The Grand Rapids Art Museum is filling its halls with classical performances again.
GRAM’s Sunday Classical Concert Series is returning.
Every Sunday from Feb. 3 to April 7 guests can experience performances from world-renowned musicians.
Shows go from 2-3 p.m. at GRAM’s Cook Auditorium.
Every concert is open to the public with general admission or free for GRAM members.
Seating is first-come, first-served.
The Tom Knific Quartet: Renata Artman Knific, violin: Bruce Uchimura, cello: Susan Wiersma Uchimura, piano and Tom Knific, double bass
Love is in the Air: Grace Kim, violin and Jeannette Fang, piano
David Hall, assistant principal percussion and assistant principal timpani, Grand Rapids Symphony
A Decade of Celebrating Women Composers: Mary Scanlan, piano; Jenna Anderson, violin; Leslie VanBecker, viola; and Alicia Eppinga, cello
The Oblivion Project: Gabriel Bolkosky, violin; Derek Snyder, cello; Gerald Torres, bass; Erin Vaughn, guitar; and Tad Weed, piano
Erich Peterson, assistant principal horn, Grand Rapids Symphony
DeVos String Quartet
N3XUS Trio: Victoria Olson, bassoon; Suzanna Dennis Bratton, clarinet; and Mary Beth Orr, French horn and piano
Café Music performed by Patti Garvey and Friends
Photo via artmuseumgr.org