Items Tagged with 'West Michigan Symphony'

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Symphony grows rooftop garden

July 4, 2014
A symphony is enjoying the view from a new rooftop garden on its second-story deck. Read More

West Michigan Symphony expands with The Block

New space is designed to encourage ‘intimate’ gatherings.

September 20, 2013
At the tail end of its 2012-2013 season, West Michigan Symphony opened its new performance space in the newly developed Russell Block building in downtown Muskegon at 360 W. Western Ave., where its offices also now are located. Read More

Inside Track: Song of home draws Dubault back to Norton Shores

West Michigan Symphony’s manager first had to learn the tunes before singing the organization’s virtues.

August 2, 2013
Cathleen Dubault had sipped wine in Rome and dined on guinea pig in Quito, Ecuador, but the Milwaukee native realized she still had problems navigating through Norton Shores, even after living there 10 years. It was a signal she needed to make a change. Read More

Who should be responsible for arts education?

Area organizations pick up some of the slack.

July 5, 2013
Who should be responsible for teaching arts education to kids and young people? Read More

West Michigan Symphony looks to Women as Muses

April 18, 2013
The West Michigan Symphony is getting a treat on Friday and Saturday, when guest conductor Teresa Cheung takes over the podium in Muskegon for the Women as Muses concert, which will also include a performance by guest violinist Elena Urioste. Read More

West Michigan Symphony embarks on $480,000 capital campaign

October 15, 2012
The West Michigan Symphony announced today that it is embarking on a $480,000 capital campaign and has already received a $250,000 lead grant from Michael and Kay Olthoff for the enhancement project. Read More