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Free Concerts Slated for Tuesday, Thursday

Guitarist Xavier Jara performs a free concert The general public is invited to two free concerts this week at Kalamazoo College. The Grand Valley String Trio — consisting of Megan Crawford, violin; Pablo Mahave-Veglia, cello; and Paul Swantek, viola — will perform Beethoven’s Serenade, Op. 8 and the Intermezzo … Continue reading

Kalamazoo Philharmonia Concert Slated for Saturday

Andrew Koehler directs the Kalamazoo Philharmonia The Kalamazoo Philharmonia, an orchestra of Kalamazoo College and the community, will have a concert at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Dalton Theater of the Light Fine Arts Building. The concert, titled “Americas,” will feature composer Sean Neukom and soloist … Continue reading

Lecture to Explore Intersection of Math and Music

Math and Music speaker David Kung For David Kung, the relationship between math and music goes far beyond alliteration. The star of a series of popular video lectures explaining the applications of mathematics to the world around us, especially music, Kung will deliver the annual Kitchen … Continue reading

Academy Street Winds Concert Slated for Saturday

Academy Street Winds rehearsal Music lovers will gather at 8 p.m. Saturday for an Academy Street Winds concert at Dalton Theater in the Light Fine Arts Building. The Academy Street Winds, formerly known as the Kalamazoo College Symphonic Band, functions as a beloved creative … Continue reading

Choral Group Tours with Social Justice-Themed Concert

College Singers Rehearse Social Justice-Themed Concert The College Singers, a 24-voice choral ensemble that performed a sold-out show at Kalamazoo College in the fall, will perform in Farmington Hills, Mich., and Chagrin Falls, Ohio, bringing a social justice-themed concert to other communities. The program features music … Continue reading

BachFest Christmas! a Major Debut for New Music Director

New Music Director Christopher Ludwa Speaking about his ambitions for the Kalamazoo Bach Festival, new Music Director Christopher Ludwa talks about what inspires him. Johann Sebastian Bach, the festival’s namesake? A reverence for the ancient traditions of choral music? The long history of the organization … Continue reading

Performance Competition Brings Music Students to K

Michigan Music Teachers Association Performance Competition Kalamazoo College welcomes the students visiting this weekend for the Michigan Music Teachers Association Performance Competition for solo and chamber instrumentalists. Performances will be at Recital Hall, Dalton Theater and the band room at the Light Fine Arts Building. For … Continue reading