FCA Foundation grant enables DSO to expand ticket discounts to more concerts and perform free concerts at John D. Dingell V.A. Medical Center

Detroit – The Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) and the FCA Foundation, the charitable arm of North American automaker FCA US LLC, have announced an expansion of their partnership that aims to honor U.S. service members, veterans, and their families. The DSO and the FCA Foundation first began a partnership in 2017, and the 2018-2019 Season of the DSO’s Classical and PNC Pops Series will see the collaboration grow to reach more people, including those who have served their country.

U.S. service members, veterans, and their families can access discounted tickets to 19 DSO concerts throughout the season – triple the number of concerts offered during the prior season. Eligible concerts begin this weekend with Dancing in the Street: A Symphonic Tribute to Motown and include: all 12 Friday morning Coffee Concert performances on the Classical Series and six Friday evening performances on the PNC Pops Series, in addition to one Friday evening Classical Series concert during February’s American Panorama Winter Music Festival. See below for a complete list of eligible concerts.

The FCA Foundation’s support will also enable DSO musicians to visit Midtown Detroit’s John D. Dingell V.A. Medical Center to perform free concerts for patients, visitors, and staff.

“The FCA Foundation is pleased to collaborate with the DSO in an effort to recognize the contributions of our service members, veterans and their families,” said Shane Karr, Head of External Affairs, FCA – North America and President, FCA Foundation. “Without a doubt, it’s their sacrifices that make the freedoms we all enjoy possible, and for this we are forever grateful.”


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