Two Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra concerts named among best arts events of 2012

Two of the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra's concerts are included on the Saginaw News' list of the best arts events of 2012. “Now in his third year at the helm of the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Brett Mitchell still creates a new soundscape in Saginaw, drawing from classic and contemporary, telling a story in the process and occasionally sharing the stage with others in the Great Lakes Bay Region. 'Shakespearean Dreams'…was so beautiful…a beacon that made collaboration more than a buzzword.” The two performances featured in the article are February 2012's coproduction of Shakespeare's and Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream with Pit and Balcony and Saginaw Choral Society, as well as March 2012's collaboration with visual artist Kellie Schneider, whom the orchestra commissioned to create seven original illustrations based on Ravel's Mother Goose. The complete feature can be read here.