The Candlelight series invites Detroit audiences to experience their favorite music in an original way. With tributes to classical composers and modern-day icons such as Adele and Taylor Swift, there is a Candlelight concert for every kind of music lover.
Performing at historic Detroit venues such as Redford Theatre, The Whittier, and Christ Church, talented musicians will take to a candlelit stage. You will be reintroduced to some of the greatest songs of all time in the classical form. All you have to do is find your seat, sit back, relax, and enjoy!
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The Detroit Masonic Temple was completed in 1926. George Mason, an American architect, designed The Masonic’s lobby taking inspiration from a castle he had visited in Palermo, Sicily. The impressive light fixtures, decorative arches, and plaster decorations were designed by Corrado Parducci—an Italian-American architectural sculptor. With several breathtaking spaces available for rent throughout the building, The Masonic is a one-of-a-kind venue.
Crystal Ballroom at The Masonic
The Crystal Ballroom features classic Italian decor and is a 10,574 square foot space leaving plenty of space to be filled by the exquisite playing of a talented string quartet. Its elegant interior blends perfectly with the warm glow of hundreds of flickering candles.
Sanctuary Church Birmingham is a traditional Gothic church in downtown Birmingham. Its interior is a welcoming space thanks to the mixture of a vaulted ceiling and stone details. Pendant lighting and ornate windows are some of the decorative elements adorning this historic building. Enter into a tranquil space bathed in the glow of candlelight and let the soothing music wash over you at a classical Candlelight performance.
Established in 1845, Christ Church Detroit is one of the most notable buildings in the city. Having earned the title of the oldest Protestant church in the state, the building was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1970 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Its architecture takes inspiration from the American Gothic style and the interior woodwork is made from local butternut. Two dazzling Tiffany windows allow light to shine through the space, and slabs of limestone and sandstone have kept the building standing for over 150 years.
Dedicated to veterans and soldiers of World War II, The War Memorial in Detroit hosts over 3,000 functions annually. The venue is located on the 1910 Alger estate and boasts sweeping lakefront views, floor-to-ceiling windows, a two-story exterior patio, and a waterside ballroom. Guests can use the time before their next Candlelight concert to admire hand-carved moldings, ceiling artwork, grand stone fireplaces, and views of Lake St. Clair.
When it opened in 1928, the Redford Theatre was named “America’s Most Unique Suburban Playhouse”. Designed with a Japanese motif, the theatre’s original character is maintained whilst being supported by modern-day features. Its three-story grand foyer, full-size stage, capacity for 1,610 guests, state-of-the-art dimmer system, and Barton organ are only the beginning when it comes to exemplifying the beauty of this historic venue in Detroit.
Have you ever sat in an architecturally breathtaking venue lit only by the light of a sea of candles? Well, now you can at historic spaces in Detroit with the added delight of listening to spellbinding live music. The Candlelight series is an experience unlike any other and you won’t want to miss out!
Candlelight has been met with countless 5-star reviews, and guests have called it “a creative, enchanting, and new concert experience” and that “the performers were fantastic!”
Note that for the safety of our audience, all of the candlelight will be provided through flameless candles.