GRAM’s Classical Concert Series is Back

GRAM Sunday Classical Concert Series

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.

Performance schedule

Feb. 3

The Tom Knific Quartet: Renata Artman Knific, violin: Bruce Uchimura, cello: Susan Wiersma Uchimura, piano and Tom Knific, double bass

Feb. 10

Love is in the Air: Grace Kim, violin and Jeannette Fang, piano

Feb. 17

David Hall, assistant principal percussion and assistant principal timpani, Grand Rapids Symphony

Feb. 24

Rainer Duo

Mar. 3

A Decade of Celebrating Women Composers: Mary Scanlan, piano; Jenna Anderson, violin; Leslie VanBecker, viola; and Alicia Eppinga, cello

Mar. 10

The Oblivion Project: Gabriel Bolkosky, violin; Derek Snyder, cello; Gerald Torres, bass; Erin Vaughn, guitar; and Tad Weed, piano

Mar. 17

Erich Peterson, assistant principal horn, Grand Rapids Symphony

Mar. 24

DeVos String Quartet

Mar. 31

N3XUS Trio: Victoria Olson, bassoon; Suzanna Dennis Bratton, clarinet; and Mary Beth Orr, French horn and piano

Apr. 7

Café Music performed by Patti Garvey and Friends

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