Sunday Classical Concert Series

Sundays at 2:00pm
October 19 – March 22, 2015

Every Sunday at 2:00 pm, enjoy live classical music performances set amidst GRAM’s beautiful architecture and art. Free with Museum admission. Seating is first come, first served.

GRAM’s Sunday Classical Concert Series resumes this fall! This series began modestly in the fall of 2008 with 20 people in attendance. Today, the concerts attract a couple hundred guests each Sunday. GRAM is a unique venue for experiencing live classical music amidst the Museum’s beautiful architecture. The series is a showcase of 20 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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FALL 2014

NOVEMBER 2
Ensemble Montage

NOVEMBER 9
Beethoven Sextet
Paul Austin and The Royals

NOVEMBER 16
Giuseppe Lupis: Le Tombeau de Piano 2.0
Giuseppe Lupis, piano

NOVEMBER 23
ESME (Eclectic String Music Ensemble): Cover to Cover
Gene Hahn, violin
Alicia Gregorian Sawyers, cello

NOVEMBER 30
Clarin-Eclectic
Clarinetists: John Varineau, Suzy Bratton, Joel Schekman, and Arthur Campbell

DECEMBER 7
Gregory Maytan: Four Centuries of Solo Violin Virtuosity
Gregory Maytan, violin
with special “Focus on Youth” guest violinist Paolo Dara

DECEMBER 14
Piano Four Hands
Nicole Lee, piano Joseph Bognar, piano

DECEMBER 21
AraMel: a Hammers and Bow Ensemble
Stephanie Arado, violin Laura Melton, piano

WINTER 2015

JANUARY 18
Folias: Flute and Guitar Duo
with special guest Christopher Martin violin and viola

JANUARY 25
Manitou Trio: Northern Lower Michigan’s Premier String Trio
Cris Campbell, cello
Renee Skerik, viola
Stephanie Arado, violin

FEBRUARY 1
Ed Mallett & Fareed Haque
Ed Mallett, tuba and euphonium Fareed Haque, guitar

FEBRUARY 8
Spektral Quartet

FEBRUARY 15
Mei-Hsuan Huang & Joyu Lee Perform Rachmaninoff
Mei-Hsuan Huang, piano Joyu Lee, cello

FEBRUARY 22
Kembang Suling:
Music for Flute and Percussion Chris Kantner, flute
Greg Secor, percussion

MARCH 1
The MSU Wind Quintet:
The Germanic Wind Tradition Richard Sherman, flute
Jan Eberle, oboe
Guy Yehuda, clarinet
Michael Kroth, bassoon Corbin Wagner, french horn

MARCH 8
Castalia: From a Woman’s Pen
Melissa Hamlen, violin Leslie Van Becker, viola Alicia Eppinga, cello Mary Scanlan, piano

MARCH 15
Ralph Votapek
Ralph Votapek, pianist

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