GRAM on the Green with WYCE 88.1FM: Organissimo

 

GRAM on the Green with WYCE 88.1FM: Organissimo

August 2, 2018, 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

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GRAM on the Green is back and better than ever! The annual outdoor summer concert series returns for its tenth season with a hot lineup of seven performances from some of the best local and regional acts. Make the most of your summer evenings and join GRAM for Thursday nights filled with FREE outdoor live music, dancing, food trucks, and a cash bar. Come for the music, and stay for the art, as the Museum is also open late for Meijer Free Thursday Nights!

About Organissimo:
Organissimo stretches the boundaries of traditional organ trios by blending elements of funk, blues, Latin rhythms and progressive rock. Dubbed by the Chicago Tribune as one of the most promising organ trios in Jazz, Organissimo has played hundreds of jazz festivals and jazz clubs. Some of the more notable ones are: Detroit International Jazz Festival, Chicago Jazz Festival, Tel-Aviv Jazz Festival in Israel, Syracuse Jazz Festival, Baker’s Keyboard Lounge, The Green Mill, The Jazz Cafe, and many others. Organissimo is comprised of members Jim Alfredson (Hammond organ), Larry Barris (guitar) and Randy Marsh (drums).

Performances are held outdoors on the Museum Terrace and will take place rain or shine. For more information, please contact pr@artmuseumgr.org or 616.831.2917.

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GRAM on the Green with WYCE 88.1FM: Major Murphy with Frankie & Myrrh

 

GRAM on the Green with WYCE 88.1FM: Major Murphy with Frankie & Myrrh

August 9, 2018, 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Become a member

GRAM on the Green is back and better than ever! The annual outdoor summer concert series returns for its tenth season with a hot lineup of seven performances from some of the best local and regional acts. Make the most of your summer evenings and join GRAM for Thursday nights filled with FREE outdoor live music, dancing, food trucks, and a cash bar. Come for the music, and stay for the art, as the Museum is also open late for Meijer Free Thursday Nights!

Event Schedule:
Frankie & Myrrh: 6-7 p.m.
Major Murphy: 7:30-8:30 p.m.

About Major Murphy
Grand Rapid-based trio, Major Murphy makes a laid-back brand of harmony-rich indie rock with dream-like pop. The group formed in 2015 behind the songwriting of singer/multi-instrumentalist Jacob Bullard. Jacki Warren (synth/bass/vocals) and Brian Voortman (drums). A home-recorded debut EP called Future Release arrived later in 2015, and the trio soon committed to performing live regularly and went on their first tours. Not long after releasing their first EP, Major Murphy was signed by independent record label Winspear.

About Frankie & Myrrh
Based out of Grand Rapids, the all-female ensemble, Frankie & Myrrh create uplifting music that radiates good vibes through catchy bass lines, melodic guitar, soft vocals, and drums. Members Vanessa DeCouto, Leah Schumaker, Danielle Dunn and Allison Oard form an insanely unique group that channels collaboration and confidence.

Performances are held outdoors on the Museum Terrace and will take place rain or shine. For more information, please contact pr@artmuseumgr.org or 616.831.2917

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GRAM on the Green with WYCE 88.1FM: May Erlewine

 

GRAM on the Green with WYCE 88.1FM: May Erlewine

August 16, 2018, 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

Become a member

GRAM on the Green is back and better than ever! The annual outdoor summer concert series returns for its tenth season with a hot lineup of seven performances from some of the best local and regional acts. Make the most of your summer evenings and join GRAM for Thursday nights filled with FREE outdoor live music, dancing, food trucks, and a cash bar. Come for the music, and stay for the art, as the Museum is also open late for Meijer Free Thursday Nights!

About May Erlewine
One of the most prolific and passionate songwriters of her generation, May Erlewine creates music that shows a real connection and concern with everyday life. May pulls inspiration from a wide variety of sounds and influences to create a blend of traditional folk, old time country swing, soul and rock and roll. May is a member of the Earthwork Music Collective, a group of independent artists who share resources and talents to raise both community and self-awareness, along with facilitating and encouraging original music in the state of Michigan.

Performances are held outdoors on the Museum Terrace and will take place rain or shine. For more information, please contact pr@artmuseumgr.org or 616.831.2917.

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Sunday Classical Concert Series: Spanish, French, and American Favorites

Sunday Classical Concert Series: Spanish, French, and American Favorites

February 18, 2018, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Helen Lukan, piano
Dr. Stephan Jones, trumpet

Every Sunday during fall and winter you can enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and galleries. Seating is first come, first served.

This concert series is a unique showcase of 16 performances by world-renowned musicians, and is open to the public with general admission, and free for all GRAM members.

Come for the music, stay for the art!
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Sunday Classical Concert Series: Music of Our Time

Sunday Classical Concert Series: Music of Our Time

February 25, 2018, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Ensemble Montage

Every Sunday during fall and winter you can enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and galleries. Seating is first come, first served.

This concert series is a unique showcase of 16 performances by world-renowned musicians, and is open to the public with general admission, and free for all GRAM members.

Come for the music, stay for the art!
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Sunday Classical Concert Series: Reawakened Voices, Music of Leo Smit and Others

Sunday Classical Concert Series: Reawakened Voices, Music of Leo Smit and Others

October 29, 2017, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Christopher Kantner, Principal Flutist of the Grand Rapids Symphony

Every Sunday during fall and winter you can enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and galleries. Seating is first come, first served.

This concert series is a unique showcase of 16 performances by world-renowned musicians, and is open to the public with general admission, and free for all GRAM members.

Come for the music, stay for the art!
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Sunday Classical Concert Series: Dvorak Piano Quintet in A, Opus 81

Sunday Classical Concert Series: Dvorak Piano Quintet in A, Opus 81

November 5, 2017, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Andrew Le, piano
Adam Liebert, violin
Jennifer Walvoord, violin
Leslie Van Becker, viola
Alicia Eppinga, cello

Every Sunday during fall and winter you can enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and galleries. Seating is first come, first served.

This concert series is a unique showcase of 16 performances by world-renowned musicians, and is open to the public with general admission, and free for all GRAM members.

Come for the music, stay for the art!
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Sunday Classical Concert Series: Eclectic String Music Ensemble (ESME)

Sunday Classical Concert Series: Eclectic String Music Ensemble (ESME)

November 12, 2017, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Gene Hahn, violin
Jeremy Crosmer, cello

Every Sunday during fall and winter you can enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and galleries. Seating is first come, first served.

This concert series is a unique showcase of 16 performances by world-renowned musicians, and is open to the public with general admission, and free for all GRAM members.

Come for the music, stay for the art!
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Sunday Classical Concert Series: Daydreaming at GRAM: Fantasie with Harp and Violin

Sunday Classical Concert Series: Daydreaming at GRAM: Fantasie with Harp and Violin

November 19, 2017, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Haijin Choi, violin
Elizabeth Colpean, harp

Every Sunday during fall and winter you can enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and galleries. Seating is first come, first served.

This concert series is a unique showcase of 16 performances by world-renowned musicians, and is open to the public with general admission, and free for all GRAM members.

Come for the music, stay for the art!
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Sunday Classical Concert Series: String Fling: The Music of Steve Talaga

Sunday Classical Concert Series: String Fling: The Music of Steve Talaga

November 26, 2017, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

Christopher Martin, violin
Jenna Anderson, violin
Leslie VanBecker, viola
Will Preece, cello
Steve Talaga, piano

Every Sunday during fall and winter you can enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and galleries. Seating is first come, first served.

This concert series is a unique showcase of 16 performances by world-renowned musicians, and is open to the public with general admission, and free for all GRAM members.

Come for the music, stay for the art!
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