The Grand Rapids Symphony is kicking off its 2018-2019 season this weekend with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7.
We’ve found five artsy things for you to do this September. From seeing a play, listening to music or to going to ArtPrize, you’ll have lots to choose from.
This weekend Grand Rapids has all kinds of fun outdoor and indoor activities to enjoy. With two performances by the Grand Rapids Symphony, two performances at the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre and more, it’s going to be hard to choose! Sorry, not sorry.
Jacomo Bairos, Miami based Portuguese-American conductor, has conducted in symphonies pretty much all over the country, including St. Louis, San Diego and Florida. Having performed many times with the Grand Rapids Symphony, he’s coming back on Friday, Aug. 3 with Ben Folds for a concert at the Cannonsburg Ski Area at 7:30 p.m.
If you enjoy live music, this is your weekend! You’ll have three opportunities to see Grand Rapids Symphony musicians perform during three outdoor concerts. You can also focus on your fitness to the tunes of DJ Adrian Butler during a special yoga, beats & brunch event at one of our newest downtown restaurants. That’s not all. See what else is happening in Grand Rapids this weekend!
Get ready to sit back and be entertained this weekend! It’s opening weekend of Circle Theatre’s production of Tony Award winning musical “Fun Home.” Grand Rapids Symphony kicks off its 24th annual Picnic Pops summer concert series. You can also enjoy a bit of nostalgia with Appetite for Destruction, a Guns N’ Roses tribute band visiting the 20 Monroe Live stage. That’s not all. Check out all of our weekend picks!
This July in Grand Rapids is packed full of outdoor activities for everyone to enjoy! We found five fantastic events that will make your summer even better. Just don’t forget your sunscreen!
With the help of a $1 million grant from the Wege Foundation, the Grand Rapids Symphony is creating a 21st-century orchestra to serve not only classical music lovers but the community as a whole.
The Grand Rapids Symphony and Chorus will take center stage at Carnegie Hall on April 20, playing a selection of beautiful, illustrious pieces by Brazilian, Spanish and French composers. But before taking off for the Big Apple, the orchestra will preview its playlist for Grand Rapids on April 13 and 14 at DeVos Performance Hall.
You can start daydreaming about enjoying summer picnics against the backdrop of a lively soundtrack now. The Grand Rapids Symphony announced its Picnic Pops summer concert series lineup.