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Letter from the President

Dear Members of Tuesday Musicale:


The occasional cool day is a reminder that it’s time to turn our thoughts away from the relaxing days of summer and start thinking about what lies ahead.


The management of Tuesday Musicale is most grateful to all those who combined their skills to make the 2022-2023 concert year one of the best in recent memory. Deserving special thanks are the members of the Concert Program Committee. Under the inspiring chairmanship of Bonnie Brooks, individually and collectively they were responsible for selecting the performers, devising the programs, determining the locations, arranging the lunches and performing the many other duties that make the difference between successful and not-so-successful events. We have every reason to look forward to a repeat performance in 2023-2024.


While the concerts were first rate, attendance at our concerts, while good, was not what the quality of the performances merited. So why should you come to our concerts when you can hear much of the same music electronically? The answer is that regardless of how sophisticated your speakers and headphones are, they cannot reproduce the ambience of a performance space. There is also something special in the connection that occurs between performer and audience in a live performance. So, please be good to yourselves and come to our concerts and bring your friends. You will not regret doing so!


Your first opportunity will be on September 19 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Clare of Montefalco Church in Grosse Pointe. (For reservations for the lunch following the concert, see click here.) Of special interest will be a performance by the young violin virtuoso Nikolas Simon. I look forward to seeing you there.


Eric Winter, President

October Concert - Affectuoso Autumn
October Concert - Affectuoso Autumn
Oct 10, 7:00 PM
Grosse Pointe Unitarian Church

The Tuesday Musicale of Detroit


In the year 1885, twelve women pianists met to form a club wherein they would have an opportunity to perform for one another in order to maintain their professional performance skills. Little did they know of the group's future and how it would sustain itself for 137 years to date and that it would eventually come to be known as The Tuesday Musicale of Detroit. Today, The Tuesday Musicale of Detroit continues the legacy of the original founders by presenting the finest in professional concerts and contributing in various ways to the music community.

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