong, soprano. Richard Fredricks, baritone.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Ruggiero Ricci, violin.
August 2 Earl "Fatha" Hines Trio plus Marva Josie and the Dizzy Gillespie Quartet.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Ruggiero Ricci, violin.
August 4 Roger Williams
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Antal Dorati, conductor. Ilse von Alpenheim, piano.
August 9 The Anne Murray Show and The Richard Band.
August 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Antal Dorati, conductor. Ilse von Alpenheim, piano.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Franz Allers, conductor. Louise Russell, soprano. Vahan Khanzadian, tenor.
August 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, conductor. Anna Moffo, soprano.
August 16 Special Pops Show: Count Basie and his Orchestra with special guest star, Barbara McNair.
August 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, conductor. Anna Moffo, soprano.
August 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, conductor. David Bar-Illan, piano.
August 22 Ramsey Lewis Trio, featuring Ramsey Lewis.
August 23 Buddy Rich and his Sextet, starring Buddy Rich.
August 24 "The Ragtime Years" featuring Max Morath.
August 25 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

1975  
June 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. John Browning, piano.
June 27 George Shearing Quintet.
June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. John Browning, piano.
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Tchaikovsky marathon.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Susan Starr, piano.
July 4 Sarah Vaughan.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Susan Starr, piano.
July 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Richard Hayman, conductor.
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Stephen Kates, cello.
July 11 A Nostalgic Night of Glenn Miller.
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Jessye Norman, soprano.
July 13 New england Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble.
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Theo Alcantara, conductor. Yong Uck Kim, violin.
July 18 Marian McPartland Trio.
July 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Theo Alcantara, conductor. Jose Iturbi, piano.
July 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. John Dankworth, conductor. Cleo Laine, jazz vocalist.
July 24, 25, 26 The Pennsylvania Ballet. Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
July 27 Peter Nero Trio
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Rudolf Firkusny, piano.
August 1 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Rudolf Firkusny, piano.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Margaret Harris, conductor, Cy Coleman, piano.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Peter Maag, conductor. Daniel Heifetz, violin. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus.
August 8 Benny Goodman Sextet.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Peter Maag, conductor. Daniel Heifetz, violin. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus.
August 10 Ferrante & Teicher.
August 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Paray, conductor.
August 15 Woody Herman.
August 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Paray, conductor.
August 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Victor Borge, conductor. Marylyn Mulvey, soprano.
August 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Freeman, conductor. Martina Arroyo, soprano.
August 22 Two Generations of Brubeck, including Sky King.
August 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. James Conlon, conductor, Van Cliburn, piano.
August 24 Carlos Montoya.
August 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Eduaro Mata, conductor. Lorin Hollander, piano.
August 29 Roger Williams.
August 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Eduaro Mata, conductor. Lorin Hollander, piano.
August 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor.

1976  
June 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Lorin Hollander piano. Mrs. William Milliken, narrator.
June 25 Benny Goodman.
June 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Lorin Hollander, piano.
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus, Raymond L. Allvin, director. Beethoven Marathon.
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor.Nicanor Zabaleta, harp. Elsie Inselman, mezzo-soprano.
July 2 Oscar Peterson.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Philip Greenberg, conductor. Flavio Varani, piano. ) "Musical Uncle Sam" (11:00 a.m.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Nicanor Zabaleta, harp.
July 4 Up With People.
July 8, 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Jessye Norman, soprano. Henry Grossman, tenor. Ezio Flagello, bass. Joseph Goldman, violin.
July 9 Chuck Mangione with Esther Satterfield.
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Italo Babini, cello. Theodore Bikel, narrator. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus.
July 13 Bach Aria Group. William H. Scheide, director.
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor.Laura de Fusco, piano.
July 16 Cleo Laine with John Dankworth. WNIC Nite
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Philip Greenberg, conductor. "Making beautiful Russian music" (11:00 a.m.)
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor.Laura de Fusco, piano.
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, conductor.
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Paray, conducctor.
July 23

Maynard Ferguson. WJZZ Nite

July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Paray, conductor.
July 25 New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble. "Music of Scott Joplin"
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Eduardo Mata, conductor. Irene Gubrud, soprano. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus.
July 30 Tony Bennett. Woody Herman and his Thundering Herd. .
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Philip Greenberg, conductor. Joseph Goldman, violin. Berenice Mrozinski, piano. The Mime Ensemble, Tom Ashton, director. "Watching music grow."(11:00 a.m.)
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Eduardo Mata, conductor. Irene Gubrud, soprano. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Yoshimi Takeda, conductor. Ravi Shankar, sitar.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Fodor, violin.
August 6 Preservation Hall Jazz Band
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Fodor, violin.
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Richard Hayman, conductor.
August 12 The Eliot Feld Ballet. Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
August 13 The Ballet Repertory Company. Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
August 14 The Eliot Feld Ballet. Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Music in motion." (11:00 a.m.)
August 14 The Eliot Feld Ballet. Detroit Symphony Orchestra
August 15 Gordon MacRae. David Bender. Gordon Numford, conductor.
August 18,19, 21 The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company. Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Otto-Werner Mueller, conductor. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus.
August 20 Tex Beneke and his Big Band. . Helen O'Connell. Bob Eberly.
August 22 Johnny Rodriquez. Barbi Benton.
August 26, 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Musica Aeterna Orchestra. Frederic Waltman, conductor. Eugene Istomin, piano.
August 27 Barry Manilow.
August 29 Bobby Short.

1977  
June 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor.
June 24 Elle Fitzgerald. Count Basie & his Orchestra.
June 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor.
June 26 Detroit Symphony Pops. Philip Greenberg, conductor. PDQ Bach with Peter Schiclele.
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Misha Dichter, piano.
July 1 Oscar Peterson. Dizzy Gillespie.
July 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Franco Gulli, violin.
July 3 Up With People.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Eugene Fodor, violin.
July 8 England Dan. John Ford Coley with Mary Mac Gregor.
July 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor.Grace Bumbry, soprano.
July 10 Detroit Symphony Pops. Morton Gould, conductor. Miryo Park, piano.
July 12, 13 Eight Soloists from The Royal Danish Ballet.
July 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor. Martha Argerich, piano.
July 15 The Four Freshmen. Stan Kenton with his Orchestra.
July 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Aldo Ceccato, conductor.Gordon Staples, violin. Italo Babini, cello.
July 17 Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians.
July 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Andre Watts, piano. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus.
July 22 Chuck Mangione.
July 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Andre Watts, piano.
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Istvan Jaray, conductor. Jane Powell.
July 27 Preservation Hall Jazz Band
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Janos Starker, cello.
July 29 Gordon Macrae. Rosemary Clooney. The Four Lads. "Moments to remember"
July 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violin.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Karl Haas, conductor. Maureen Forrester, contralto.
August 4, 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Krzysztof Penderecki, conductor. Kenneth Jewell Chorale. Girls and Boy's Choir from Christ Church, Grosse Point.
August 5 Lionel Hampton and his Quartet. Marian McPartland and her Trio. Wolverine Classic Jazz Orchestra. "Jazz Jamboree"
August 7 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, music director. Earl Wrightson, baritone. Lois Hunt, soprano.
August 9 Kris Kristofferson. Rita Coolidge.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Otto-Werner Mueller, conductor. Garrick Ohlsson, piano.
August 12 Buddy Rich and his Killer Force. Maynard Ferguson.
August 13 Detroit Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Philippe Entremont, conductor and piano.
August 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Philip Greenberg, conductor. Roberta Peters, soprano.
August 18 Elena Obraztsova, mezzo-soprano in recital.
August 19 Tex Beneke and his Big Band. Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberly. "Nostalgic sounds from The Summer of '42"
August 20 Albert Markov, violin in recital.
August 21 Conway Twitty. Crystal Gayle. "Meadow Brook Country Western Nite"
August 25 Musica Aeterna Orchestra. Frederic Waldman, conductor. Gary Graffman, piano. Sharon Moe, french horn.
August 26 Helen Reddy.
August 27 Musica Aeterna Orchestra. Frederick Waldman, conductor. Judith Raskin, soprano. Flavio Varani, piano.
August 28 Musica Aeterna Orchestra. Frederick Waldman, conductor. Jean-Pierre Rampal, flute. (2:30 p.m.)
August 28 Bobby Short. "Anothr evening with Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Noel Coward and the Rest of the Gang"
September 3,4 Andy Williams

1978  
June 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Klaus Tennstedt, conductor. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus. Kenneth Jewell Chorale. The Detroit Lutheran Singers. "Verdi: Requiem Mass"
June 23 Ella Fitzgerald
June 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Klaus Tennstedt, conductor. Meadow Brook Festival Chorus. Kenneth Jewell Chorale. The Detroit Lutheran Singers. "Verdi: Requiem Mass"
June 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Henry Mancini, conductor.
June 28 Bobby Vinton
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor and pianist.
June 30 Tony Bennet Sings. Torrie Zito, music director.
July 1 Detroit Sympnony Orchestra. Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor. Mark Zeltser, pianist.
July 2 Up With People. Fireworks Display.
July 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Malcolm Frager, pianist.
July 7 Oscar Peterson. Joe Pass.
July 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Claudine Carlson, alto. Diana Hoaglund, soprano.
July 9 Virgil Fox with David Synder's Revelation Lights. "Heavy Organ"
July 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazuhiro Koizumi, conductor. Ruggiero Ricci, violinist.
July 14 Fabulous Fours: The Four Lads. The Four Freshmen. The Pied Pipers. The Four Ink Spots.
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazuhiro Koizumi, conductor. Lorin Hollander, pianist.
July 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz, conductor. Carole Farley, soprano. "A Russian-French Pops Evening"
July 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Eugene Istomin, pianist.
July 21 Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians.
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Yo Yo Ma, cellist.
July 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Richard Hayman, conductor. Leonard Nimoy, narrator. "Star Ship Encounters"
July 26 Leo Sayer.
July 27, 28, 29 Ballet Repertory Company. Richard Eglund, directory. Leslie Browne. Patrick Bissell.
July 30 Ferrante & Teicher.
August 1 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Oleg Kovalenko, conductor. Henryk Szeryng, violinist. Gordon Staples, violinist.
August 4 Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Theo Alcantra. conductor. Silvia Marcovici, violinist. Ray Ferguson, organist.
August 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Theo Alcantara, conductor. "Pop Opera Nite"
August 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Peter Serkin, pianist.
August 11 Chuck Mangione with the Chuck Mangione Quartet.
August 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Claudio Arrau, pianist.
August 13 Detroit Symphony Pops. Arthur Fiedler, conductor. Robert Merrill.
August 17 Anthony and Joseph Paratore in Recital
August 18 Cleo Laine. John Dankworth.
August 19 New York Pro Arte chamber Orchestra. Raffael Adler, conductor. Igor Kipnis, harpsichordist.
August 20 Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. Elly Stone. Joe Masiell.
August 24 Musica Aeterna Orchestra. Frederic Waldman, conductor. Leonard Rose, cellist. "Mostly Mozart Nite #1"
August 25 Helen Reddy
August 26 Musica Aeterna Orchestra. Frederic Waldman, conductor. "Mostly Mozart Nite #2"
August 27 Musica Aeterna Orchestra. Frederic Waldman, conductor. "Mostly Mozart #3" (2:30 p.m.)
August 27 Micha & Cipa Dichter. Cab Calloway. (7:30 p.m.)
August 29 Kris Kristofferson. Rita Coolidge.
Sept. 1 Dionne Warwick.
Sept. 2 Bobby Goldsboro.
Sept. 3 Pat & Debby Boone.

1979  
June 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Ilana Vered, pianist.
June 22 Lionel Hampton All-Star Band. Marian McPartland.
June 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Florence Quivar, alto. Women of the Kenneth Jewell Chorale and Detroit Lutheran Singers. Children's Choir of Christ Church.
June 24 Detroit Symphony Pops. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Earl Wild, pianist.
June 27 Bill Cosby. Herbie Mann and the New Family of Mann.
June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Mark Piskunov, pianist.
June 29 Dizzy Gillespie. Supersax.
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Wesley Jacobs, bass tuba. Gordon Staples, violinist.
July 1 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, conductor. Meadow Brook Estate. Gigantic Fireworks Display.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gennady Rozhdestvensky, conductor. Beverly Wolff, alto. Leon Petrus, tenor. Kenneth Jewell Chorale. Detroit Lutheran Singers.
July 6 Mel Torme. Buddy Rich and his Orchestra.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gennady Roshdestvensky, conductor. Viktoria Postnikova, pianist.
July 8 Detroit Symphony Pops. Richard Hayman, conductor. Larry Adler, harmonica.
July 11 Joan Baez.
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leonard Slatkin, conductor. Lorin Hollander, pianist.
July 13 Maynard Ferguson and his Orchestra.
July 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leonard Slatkin, conductor. Walter Klien, pianist.
July 15 Detroit Symphony Pops. Eric Knight, conductor. Ethel Merman.
July 16 Victor Borge. Oakway Symphony.
July 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazuhiro Koizumi, conductor. Vladimir Spivakov, violinist.
July 20 Tex Beneke and his Orchestra. Ray Eberle and The Modernaires with Paula Kelly Jr.
July 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazuhiro Koizumi, conductor. Lynn Harrell, cellist.
July 22 New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble. Gunther Schuller, conductor.
July 23 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
July 25 Neil Sedaka
July 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Klaus Tennstedt, conductor. Jessye Norman, soprano. Richard Kness, tenor.
July 27 Benny Goddman Sextet.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Klaus Tennstedt, conductor. Horacio Gutierrez, pianist.
July 29 Detoit Symphony Pops. Franz, Allers, conductor. Anna Moffo, soprano.
August 2 Meadow Brook Ballet Orchestra. Eliot Feld Ballet.
August 4 Meadow Brook Ballet Orchestra. Eliot Feld Ballet.
August 5 Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians/
August 7 Detroit Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Philippe Entremont, conductor & pianist. . Muriel Kilby, pianist.
August 8 "Heavy Organ" Virgil Fox with David Snyder's Revelation Lights.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Philippe Entremont, pianist.
August 10 Della Reese. Woddy Herman and his Thundering Herd.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violinist.
August 12 Barbara Cook. Wally Harper.
August 14 Detroit Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Emanuel Ax, pianist. Donald Baker, oboe. Paul Schaller, clarinet. Robert Williams, bassoon. Eugene Wade, french horn.
August 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Barry Tuckwell, french horn.
August 17 Count Basie and his Orchestra. Oscar Peterson.
August 18 Detroit Symphony Chamber Orchestra. .Neville Marriner, conductor. Louise Russell, soprano. Dean Rhodus, tenor. John Darrenkamp, bass. Kenneth Jewell Chorale.
August 19 Detroit Symphony Pops. Neville Marriner, conductor. Gary Graffman, pianist. Donald Green, trumpet.
August 20, 21, 22 "4 Girls 4". Rosemary Clooney. Helen O'Connell. Rose Marie. Margaret Whiting.

1980  
June 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Roma Riddell, soprano. Barbara Windham, mezzo soprano. Kenneth Jewell Chorale.
June 27 Al Hirt
June 28 Children's Concert (11:00 a.m.)
June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Ivan Moravec, pianist.
June 29 Detroit Symphony Pops. Neville Marriner, conductor. Robert Gladstone, double bass. Cannons.
July 1 Borodin Trio Recital.
July 2 Maynard Ferguson and His Orchestra. Fireworks.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conducting. Borodin Trio. Fireworks.
July 4 Mary Travers. Kingston Trio. Fireworks.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Flavio Varani, pianist. Fireworks.
July 6 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard Smith, conducting. Fireworks.
July 8 Chuck Berry
July 9 Jan and Dean with Papa Doo Run Run.
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gaetano Delogu, conductor. Earl Wild, pianist.
Ju;y 11 Jazz Jamboree. Lionel Hampton. Buddy Rich. Woody Herman.
July 12 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gaetano Delogu, conductor. Gidon Kremer, violinist
July 13 Detroit Symphony Pops. Peter Nero, conductor and pianist.
July 15 Blood, Sweat & Tears.
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Raymond Leppard, conductor. James Galway, flutist.
July 18 Loretta Lynn and The Coal Miners. Johnny Russell.
July 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Raymond Leppard, conductor. Claudine Carlson, mezzo soprano. Frank Little, tenor.
July 20 Detroit Symphony Pops. John Covelli, conductor and pianist.
July 23 Martin Mull and Steve Goodman.
July 24 "Stars of the American Modern Dance" Peter Sparling. Peggy Lyman. Elisa Monte. David Brown. Jane Gallagher.
July 25 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
July 26 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
July 26 Lotte Goslar's Pantomine Circus.
July 27 Joan Morris and William Bolcom.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Nelson Friere, pianist.
August 1 Bill Cosby. The Duke Ellington Orchestra
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Miriam Fried, violinist.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Pops. John Addison, conductor. "Music from the Great Motion Pictures'
August 5 The Dirt Band and their special guest.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. David Golub, pianist.
August 8 Doc Severinsen
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Leon Fleisher, pianist. Kenneth Jewell Chorale.
August 10 Detroit Symphony Pops. Richard Hayman, conductor. Laser Light Show.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Pops. Richard Hayman, conductor. Laser Light Show.
August 12 Rita Coolidge and her special guest, Booker T. Jones.
August 13 David Bromberg Band.
August 14 Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Erich Leinsdorf, conductor.
August 15 Tex Beneke. Helen Forrest. Johnny Desmond. The Modernaires. "Salute to the Big Bands"
August 16 Children's Concert.
August 16 Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Erich Leinsdorf, conductor.
August 17 Ferrante & Teicher.
August 19 Stephen Stills
August 21 Minnesota Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Lynn Harrell, cellist.
August 22 Nancy Wilson and the Persuasions.
August 23 Minnesota Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Leo Foli, violinist.
August 24 Minnesota Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Garrick Ohlsson, pianist. "Last Night at the (Meadow Brook) Proms"
August 31 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard Smith, conductor. Fireworks.

1981  
June 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Ruth Laredo, pianist.
June 26 Cleo Laine. James Galway.
June 27 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor.
June 28 Detroit Symphony Pops. Richard Hayman, conductor. Jack Jones.
July 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Ida Haendel, violinist.
July 3 The Lettermen. The Four Freshmen. Fireworks.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Ida Haendel, violinist.
July 5 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, conductor. Gigantic Fireworks Display
July 7 Victor Borge in Concert. Detroit Symphony Pops. Ernie Jones, conducting.
July 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Joseph Suk, violinist.
July 10 Tony Bennett.
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Joseph Suk, violinist.
July 12 Kingston Trio. Barber Shop Quartet Champions.
July 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Jessye Norman, soprano.
July 17 Rodney Dangerfield.
July 18 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Jessye Norman, soprano.
July 19 Detroit Symphony Pops. Kenneth Jean, conducting. Margaret Whiting.
July 21 Emmylou Harris.
July 21 Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians. (Farewell tour)
July 23 Harry Belafonte
July 24 Harry Belafonte
July 26 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
July 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Semyon Bychkov, conductor. Misha Dichter, pianist.
July 31 Barbara Mandrell
Aug. 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Semyon Bychkov, conductor. Misha Dichter, pianist.
Aug. 2 Detroit Symphony Pops. Thomas Michalak, conductor. Louise Russell, soprano. John Garrison, tenor.
Aug. 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Heinz Holliger, oboist.
Aug. 7 Kris Kristofferson with Special Guest Star Billy Swain.
Aug. 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Heinz Holliger, oboist.
Aug. 9 New England Ragtime Ensemble. Gunther Schuller, conductor.
Aug. 12 Tex Beneke and His Orchestra. Helen Forrest. Johnny Desmond. The Modernaires with Paula Kelley, Jr. "Big Band Sounds"
Aug. 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gaetano Delogu, conductor. Ivan Moravec, pianist.
Aug. 14 Glenn Yarbrough. Theodore Bikel. Tom Paxton.
Aug. 15 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
Aug. 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gaetano Delogu, conductor. Ivan Moravec, pianist.
Aug. 16 Detroit Symphony Pops. Miklos Rozsa, conductor. "Music from the Great Motion Pictures"
Aug. 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. "Rossini:The Barber of Seville"
Aug. 21 Count Basie and His Orchestra. Dave Brubeck Quartet.
Aug. 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Nathaniel Rosen, cellist. Donald Baker, oboist. Joseph Goldman, violinist.
Aug. 23 Detroit Symphony Pops. Neville Marriner, conductor. Flavio Varani, pianist. Clement Barone, flutist.
Aug. 30 Loretta Lynn with Speical Guest Star Johnny Russell.
Sept. 4 Phil Donahue.
Sept. 6 Detroit Concert Bank. Leonard B. Smith, conductor. Gala Season Finale. Fireworks.

1982  
June 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Semyon Bychkov, conductor, Cecile Licad, pianist.
June 25 Neil Sedaka. David Sayh.
June 26 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.
June 26 Detroit Symphony Pops. John Dankwork, conducting. Cleo Laine. John Dankworth. The Dankworth Quartet.
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Semyon Bychkov, conductor. Cecile Licad, pianist.
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Joseph Goldman, violinist.
July 2 Kingston Trio. The Irish Rovers.
July 3 The Four Freshmen. The Four Lads. The Inkspots. Fireworks.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Maria Meirelles, pianist. Fireworks.
July 5 Meadow Brook Estate. Fireworks.
July 7 Joen Baez.
July 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Jean-Pierre Rampal, flutist.
July 9 Benny Goodman.
July 10 Victor Borge. Detroit Symphony Pops.
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor.
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gary Bertini, conductor. Oxana Yablonskaya, pianist.
July 16 Loretta Lynn. Randy Barlow.
July 17 Children's Concert (11:00
July 17 Ferrante & Teicher. Detroit Symphony Pops. Kenneth Jean, conductor.
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gary Bertini, conductor. Oxana Yablonskaya, pianist. Donald Green, trumpet.
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gary Bertini, conductor. Boris Berman, pianist. Kenneth Jewell Chorale.
July 23 Chuck Mangione.
July 24 Buddy Rich and his Band. Woody Herman and his Thundering Herd.
July 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gary Bertini, conductor. Boris Berman, pianist. Kenneth Jewell Chorale.
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Myung-Whun chung, conductor. Nadja Salerno-Sonneberg, violinist.
July 30 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
July 31 Doc Severinsen. Detroit Symphony Pops. Newton Wayland, conductor.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Myung-Whun chung, conductor.James Galway, flutist.
August 3 Kris Kristofferson. Billy Swan.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sergiu Comissiona, conductor. Nathan Gordon, violinist.
August 6 Andy Williams.
August 7 Children's Concert.
August 7 Tex Beneke and his Orchestra. Helen Forrest. Johnny Desmond. The Modernaires with Paula Kelly Jr. "Big Band Sounds from The Summer of '42"
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sergiu Comissiona, conductor. Shlomo Mintz, violinist.
August 10 Arlo Guthrie. Kat & Anna McGarrigle. Tom Paxton.
August 11 Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians.
August 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Robert Cohen, cellist.
August 13 July Collins. Steve Goodman.
August 14 Pete Fountain. Al Hirt.
August 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Cho-Liang Lin, violinist.
August 20 Count Basie and his Orchestra. George Shearing.
August 21 "Hooked on Classic' Louis Clark. Spectacular Light Show

1983  
June 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gordon Staples, violinist. Italo Babini, cellist
June 24 The Lettermen. Four Freshmen.
June 25 Children's Concert (11:00)
June 25 Detroit Symphony Pops. Richard Hayman, conductor. Featuring "1812 Overture with Cannons and Laser Lights.
June 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Gordon Staples, violinist. Italo Babini, cellist
June 29 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, conductor.
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gaetano Delogu, conductor. Russell Sherman, pianist.
July 1 Roy Clark. Fireworks.
July 2 The Irish Rovers. Tom Paxton. Fireworks.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gaetano Delogu, conductor. Russell Sherman, pianist. Fireworks.
July 4 Jean-Pierre Rampal Recital (12:00 noon)
July 4 Meadow Brook Estate. Fireworks.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Semyon Bychkov, conductor. Flavio Varani, pianist.
July 8 Detroit Symphony Pops. John Dankworth, conductor. Cleo Laine.
July 9 Harry Belafonte
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Semyon Bychkov, conductor. Mistalav Rostropovich, cellist.
July 11 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. With special guest Johnny Rivers.
July 12 Pat Metheny
July 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor. Ida Kavafian, violinist.
July 15 Tony Bennett. Detroit Symphony Pops.
July 16 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
July 16 Kris Kristofferson with special guest star, Billy Swan.
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor. Ida Kavafian, violinist.
July 19 Glen Campbell. Tammy Wynette.
July 20 Fred Waring.
July 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Myung-Whun Chung, conductor. Miriam Fried, violinist.
July 22 Chuck Mangione.
July 23 Lou Rawls.
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Myung-Whun Chung, conductinr.
July 26 Sammy Davis, Jr.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Martin Turnovsky, conductor. Ivan Moravek, pianist.
July 29 Teresa Brewer. Frankie Laine.
July 30 Andy Williams. Detroit Symphony Pops.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Martin Turnovsky, conductor. Ivan Moravec, pianist.
August 1 Victor Borge. Metropolitan Concert Band. Ernie Jones and Martin Stella, conductors.
August 2 Johnny Mathis.
August 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Andras Schiff, pianist.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Pops. Mitch Miller, conductor.
August 6 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. Andras Schiff, pianist.
August 9 Little River Band with special guest Paul Davis.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
August 12 Al Hirt. Dukes of Dixieland.
August 13 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
August 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Morton Gould, conductor. Romeros Guitar quartet.
August 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
August 16 Air Supply
August 19 B.J. Thomas.
August 20 Bill Cosby
August 23 Festival Women's Benefit Fashion Show.
August 26 Larry Elgart and his Orchestra. "Hooked on Swing"
August 27 Tri-County Orchestra Marathon.
August 28 Tri-County Orchestra Marathon.
August 29 Sheena Easton.
August 30 Manhattan Transfer.
Sept. 3 , 4 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, conductor. Laser Lights. Fireworks.

1984  
June 16 Earl Klugh & Friends
June 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conducting. Philippe Entremont, pianist.
June 22 Vic Damone. Buddy Rich Band
June 23 Rich Little. Judy Collins
June 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conducting. Philippe Entremont, pianist.
June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. David Zinman, conducting. Ivan Moravec, pianist.
June 29 Cleo Lane and John Dankworth. plus Jazz All-Stars in an "Ellington Evening"
June 30 Children's Concert. Harbinger Dance Company. A history of dance for children. 11:00 a.m.
June 30 Cleo Lane and John Dankworth. 8:00 p.m.
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. David Zinman, conducting. Ivan Moravec, pianist.
July 3 Harbinger Dance Company
July 4 Metropolitan Symphonic Band
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conducting. Ida Haendel, violinist.
July 6 The Rovers. The Kingston Trio
July 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conducting. Ida Haendel, violinist.
July 9 Wayne Newton
July 11 Grammy Winner! Wynton Marsalis and a Surprise Special Guest.
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Walter Weller, conducting. Cynthia Raim, pianist.
July 13 Canadian Brass. DSO Pops. Richart Hayman, conducting. "1812 Overture with cannons."
July 14 Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Walter Weller, conducting. Cyntia Raim, pianist. Prelude concert at 5:00 p.m. Oakland Youth Symphony.
July 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conducting. Dmitry Sitkovetsky, violinist. Prelude concert at 7:00 p.m. Oakland Youth Symphony
July 20 Donny and Marie Osmond
July 21 Children's Concert. Oakland Youth Symphony featuring Britten's "Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra". 11:00 a.m.
July 21 Peter Paul & Mary. 8:00 p.m.
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conducting. Stephen Hough, pianist.
July 24 Preservation Hall Jazz Band
July 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conducting. Grant Johannesen, pianist.
July 27 Artie Shaw Orchestra, with special guest Mr. Artie Shaw. Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.
July 28 Chuck Mangione.
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conducting. Grant Johannesen, pianist.
August 1 Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Varujan Kojian, conducting. Dylana Jenson, violinist. Berj Zamkochian, organist. Organ prelude concert at 7:00 p.m.
August 3 Lou Rawls with special guest, Ramsey Lewis/
August 4 Children's Concert. "Little Red Riding Hood" featuring the Piccolo Opera Company. 11:00 a.m.
August 4 Ferrante & Teicher 8:00 p.m.
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Varujan Kojian, conducting. Dylana Jenson, violinist. Berj Zamkochian, organist. Organ prelude concert at 5:00 p.m.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Maxim Shostakovich, conducting. Paul Badura-Skoda, pianist
August 10 Music from the Great Motion Pictures. DSO Pops. Kenneth Jean, conducting. Laser lights / Fireworks
August 11 Music from the Great Motion Pictures. DSO Pops. Kenneth Jean, conducting. Laser lights
August 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Maxim Shostakovich, conducting. Paul Badura-Skoda, pianist
August 15 Festival Women's Fashion Show
August 17 Tony Bennett. Count Basie Orchestra. "A tribute to Count Basie."
August 18 Pat Boone
August 19 Conway Twitty
August 21 Sheena Easton
August 22 Cleveland Orchestra. Christoph von Dohnanyi, conducting.
August 26 Jean-Luc Ponty
August 28, 29, 30, 31 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!. Starring John Davidson
Sept. 1 Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!. Starring John Davidson
Sept. 2 Meadow Brook Bluegrass Marathon. With Doc Watson, John Hartford, Vassar Clements and others. Fireworks.
Sept. 14 U.S. Marine Band. Colonel John R. Bourgeois and Captain Timothy W. Foley, conductors. Fireworks.

1985  
June 14 John Denver
June 15 Earl Klugh & Friends.
June 19 Tony Bennett and The Count Basie Orchestra.
June 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stainslaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Maurice Andre, trumpet.
June 21 Cleo Laine with special guest Chick Corea.
June 22 Children's Concert (11:00 a.m.) "Zoopha Breaks" Mime Ensemb.e
June 22 Randy Newman and "Father Guido Sarducci"
June 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stainslaw Skrowaczewski, conductor. Maurice Andre, trumpet.
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Walter Weller, conductor. Donald Baker, oboist.
June 28 Phyllis Diller.
June 29 To be announced.
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Walter Weller, conductor. Tatiana Troyanos, mezzo-soprano.
July 2 The Pointer Sisters
July 3 Chicago Jazz Band. James Dapogny, conductor.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Andre Watts, pianist. Fireworks.
July 5 The Rovers. The Kingston Trio. Fireworks.
July 6 "Summer Solid Gold". Richard Nader's Rock & Roll Spectacular, featuring: Ricky Nelson. Joey Dee & The Starlighters. The Contours. The Diamonds. The Angels, with special guests, The Shirelles. Fireworks.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Andre Watts, pianist. Fireworks.
July 9 Charlie Daniel's Band.
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Eugene Wade, horn.
July 12 Canadian Brass. Detroit Symphony Pops. Kenneth Jean, conductor.
July 13 Manhattan Transfer.
July 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Alicia de Larrocha, pianist.
July 17 Pet Metheny.
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Italo Babini, cellist.
July 19 The Boston Pops on Tour. John Williams, conductor. Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra.
July 20 Children's Concert. "Oakland Youth Symphony" (11:00 a.m.
July 20 Chuck Mangione and the Chuck Mangione Quartet.
July 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Ruggiero Ricci, violinist.
July 22 The Everly Brothers.
July 23 London Symphony Orchestra. Neville Marriner, conductor. John Browning, pianist.
July 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Yoel Levi, conductor. Nathan Gordon, violist.
July 26, 27 Detroit Symphony Pops. Varujan Kojian, conductor. "Music from the Great Motion Pictures" Laser Lights.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Yoel Levi, conductor. James Tocco, pianist.
July 29 Roger Whittaker.
July 31 Stevie Ray Vaughan.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Alexander Toradze, pianist. "1812 Overture with Cannons."
August 2 Ray Charles with special guest.
August 3 Frank Valli & The Four Seasons.
August 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Miriam Fried, violinist. "1812 Overture with Cannons."
August 5 James Galway. Henry Mancini.
August 6 Perry Como
August 7 Amy Grant
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Soloists and The Kenneth Jewell Chorale, Erick Freudigman, music director.
August 9 Andy Williams and special guest.
August 10 Children's Concert. "Hansel & Gretel" (11:00 a.m.
August 10 Peter, Paul & Mary
August 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Soloists and The Kenneth Jewell Chorale, Erick Freudigman, music director.
August 12 Jean-Pierre Rampal. Claude Bolling. Alexandre Lagoya.
August 14 Festival Women's Fashion Show.
August 16, 17 San Francisco Ballet.
August 18 Gordon Lightfoot.
August 20, 21, 22, 23, 25 " A Chorus Line"
August 27 Johnny Mathis

1986  
June 1 WDET's Motor City Bluegrass Festival.
June 6 Michael Franks. George Howard.
June 14 Earl Klugh & Friends.
June 18 Mitzi Gaynor.
June 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violinist.
June 20 Liberace.
June 21 Liberace.
June 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Malcolm Frager, pianist.
June 23 Tangerine Dream.
June 25 B.B. King with special guest James Cotton.
June 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Marc-Andre Hamelin, pianist.
June 27 Debbie Reynolds. Donald O'Connor.
June 28 Children' Concert. Oakland Youth Symphony. (11:00 a.m.)
June 28 Engelbert.
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Sergei Edelmann, pianist.
July 1 Spyro Gyra.
July 2 "Summer Solid Gold I": Motor City Magic. Mary Wilson. Junior Walker & The All Stars. The Marvellettes. Mary Wells. The Contours. Fireworks.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. David Zinman, conductor. David Golub, pianist. Fireworks.
July 4 The Lettermen. Tom Paxton. Fireworks.
July 5 The Nylons. The Larados. Fireworks.
July 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. David Zinman, conductor. David Golub, pianist. Fireworks.
July 9 Folk Fest '86. Joan Baez. Don McLean. Livingston Taylor.
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Julius Rudel, conductor. Elly Ameling, soprano.
July 11 Ferrante & Teicher.
July 12 Jean-Pierre Rampal. Detroit Symphony Pops. Varujan Kojian, conductor. 1986 V. Everett Kinsey Memorial Concert.
July 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Julius Rudel, conductor. Elly Ameling, soprano.
July 14, 15 Roger Whittaker.
July 16 Oregon
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jiri Belohlavek, conductor. Ernst Kovacic, violinist.
July 18, 19 Johnny Mathis.
July 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jiri Belohlavek, conductor. Rudolph Firkusny, pianisst.
July 21 Pia Zadora.
July 22 "Summer Solid Gold II". Johnny Rivers. Del Shannon. Lou Christie. Freddie Cannon.
July 23 Emmylou Harris.
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Theo Alcantara, conductor. Christopher Parkening, guitarist. Kathleen Segar, mezzo-soprano.
July 25 Detroit Symphony Pops. Skitch Henderson, conductor. Margaret Whiting. Robert Carroll. 1986 Louis C. Goad Memorial Concert.
July 26 "The True Story of the Three Little Pigs"
July 26 "Salute to the Big Bands" Tex Beneke. Helen Forrest. Paula Kelly, Jr. The Modernaires.
July 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Theo Alcantara, conductor. Natalie Hinderas, pianist. Kathleen Segar, mezzo-soprano.
July 29 Preservation Hall Jazz Band. 1986 John S. Judd Memorial Concert.
July 30 Jean-Luc Ponty.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Viktoria Mullova, violinist.
August 1 Peter Paul & Mary.
August 2 Tony Bennett. Rosemary Clooney.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Viktoria Mullova, violinist.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Daniel Nazareth, conductor. Gordon Staples, violinist.
August 8 Frankie Avalon. Fabian. Bobby Rydell. "The Golden Boys of Bandstand"
August 9 Detroit Symphony Pops. Charles Greenwell, conductor. Louise Russell, soprano. John Walker, tenor.
August 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Daniel Nazareth, conductor. Jose Feghali, pianist.
August 12 "Summer Solid Gold III" Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons with special guest Three Dog Night.
August 13 New York Philharmonic. Leonard Bernstein, conductor. Glenn Dicterow, violinist.
August 15, 16 "Music from the Great Motion Pictures" Laser Light Spectacular.
August 17 "Summer Solid Gold IV" Fats Domino. Jerry Lee Lewis.
August 20 Festival Women's Fashion Show.
August 21 David Sanborn.
Aubust 22 Manhattan Transfer.
August 23 Children's Concert. (11:00 a.m.)
August 23 Jack Wagner.
August 25 Petra
August 28 Israel Philharmonic. Zubin Mehta, conductor.
August 29 Lou Rawls. Maynard Ferguson.
August 31 Kenny Loggins.

1987  
June 16 Paul Anka
June 17 America. Three Dog Night.
June 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor.
June 19 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. The Four Tops.
June 20 "Peter and the Wolf"
June 20 Al Hirt. Pete Fountain. The Dukes of Dixiland.
June 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor.
June 24 Gene Pitney. Del Shannon.
June 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Tania and Eric Heidsieck, duo-pianists.
June 26 Marvin Hamlisch, with special guest.
June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Tania and Eric Heidsieck, duo-pianists.
July 1 The Spinners. Martha Reeves. Jr.Walker & the All-Stars.
July 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leonard Slatkin, conductor. Richard Stolzman, clarinetist.
July 3 Chuck Mangione.
July 4 Canadian Brass. William Bolcom & Joan Morris.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leonard Slatkin, conductor. Richard Stolzman, clarinetist.
July 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jiri Belohlavek, conductor. Mischa Lefkowitz, violinist.
July 10 James Galway with The Chieftains.
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jiri Belohlavek, conductor. Mischa Lefkowitz, violinist.
July 13 Spyro Gyra.
July 15 Boston Pops on Tour. John Williams, conductor with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra.
July 18 "Rumplestiltskin"
July 18 Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Sir Neville Marriner, conductor. Christopher Warren-Green, violinist. 1987 West. H. Gallogly Memorial Concert.
July 19 Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Sir Neville Marriner, conductor. Christopher Warren-Green, violinist. 1987 George T. Trumbull Memorial Concert.
July 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Shura Cherkassy, pianist.
July 24 Johnny Mathis & Henry Mancini.
July 25 Detroit Symphony Pops. John Addison, conductor. "Music from the Great Motion Pictures."
July 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Shura Cherkassy, pianist.
July 27 Wayne Newton.
July 29 Festival Women's Fashion Show.
July 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Jorge Bolet, pianist.
July 31 Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
August 1 Peter Paul & Mary. 1987 John S. Judd Memorial Concert.
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Jorge Bolet, pianist.
August 3 David Sanborn.
August 4 Perry Como. 1987 Louis C. Goad Memorial Concert.
August 5 The Platters. The Drifters. The Shirelles. The Coasters.
August 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Laurence Liberson, clarinetist.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Pops. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Lewis Dale von Schlanbusch, baritone.
August 8 "Rags, Bags & Dragons:
August 8 Detroit Symphony Pops. Eric Kunzel, conductor. Lewis Dale von Schlanbusch, baritone.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paavo Berglund, conductor. Laurence Liberson, clarinetist.
August 10 Gordon Lightfoot.
August 11 London Symphony Orchestra. Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violinist. 1987 V. Everett Kinsey Memorial Concert.
August 12 Cleo Laine. John Dankworth and the Dankworth Quartet.
August 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stephen Stein, conductor. James Tocco, pianist.
August 14 Johnny Cash. Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers.
August 15 Michael Franks.
August 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stephen Stein, conductor. James Tocco, pianist.
August 17 Pat Metheny.
August 21 Sheena Easton.
August 22 Diahann Carroll. Vic Damone.
August 24 Anne Murray
August 28, 29 Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra. Charles Greenwell, conductor. Laser Light Spectacular!
August 30 Jean-Luc Ponty.
Sept. 4, 5 Roger Whittaker.
Sept. 6 The Pointer Sisters.

1988  
June 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Jean Bernard Pommier, pianist.
June 17 Johnny Mathis
June 18 Sharon, Lois & Bram (11:00 a.m.)
June 18 Johnny Mathis (8:00 p.m.)
June 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Jean Bernard Pommier, pianist.
June 20 Harry Belafonte
June 22 Steven Wright. Buster Poindexter and his Banshees of Blue. James Lee Stanley.
June 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violinist.
June 25 Mammoth Follies (11:00 a.m.)
June 25 Detroit Symphony Pops. Elmer Bernstein, conductor. (8:00 p.m.)
June 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jerzy Semkow, conductor. John Kimura Parker, pianist.
June 27 Carlos Santana. Wayne Shorter.
June 29. James Galway. Fireworks.
June 30 Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show. (12:00 noon)
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Ruth Laredo, pianist. (8:00 p.m.) Fireworks
July 1 The Kingston Trio. The Limelighters. Schooner Fare. Fireworks.
July 2 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, conductor. Fireworks.
July 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Sixten Ehrling, conductor. Ruth Laredo, pianist. Fireworks.
July 4 The Platters. The Chrystals. The Shirelles. The Marcels. The Diamonds. Fireworks.
July 5 Herb Alpert.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. John Nelson, conductor. Ida Haendel, violinist.
July 8, 9 Roger Whittaker with special guest
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. John Nelson, conductor. Ida Haendel, violinist.
July 11 Spyro Gyra with Herbie Mann
July 14, 15 Manhattan Transfer
July 16 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '88. The Fifthe Dimension
July 17, 18 Bob Dylan
July 19 Earl Klugh & Friends
July 21 Detroit Sympnony Orchestra. Farujan Kojian, conductor. Constantine Orbelian, pianist
July 22 The Rascals. The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie
July 23 Little Red Riding Hood. (11:00 a.m.)
July 23 Detroit Symphony Pops. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Louise Russell, soprano. Neil Jones, tenor. Lewis Dale von Schlanbusch, baritone.
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Varujan Kojian, conductor. Dancers from tne New York City Ballet; Marrill Ashley, principle dancer. John Meehan, guest artist.
July 25 The New 4 Girls 4. Rose Marie. Helen O'Connell. Kay Starr. Margaret Whiting.
July 26 July Collins. Tom Paxton. Tom chapin.
July 27 New York Orchestra of Authentic Instruments. Christopher Hogwood, conductor. Anner Bylsma, cellist.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Julius Rudel, conductor. Sherrill Milnes, baritone.
July 29 Cleo Laine. Michael Feinstein.
July 30. Detroit Symphony Pops. Charles Greenwell, conductor.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Julius Rudel, conductor. Sherrill Milnes, baritone.
August 1 Roy Orbison. Jerry Lee Lewis. Carl Perkins.
August 2 The Pointer Sisters.
August 3 Preservation Hall Jazz Band, special 25th season concert.
August 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Detroit Symphony Chorus.
August 5 Chicago Symphony. David Zinman, conductor. Cho-Liang Lin, violinist.
August 6 Bob McGrath of Sesame Street. (11:00 a.m.)
August 6 Kenny G. with special guest. (8:00 p.m.)
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Detroit Symphony Chorus.
August 8 R.E.O. Speedwagon, with special guest.
August 9 Smokey Robinson. Natalie Cole.
August 10 Meadow Brook Academy Orchestra. Gunther Herbig & Geoffrey Simon, conductors.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Claudio Arrau, pianist.
August 12 Bobby Vinton
August 13 Ray Charles. The Smothers Brothers.
August 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Claudio Arrau, pianist.
August 15 Jean-Luc Ponty, with special guest.
August 16 Israel Philharmonic. Kurt Masur, conductor.
August 17 Gordon Lightfoot.
August 18 Israel Philharmonic. Kurt Masur, conductor.
August 19 "Salute to the Big Bands" featuring Tex Beneke, The Mondernaires with Paula Kelly, Jr., Hellen Forrest, Frankie Laine.
August 20 Peter Paul & Mary
August 23 Festival Women's Fashion Show.
August 26, 27 Laser Light Spectacular. Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra. Richard Kapp, conductor. David Syme, pianist.
August 28 Johnny Rivers. Bobby Vee. Del Shannon. Lou Christie.
Sept. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Carousel"

1989  
June 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Libor Pesek, conductor. Andrew Watts, pianist.
June 16 The Smothers Brothers with special guests. Jim Stafford. Pat Paulsen.
June 17 Soloists of the Royal Danish Ballet.
June 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Libor Pesek, conductor. Andrew Watts, pianist.
June 19 Blood Sweat & Tears. Tommy James & The Shondells
June 20 Wayne Newton
June 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jesus Lopez-Cobos, conductor. Joshua Bell, violinist.
June 23 Michael Franks with special guest. Yellow Jackets.
June 24 Mr. Dressup. (11:00 a.m.)
June 24 Detroit Symphony Pops. Jerry Goldsmith, conductor. 8 p.m.
June 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jesus Lopez-Cobos, conductor. Joshua Bell, violinist.
June 26 America. Stephen Stills.
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Joseph Goldman, violinist.
June 30 Detroit Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, conductor. Fireworks.
July 1 Gemini. (11:00 a.m.)
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Jean-Pierre Rampal, flutist. Fireworks.
July 2 Earl Klugh & Friends. Fireworks.
July 3 Ben E. King. The shirelles. The Contours. The Marvellettes. Fireworks.
July 4 The Meadow Brook Estate. Red Garter Band. Sounds of Time. Fireworks.
July 5 Bob Dylan
July 6 Bob Dylan
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Andrew Davis, conductor. Gianna Rolandi, soprano. Tonio DiPaolo, tenor.
July 8 Rosenshontz. (11:00 a.m.)
July 8 Rosemary Clooney with The Artie Shaw Orchestra. (8:00 p.m.)
July 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stephen Stein, conductor. John McLaughlin, guitarist.
July 11 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, with special guest.
July 12 Andy Williams with special guest. The Chenille Sisters.
July 13 Starship.
July 14 Pat Metheny Group
July 15 Zamfir, panflute virtuoso. Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra.
July 16 Frankie Avalon. Fabian. Bobby Rydell.
July 18 Perry Como with special guest. Jimmy Aleck.
July 19 Philip Glass and the Philip Glass Ensemble.
July 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Christof Perick, conductor. Joseph Kalichstein, pianist.
July 21 Milton Berle.
July 22 The Bremen Town Musicians. (11:00 a.m.)
July 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Christof Perick, conductor. Joseph Kalichstein, pianist. (8:00 p.m.
July 25 Air Supply with special guest.
July 26 Rick Astley with special guest.
July 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stephen Stein, conductor. John McLaughlin guitarist.
July 28 Victor Borge. "Comedy in Music."
July 29 Detroit Symphony Pops. Erich Kunzel, conductor.
July 30. Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stephen Stein, conductor. John McLaughlin, guitarist.
August 2 Festival Women's Fashion Show.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Richard Stolzman, clarinetist.
August 4 Julius La Rosa. Helen O'Connell. The Modernaires. Tex Beneke & His Orchestra.
August 5 Sharon, Lois & Bram. (11:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m.)
August 5 Canadian Brass with special guest. Max Morath. (8:00 p.m.)
August 6 Detroit Symphonyt Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Richard Stolzman, clarinetist.
August 8 The Temptations. The O'Jays.
August 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Flavio Varani, pianist. Fireworks.
August 11 Peter Paul & Mary
August 12 Detroit Symphony Pops. Ron Goodwin, conductor.
August 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Gunther Herbig, conductor. Flavio Varani, pianist. Fireworks.
August 17 Anne Murray.
August 19 Fred Penner (11:00 a.m.)
August 19 Chuck Berry. The Coasters. Little Anthony.
August 20 Michael Feinstein with special guest.
August 21 Jean-Luc Ponty with special guest.
August 25, 26 Laser Light Spectacular. Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra. Richard Kapp, conductor.
August 27 The Monkees
August 30 "Annie", starring Jo Anne Worley.
August 31 "Annie", starring Jo Anne Worley.
Sept. 1, 2, 3 "Annie", starring Jo Anne Worley.

1990  
June 16 Fred Penner with Len Udow & The Cat's Meow Band. (11:00 a.m.)
June 19 Pat Metheny. Herbie Hancock. Jack DeJohnette. Dave Holland.
June 21 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. James DePriest, conductor. Garrick Ohlsson, violinist.
June 22 Ann Jillian. Marvin Hamlisch with full orchestra.
June 23 The Song Sisters. (11:00 a.m.)
June 23 Detroit Symphony Pops. Henry Mancini, conductor.
June 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. James DePreist, conductor. Itzhak Perlman, violinist.
June 26 George Benson.
June 27 Rickie Lee Jones. Lyle Lovett.
June 28 Milton Nascimento.
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stephen Stein, conductor. Michael Feinstein, guest artist. Fireworks.
June 30 Bob McGrath of ''Sesame Street'. (11:00 a.m.)
June 30 Harry Connick Jr. with the Harry Connick Jr. Orchestra.
July 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stephen Stein, conductor. Michael Feinstein, guest artist. Fireworks.
July 3 The Platters. Little Anthony. The Diamonds. The Dixie Cups. Fireworks.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor. Fireworks.
July 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Zdenek Macal, conductor. Alexei Sultanov, pianist.
July 6 Roger Whittaker.
July 7 Roger Whittaker.
July 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Zdenek Macal, conductor. Alexei Sultanov, pianist.
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. David Daniels, conductor. "Serious Fun with the DSO"
July 12 Garrison Geillor. Chet Atkins with the Hopeful Gospel Quartet. Special appearance by Mavis & Marvin Smiley.
July 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Roberta Peters, soprano.
July 14 Odetta & Friends. (11:00 a.m.)
July 14 Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra. John McGlinn, conductor.
July 15 "The Other Side of Daytime" (2:00 p.m.)
July 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Roberta Peters, soprano.
July 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 Tommy Tune starring in "Bye Bye Birdie"
July 22 Sharon, Lois & Bram with Elephant & the Mammoth Band (1:00 & 4:30 p.m.)
July 23 Jean-Luc Ponty with special guest.
July 24 Harry Belafonte with special guest.
July 25 "New Vaudeville" with Fred Garbo and The Wright Brothers.
July 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Lankester, conductor.
July 27 Chubby Checker. The Drifters. Gary U.S. Bonds. The Tokens.
July 28 Detroit Symphony Pops. Erich Kunzel, conductor.
July 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Michael Lankester, conductor.
August 2 Bob Newhart with special guest.
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Nicholas McGegan, conductor.
August 4 Linda Arnold & Frank Cappelli (11:00 a.m.)
August 4 Peter Paul & Mary.
August 5 "Big Band Sounds" (2:00 p.m.)
August 5 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Nicholas McGegan, conductor.
August 6 Basia with special guest.
August 8 Festival Women's Fashion Show (11:30 a.m.)
August 8 The Everly Brothers. Carl Perkins.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Vassily Sinaisky, conductor. Italo Babini, cellist.
August 10, 11 Johnny Mathis with full orchestra.
August 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Vassily Sinaisky, conductor. Italo Babini, cellist.
August 15 Tony Bennett with The Count Basie Orchestra.
August 16 "Santa's Summertine Stage"
August 17 Engelbert Humperdinck.
August 18 Michael Franks.
August 19 Lou Rawls with special guest.
August 21 Mannheim Steamroller. "The Music of Nature: A Concert for Yellowstone"
August 24, 25 Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra. Richard Kapp, conductor. Laser Light Spectacular.
August 26 Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra. Charles Greenwell, conductor. "The Ghost of the Paris Opera" with Laser Lights.
August 29 Fats Domino. Hank Ballard & The Midnighters. Bill Haley's Comets.

1991
June 4 Paul Anka
June 14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Shelby Foote, narrator.
June 15 Gemini (11:00 a.m.)
June 15 Indigo Girls, with special guest Ellen James Society (8:00 p.m.)
June 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Shelby Foote, narrator.
June 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Emmanuelle Boisvert, violinist
June 21 Smokey Robinson with special guest.
June 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Louis Lortie, pianist
June 27 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. James DePreist, conductor. James Tocco, pianist
June 28 Great American Concert Band. Leonard B. Smith, conductor. Fireworks.
June 29 "Mr Dressup" (11:00 a.m.)
June 29 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. James DePreist, conductor. Florence Quivar, mezzo-soprano.
June 30 Victor Borge. "Comedy in Music"
July 3 Peter Noone. The Coasters. The Shangri-Las. The Crystals. Fireworks.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor. Fireworks.
July 5 Emmylou Harris. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
July 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Yuri Temirkanov, conductor. Nikolai Petrov, pianist.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Yuri Temirkanov, conductor. Viktor Tretyakov, violinist. 1991 V. Everett Kinsey Memorial concert.
July 11 Davy Jones with special guest.
July 12 Bob James with special guest.
July 13 Chenille Sisters. (11:00 a.m.)
July 13 "Some Enchanted Evening" Skitch Henderson, conductor. (8:00 p.m.)
July 17 Bruce Hornsby & The Range, with special guest Rosanne Cash.
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Bobby McFerrin, conductor & vocalist.
July 19 Pat Boone. Patti Page with full orchestra.
July 20 Eric Nagler. (11:00 a.m.)
July 20 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Bobby McFerrin, conductor & vocalist.
July 21 Johnny Gill with special guest Michel'le.
July 22 Ram Slam. Dub Jam featuring Steel Pulse, Special Beat, Dread Zeppelin.
July 25 The Righteous Brothers. Gary Puckett.
July 26 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jahja Ling, conductor. Leila Josefowicz, violinist.
July 27 Shari Lewis. (11:00 a.m.)
July 27 "Broadway Busters". Charles Greenwell, conductor. (8:00p.m.)
July 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jahja Ling, conductor. Ivan Moravec, pianist.
July 30 Boston Pops on Tour. Harry Rabinowitz, conductor. George T. Trumbull Memorial Concert.
July 31 Festival Women's Fashion Show.
August 2 "Swinging with the Stars". The Woody Herman Orchestra. Kay Starr. Buddy DeFranco. The Ink Spots.
August 3 Fats Domino. Chubby checker.
August 5 Bugs Bunny on Broadway with Warner Brothers Symphony Orchestra.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leslie B. Dunner, conductor. Stars of the New York city and San Francisco Ballets. 1991 Louis C. Goad Memorial concert.
August 10 Peter Paul & Mary.
August 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leslie B. Dunner, conductor. Stars of the New York City and San Francisco Ballets.
August 14 Mel Torme. Cleo Laine with John Dankworth.
August 16 The Original 5th Dimension. The Original Ramsey Lewis Trio.
August 18 Dionne Warwick with special guest.
August 23 "Amadeus' Greatest Hits". Laser Light Spectacular. 1991 John S. Judd Memorial Concert.
August 24 "Amadeus' Greatest Hits". Laser Light Spectacular. 1991 Nancy Schucart Molasky Memorial concert.
August 28 Dion. Bobby Vee. Tommy Roe. Johnny Tillotson.

1992
June 12 Jerry Seinfeld
June 19 Dolly Parton
June 20 Ray Charles
June 21 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. David Clayton Thomas and Blood, Sweat & Tears.
June 26, 27 Crosby, Stills & Nash
July 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor. Fireworks.
July 3 The Drifters. The Platters. The Coasters. The Shirelles. The Chrystals. Fireworks.
July 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Mitch Miller, conductor. Fireworks.
July 5 John Lee Hooker & Robert Cray Band. 1992 John S. Judd Memorial Concert.
July 9 Arlo Guthrie. Pete Seeger.
July 10, 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Featuring music from Fantasia.
July 12 The Righteous Brothers
July 16 Victor Borge
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Marvin Hamlisch, conductor.
July 18 Marky Mark. The Funky Bunch.
July 19 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Marvin Hamlisch, conductor.
July 22 Mormon Tabernacle Chois. George T. Trumbull Memorial Concert.
July 24, 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Laser spectacular featuring music from 2002: Space Odyssey, Star Wars & Star Trek.
July 26 Air Supply
July 29 George Benson.
July 30 Santana
July 31 Seals & Crofts. Little River Band.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Featuring music from A.L. Webber's Broadway hits.
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Richard Hayman, conductor.
August 5 Mitzie Gaynor. 1992 Nancy Schucart Molasky memorial Concert.
August 6 Everly Brothers. Dion
August 7 Kenny Rogers.
August 8, 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Stars of the Ballet (New York and San Francisco)
August 13 George Thorogood. Little Feat.
August 18 The Highwaymen. Willie Nelson. Johnny Cash. Kris Kristofferson. Waylon Jennings.
August 22 Michael Franks. The Yellowjackets.
August 23 Alabama
August 26 B-52's
August 30 David Byrne.

1993  
June 11, 12, 13 Meadow Brook Landscape and Garden Show
June 15 10,000 Maniacs with special guest World Party
June 18 The The
June 19 Elayne Boosler
June 20 Pat Metheny
June 23, 24 "The Mad, Mad World of Magic" (3:00 & 7:00 p.m)
June 25 Lyle Lovett and His Large Band.
June 26, 27 "Bugs Bunny on Broadway" with Live Orchestra.
July 2 James Brown.
July 3 The Drifters. The Coasters. The Platters. "Oldies Show with Fireworks Display" ( Wolfman Jack's Fabulous 50s Party)
July 4 The Temptations. The Four Tops. Fireworks.
July 9, 10 Roger Whittaker.
July 23 ELO (Electric Light Orchestra)
July 24 Michael Franks.
August 6 Everly Brothers. Dion.
August 7 Natalie Cole.
August 13 Dwight Yoakum with special guest Suzy Bogguss.
August 14 Nancy Griffith with special guest John Prine.
August 20 Peter Paul & Mary.
August 27, 28 Laser Light Spectacular featuring Themes from Broadway Blockbusters.

1994  
June 18 Fred Penner & The Cat's Meow Band.
June 19 Dionne Warwick.
June 21 Ray Charles with special guest Tower of Power.
June 23 Melissa Manchester with the Meadow Brook Festival Orchestra.
July 1 Richard Jeni
July 2 Maureen McGovern.
July 3 Little Richard.
July 8 David Sanborn with special guest Ronny Jordan.
July 9 Indigo Girls.
July 10 Laser Mania '94 featuring the music of Pink Floyd and others.
July 15 The Smithereen.
July 16 Shining Time Station Live starring Thomas The Tank Engine with special guest Crain 'n Company.
July 20 Tom Jones.
July 21 The Charlie Daniels Band with special guest John Berry.
July 22 Emmylou Harris.
July 23 Walt Disney Records' Parachute Express.
July 27 Jazz Superfest featuring Stanley Clarke. Larry Carlton, Billy Cobham, Najee
July 29 Landis & Company Theatre of Magic featuring The Great Vaudeville Magic Show.
July 30 Jeff Foxworthy "You Might Be a Redneck If . . . " Tour.
July 31 Meadow Brook Symphony Orchestra. David Palmer, conductor. "Symphonic Rock" featuring the music of Genesis, Jethro Tull, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Yes.
August 2 The Temptations.
August 4 Paul Anka.
August 6 Art Garfunkel with The Birmingham/Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra.
August 7 Cleo Laine, John Dankworth and the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
August 16 Ballet Gran Folklorico de Mexico.
August 20 Back to the Future, featuring Don McLean, Jesse Colin Young, Tom Rush, Al Stewart, Jonathan Edwards and Steven Forbert.
August 21 Ricky Van Shelton with special guest The Mavericks.
August 26 Raffi.
August 27 The Everly Brothers with special guest Kris Kristofferson.
Sept. 1 Suzy Bogguss.
Sept. 2 Steven Wright.

1995  
June 16 Stephen Stills
June 22 Richard Jeni
June 30. Fabian's Rock & Roll Party. Shangri-La's. Gary Lewis & The Playboys. Mitch Ryder. Gary Puckett.
July 1 Sarah McLachlan.
July 2 Barenaked Ladies, with Billy Bragg.
July 4 .Aswad. Sister Carol. Worl-a-Girl. Tommy Cowan. Wailing Souls. Buju Banton. Christafari. Junior Tucker.
July 8 Shawn Colvin.
July 11 The Pat Metheny Group.
July 14 Bob McGrath.
July 21, 22 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
July 23. Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Lan Shui, conductor. (12 noon) "Beethoven Lives Upstairs"
July 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Lan Shui, conductor. Laser Light Spectacular.
July 24 Pinocchio. (American Family Theatre, Inc)
July 29 The David Sanborn Group.
Aug. 3 Dave Koz.
Aug. 11 Weezer.
Aug. 12. Barry Manilow.
August 13. Always . . .Patsy Cline.
Aug. 19 The Robert Cray Band.
Aug. 20 Judy Collins. David Gates.
Aug. 29 The Neville Brothers.
Aug. 31 Shari Lewis.
Sept. 1 Roger Whittaker.
Sept. 2 Joan Baez.

1996  
July 2 Joan Armatrading. Richard Thompson with Susan Werner.
July 5 Little Anthony & the Original Imperials with Little Eva, The Marcels, Lou Christie & The Rock & Roll Reunion Band. Fireworks.
July 10 Sammy Kershaw with Doug Supernaw.
July 11 The Black Crowes with BR5-49.
July 13 The Robert Cray Band with Brian Setzer Orchestra featuring Brian Setzer and his 17 piece Rockin' Big Band & Mudpuppy.
July 14 Sharon, Lois & Bran.
July 19 The Chieftans. Nancy Griffith with Ashley MacIsaac.
July 21 "Weird Al" Jankovic.
July 28 Marc Weiner's Weinerville-Live.
July 30 Tracy Chapman with Charlie Hunter Quartet.
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. "Beethoven's Ninth"
August 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. "Tchaikovsky Spectacular"
August 4 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. "Gershwin Salite"
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Lan Shui, conductor. " Great Hollywood Scores" Laser Light Show.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. "Big Band Spectacular"
August 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. "Music from Broadway Today"
August 11 Kids Jam USA Tour '96 with Sepastian the Crab's Alter Ego, Sam Wright & ABC TV star Raven-Symone. Kids Jam PlayGround.
August 13 Gin Blossoms. Goo Goo Dolls
August 15 BoDeans. John Hiatt.
August 29 The George Shearing Duo & Joe Williams.
August 31 Doug Stone
Sept. 7 Steven Wright.

1997  
June 15 Anne Murray
June 20 Dan Fogelbert
June 22 Donna Lewis
July 3 Air Supply
July 6 U Pick Nick
July 9 Gordon Lightfoot
July 10 Manhattan Transfer
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leslie B. Dunner, conductor.
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leslie B. Dunner, conductor. "Music of John Williams"
July 13 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leslie B. Dunner, conductor. Stars of the ballet: Evelyn Cisneros, Anthony Randazzo, Wendy Whelan, Nilas Martins, Margaret Tracy.
July 24 Alison Krauss & Union Station
July 25 Bugs Bunny on Broadway
July 26 UB 40
July 29 Sleeping Beauty
July 30 "Weird Al" Yankovic & His Band
Aug. 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Alexander Markovich, pianist.
Aug. 2, 3 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
Aug. 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Seaman, conductor. Emmanuel Boisvert, violinist.
Aug. 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Seaman, conductor. Anton Nel, pianist.
Aug. 13 Carrot Top
Aug. 15 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Ransom Wilson, flute.
Aug. 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Elizabeth Beeler, soprano; Jeremy Coch, tenor; Lewis Dahle von Schlanbusch, baritone.
Aug. 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Michael Chertock, pianist.
Aug. 22 Lorrie Morgan with David Kersh
Aug. 23 Sheryl Crow with Wilco
Sept. 5 Jewel

1998  
June 19 Teen Idols. Peter Noone. Davy Jones. Bobby Sherman.
June 23 Phil Collins. Oleta Adams, guest vocalist. Gerald Albright, saxophone. "Big Band Tour"
June 25 Wynton Marsalis & The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.
June 27 Nickelodeon presents Gullah Gullah Island Live Tour.
June 29 Ani DiFranco with Reborth Brass Band.
July 3 Joe Piscopo.
July 4 Chumbawamba with Sister Soleil.
July 8 British Rock Symphony & Chois, starring Robert Daltry.
July 9 Beaty & the Beast.
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Jaime Laredo, conductor & violinist. "Mozart Gala with Royal Fireworks"
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leslie B. Dunner, conductor. Roberta Flack.
July 12 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Leslie Dummer. Xiang Gao, violinist.
July 13 Pat Metheny Group.
July 16 Air Supply.
July 17 Steven Wright.
July 18 Kansas with Symphony Orchestra.
July 19 Alison Krauss & Union Station. Bela Fleck & the Flecktones.
July 23 Art Garfunkel.
July 24 The Mavericks with BR5-49.
July 25 Kevin Nealon with special guest Victoria Jackson.
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Sergei Babayan, pianist.
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Mark Kaplan, violinist.
August 2 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor. Ted Oien, clarinetist.
August 3 Pinocchio: Live State Presentation.
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Cortes Alesander Trio.
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Stephen Prutsman, pianist.
August 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Choral Union of the University Musical Society. Kathleen Brett, soprano. Kevin Anderson, tenor. Daniel Narducci, baritone.
August 13 David Grisman Quintet with Leo Kottke.
August 15 Richard Jeni
August 18 Wizard of Oz: Live State Presentation.
August 20 Carrot Top.
August 26 Michael W. Smith featuring Wilshire with special guest Chris Rice.
August 29, 30 Good Guys. Motor City Nationals. "Featuring 1500 cars, Live entertainment"

1999  
June 15 Elvis Costello with Steve Nieve
June 26 Ani DiFranco with Maceo Parker.
July 1 Gordon Lightfood.
July 3 Get Back! Cast of Beatlemania!
July 4 The Neville Brothers. Little Feat.
July 6 Boz Scaggs.
July 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Opening Fanfare"
July 10 Aladdin.
July 10 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Beethoven Outdoors.
July 11 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Burt Bacharach. "
July 14 Faith Hill with Jexxica Andrews.
July 15 Air Supply.
July 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Pictures at an Exhibition"
July 17 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Beethoven's Emporer"
July 18 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "A Gershwin Gala"
July 21 Carrot Top
July 23 Sleepy Beauty.
July 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Handel & Vivaldi"
July 24 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Mozart in the Meadow"
July 25 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "A Song of Broadway?
July 28 Cowboy Junkies.
July 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Symphonic Blockbuster"
July 31 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "The Planets"
August 1 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Big Band Bash!"
August 4 Dan Fogelberg with Jill Jack.
August 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra." Tchaikovsky Spectacular"
August 7 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Tchaikovsky Spectacular"
August 8 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. "Hollywood by Starlight"
August 10 Cinderella.
August 13 Weird Al Yankovic.
August 21 Don McLean with Jim Messina.
August 22 Alice in Wonderland.
August 27 Peter, Paul & Mary.
Sept. 10 Jethro Tull.

2000  
May 23 Meadow Brook Music Festival & Pine Knob Music Theatre Opening Act Contest Finals.
May 25 Tricia Yearwood with Jessica Andrews
May 27 Andre Rieu & the Johann Strauss Orchestra.
June 3 Ellen DeGeneres
June 21 Franklin the Turtle & The Magic Fiddle with Joanie Bartels.
June 23 Pure Prairie League. Poco.
June 24 Steven WRight.
June 25 The Chieftains. Los Lobos.
June 26 B.J. Thomas with Billy Joe Royal.
June 30 Weird Al Yankovic.
July 1 Martina McBride
July 2 Get Back! The Cast of Beatlemania.
July 3 Todd Rundgren with Leon Russell.
July 7, 8, 9 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
July 12 Maurice Sendak's Little Bear with Eric Nagler.
July 13 Natalie Merchant.
July 14, 15, 16 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
July 18, 19 "Grease" featuring Cindy William & Eddie Mekka.
July 21, 22, 23 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
July 26 Scholastic's The Magic School Bus ... Live! with Norman Foote.
July 28, 29, 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
August 4, 5, 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Neeme Jarvi, conductor.
August 10 John Berry. Suzy Bogguss. Billy Dean.
August 12 Rick Springfield.
August 13 Peter Paul & Mary. 40th Anniversary.
August 24 Wimzie's House with Linda Arnold.
August 25, 26 Trinity Irish Dance Company.
August 27 Terri Clark.
September 1 Lonestar.

2011  
May 28 Cirque d'Or
June 6 Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs, with special guest Secret Sisters and Brandi Carlile.
June 23 All-Star Magic Show
June 24 Buddy Guy with special guest Quinn Sullivan / Jonny Lang.
July 8 1964 .. the Tribute.
July 14 If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.
July 16 Comedian Demetri Martin.
July 17 Goo Goo Dolls with special guest Michelle Branch and Parachute.
July 23 O.A.R. with special guest Soja.
July 29 Direct from Las Vegas: "The Dirty Joke Show starring Geechy Guy
August 6 Comedian Jum Gaffigan.
August 11 Crhis Isaak.
August 12 Los Lonley Boys. Los Lobos.
August 13 Family Day on Broadway (2:00 p.m.)
August 13 100 Years of Broadway (8:00 p.m.)
August 19 Return to Forever with special guest Zappa Plays Zappa.
August 21 George Thorogood & The Destroyers.
August 25 Children's Classic Rapunzel "Untangled"
August 26 Laugh-A-Palooza with comedian Ted Alexander plus Ben Konstantin, Martez Lareece and Nate Fridson.
August 27, 28 Wine & Food Festival.
August 27 Getback! Cast of Beatlemania.
August 28 Barrage. Fiddle Spectacular.
September 10 MMA Cage Fight Festival.

2012  
June 8 Earth, Wind & Fire
June 22 Counting Crows
June 28 David Gray
June 29 Buddy Guy, with Jonny Lang
July 1 Sarah McLachlan: Summer Symphony Orchestra Tour
July 4 Death Cab for Cutie, and City and Colour
July 18 Further: featuring Phil Lesh & Bob Weir.
July 19 Puss in Boots
July 20 "1964 ... The Tribute" - Beatles tribute
July 21 O.A.R.
August 4 Trespass America Festival: Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage & Trivium
August 5 Ralphie May
August 7 Train, with Mat Kearney and Andy Grammer
August 11 100 Years of Broadway
August 14 My Morning Jacket & Band of Horses
August 23 Aladdin
August 24 Il Volo
August 25 Get Back! The Cast of "Beatlemania"
August 26 Laugh-A-Palooza
Sept. 7 & 8 "Rocky Mountain Horror Show"
Sept. 15 MMA Cage Fight Festival



Created on9/22/10 by Shirley Paquette / Last updated on 8/25/13 by Linda Hildebrand
Oakland University

Oakland University, Kresge Library
2200 N Squirrel Rd., Rochester, MI 48309
(248) 370 - 4426