Distinguished cellist and Music Director of the Detroit Medical Orchestra, Elliot Moore and international renowned Steinway Artist and pianist, Yuki Mack perform, From Beethoven to Tango: A Benefit Concert for the Detroit Medical Orchestra.
Japanese born pianist, Yuki Mack, has dazzled audiences on three continents. Her performances include a broad range of piano works, anywhere from chamber to orchestral music, both as a soloist and piano duo. Beyond the main-stage, she has performed live on the radio in Sweden, Italy, Poland and the United States. Currently, Yuki resides in Michigan. With her deep roots in the musical community, she has established herself as a highly sought after educator and performing artist. In her spare time, she enjoys collaborating with other musicians and most recently debuted her compositions ‘Black Fire Melody’ and ‘Night Train’ live on WRCJ FM in Detroit, MI.
Elliot Moore has been the Music Director of the Detroit Medical Orchestra since 2011. He can be heard several times a week performing the theme song for National Public Radio’s radio program “All Things Considered”. He also gave a live concert on NPR playing the Septet of Beethoven. Elliot Moore’s rapidly expanding career also includes rehearsals and/or performances with Mexico’s Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, Canadian Chamber Opera of New York City, Sewanee Symphony Orchestra and Canada’s National Arts Center Orchestra, as part of its Summer Music Institute Conductors Program. After completing his doctoral work at the University of Michigan, Mr. Moore was invited back to lead programs of the University Philharmonia Orchestra and the Contemporary Directions Ensemble.