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St. Cecilia Music Center in Grand Rapids announces dynamic 2017-2018 season of music

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Submitted 10-24-2017 under NONPROFITS

St. Cecilia Music Center (SCMC) in Grand Rapids will begin a dynamic new season of music featuring the best musicians in chamber, jazz and folk music beginning on October 26, 2017. Amazing acoustic guitarist Leo Kottke will launch St. Cecilia Music...

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Grand Rapids Symphony's Pictures at an Exhibition

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Submitted 11-03-2016 under

Join Music Director Marcelo Lehninger as he conducts his last concert of the season along side guest Violinist Stefan Jackiw. Moravian-born Erich Korngold is best known for such epic film scores as The Adventures of Robin Hood with Errol Flynn, and...

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Grand Rapids Symphony's Sibelius Symphony No. 5

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Submitted 10-25-2016 under

Join guest conductor Teddy Abrams and violinist Benjamin Beilman on January 13 and 14 to experience selections from Barber, Prokofiev, Copland, and Sibelius. The most popular work by great Finland composer, Jean Sibelius, shares the bill with Aaron...

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Grand Rapids Symphony's Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

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Submitted 10-18-2016 under

Conductor Marcelo Lehninger makes his debut as Grand Rapids Symphony’s new Music Director with Russian violinist Philippe Quint performing Tchaikovsky’s beloved Violin Concerto. Lehninger also leads the orchestra in Rachmaninoff’s...

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Harpeth Rising

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Submitted 09-28-2015 under

With their brand new album, 'Shifted', debuting at No. 1 on the Folk Charts, the classically trained women of Harpeth Rising combine original, gritty lyrics with folk, roots, bluegrass, and rock on violin, banjo, cello, foot-percussion, and...

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Harpeth Rising

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Submitted 09-27-2015 under

With their brand new album, 'Shifted', debuting at No. 1 on the USA Folk Charts, the classically trained women of Harpeth Rising combine original, gritty lyrics with folk, roots, bluegrass, and rock on violin, banjo, cello, foot-percussion,...

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Heritage Hausmusik - Trio by Arnold Schoenberg

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Submitted 12-03-2014 under NONPROFITS

Songs from the Second Floor is a collection of the ephemeral performances that occur live on the air, in one take, on 88.1 WYCE. This video series is produced by GRTV in collaboration with WYCE and The Rapidian in order to capture and archive these...

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Heritage Hausmusik - Quartet in A minor Opus 132, Middle Movement (Song of Thanksgiving)

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Submitted 11-26-2014 under NONPROFITS

According to Wikipedia:Beethoven wrote this piece after recovering from a serious illness which he had feared was fatal because he had been afflicted with intestinal disorder during the entire winter of 1824-5. He thus headed the movement with the...

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Heritage Hausmusik - Quartet in A minor Opus 132, 1st Movement

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Submitted 11-26-2014 under NONPROFITS

According to wikipedia: The Quartet in A minor, Op. 132, by Ludwig van Beethoven, was written in 1825, given its public premiere on November 6 of that year by the Schuppanzigh Quartet and was dedicated to Count Nicolai Galitzin, as were Opp. 127 and...

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Harpeth Rising

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Submitted 10-21-2014 under

With multiple albums having reached the Top Ten on the Folk DJ Charts, the classically trained women of Harpeth Rising combine original, gritty lyrics with folk, roots, bluegrass, and rock on violin, banjo, cello, foot-percussion, and powerful,...

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