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GRAM produces concert series

October 17, 2014
| By Pat Evans |
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The Grand Rapids Art Museum’s Sunday Classical Concert Series kicks off this weekend.

The series runs every Sunday through March 22 in the museum’s lobby and Wege Pavilion.

Sunday’s kick-off concert will feature the star of the Opera Grand Rapids production of Carmen, Ginger Costa-Jackson.

The concerts are free with the purchase of general admission and to all members.

The Grand Rapids Art Museum began hosting the concerts in 2008.

GRAM Sunday Classical Concert Series
(after Oct. 19 kickoff)

Oct. 26: Flute and harp duo Beth Colpean & Ed Clifford

Nov. 2: Ensemble Montage

Nov. 9: Beethoven Sextet

Nov. 16: Giuseppe Lupis: Le Tombeau de Piano 2.0

Nov. 23: Eclectic String Music Ensemble: Cover to Cover

Nov. 30: Clarin-Eclectic

Dec. 7: Gregory Maytan: Four Centuries of Solo Violin Virtuosity

Dec. 14: Piano Four Hands

Dec. 21: AraMel: a Hammers and Bow Ensemble

Jan. 18: Folias: Flte and Guitar Duo

Jan. 25: Manitou Trio: a northern lower Michigan string trio

Feb. 1: Ed Mallett & Fareed Haque

Feb. 8: Spektral Quartet

Feb. 15: Mei-Hsuan Huang & Joyu Lee perform Rachmanioff

Feb. 22: Kembang Suling: Music for Flute and Percussion

March 1: The MSU Wind Quintet: The Germanic Wind Tradition

March 8: Castalia: From a Woman’s Pen

March 15: Ralph Votapek

March 22: Clifford Music Group: Music to Complement Art in Bloom

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