Troy Metro Symphony Orchestra & Thistle Rose Academy of Arts Join Forces to Present Duruflé’s “Requiem”

Troy Metro Symphony Orchestra is collaborating with Thistle Rose Academy of Arts to share some beautiful music at another FREE community concert on Saturday, May 11th at 7 PM, followed by a reception. A small ensemble of TMSO musicians (double string quartet, trumpet & timpani) will be under the direction of TMSO’s own Travis Cook as he leads the Thistle Rose Concert & Chamber Choirs in Maurice Duruflé’s “Requiem.” It will be a reverent, reflective, yet powerful evening you don’t want to miss! While this is a FREE concert, donations are gratefully received. Both performing groups are nonprofit, volunteer organizations that rely on the generosity of donors to fund & further their missions in the community. (All donations are tax-deductible.)

Date: Saturday, May 11th
Time: 7 PM
Location: Trinity in the Woods, 26880 La Muera Street, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
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Troy Metro Symphony Orchestra is a nonprofit 501(c)3 volunteer community orchestra of all ages, from highschoolers to retirees! They perform free classical & sacred concerts for the the dual purpose of glorifying God through their music, as well as sharing beautiful symphonic music with the community. TMSO is a teaching orchestra with a vision to educate their audiences about the repertoire & composers they perform in each concert – even providing music activity sheets for children to involve them during their concerts. For more information, visit their website:

Thistle Rose Academy of Arts is based in Farmington Hills. They are a fun inclusive, non-profit, 501(c)(3) musical/theatrical group that seeks to engage community members of all ages, walks of life and skill levels to explore, grow and practice the arts. From performing arts, to technical arts, to culinary arts and applied arts, they seek to provide a collaborative, safe environment to learn and hone their crafts. They seek to train and support artists by providing affordable arts education programs and promoting life-long learning intergenerationally. They develop and provide opportunities to perform, practice, perfect and promote the performing and applied arts to all of their members, with varying levels of difficulty. They are a community who seeks out other organizations to partner with to provide awareness, help, charity and enrichment. For more information, visit their website:

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