HPL - Music
Join Ruth and Max, Muskegon’s own folk singers, for an evening of wonderful music. Ruth and Max Bloomquist have been making music together since they met in 1975 and discovered their shared love not only for each other, but for music and songs made with acoustic instruments and featuring lyrics from the heart. Ruth and Max immersed themselves in folk, bluegrass, country, singer songwriters, and other acoustic music to create a sound and style all their own. Learn more at http://ruthbloomquist.com/
This concert will be held at The Corner, on the corner of Muskegon Ave and Third Street.
Brought to you through the generosity of the Friends of Hackley Library and the Central United Methodist Church.
|Event Date||01-08-2018 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||01-08-2018 8:00 pm|
Come out to hear some of the best Inspirational/Gospel singing along the Lakeshore. The Holy Trinity Choir, led by Michelle Harris, will grace the Hackley Library stage. Joining them on the program will be Brandon Davis and the Victory in Praise Choir, a community choir comprised of Christians from various denominations from the greater West Michigan area. The choirs will perform individually and together for a truly great evening of vocal music. You won't want to miss this! Brought to the community through a generous bequest from Bess Commodore. WUVS 103.7 "The Community Station" the Beat is the media sponsor.
|Event Date||01-30-2018 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||01-30-2018 7:30 pm|
In The Tradition began in Detroit in the early 1990’s when 5 members of the Neal Henry Septet formed the Christopher James/Charles Hopkins Quintet. Over the years they became In the Tradition and found their calling. Through the works of In The Tradition they “seek to educate listeners around the world about the African story, and hook the culturally disenfranchised members of the 'Diaspora' back into their heritage, laying on them [the] ensemble's refined expression of African-American classical music, in as authentic a presentation as they can muster.” (Matt Ward, Detroit Jazz Magazine, 10-16-13)
“This band's métier is straight-ahead Jazz, unplugged and resplendent in all its acoustic simplicity and textural earthiness, and underpinned by rhythms inspired by all parts of the far-flung reaches of the African Diaspora”...Matt Ward, Detroit Jazz Magazine, 10-16-13.
Brought to the community through a generous bequest from Bess Commodore. WUVS 103.7 "The Community Station" the Beat is the media sponsor.
|Event Date||02-24-2018 2:00 pm|
|Event End Date||02-24-2018 5:00 pm|
Local Author Sherri Winston hosts a multi-media presentation incorporating an imaginative PowerPoint display, music, lively discussion and Black History trivia. The program will weave black history’s literary figures and how their presence impacted her life.
Her recent book The Sweetest Sound has recently been named one of Kirkus magazine’s best books of the year. It is coming out in January in paperback.
|Event Date||02-26-2018 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||02-26-2018 7:30 pm|
"Uneven Ground" is a four-piece traditional Celtic band that blends vocals with instrumentals to bring their listeners on a unique musical journey. They play Celtic, Irish, English, Scottish music. The members are Courtney Hutson, fiddle,vocals; Dave Closz, guitar,vocals; Tim Staudacher, mandolin,guitar; and Larry Halverson, whistle, flute.
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Brought to you through the generosity of the Friends of Hackley Library.
|Event Date||03-06-2018 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||03-06-2018 7:30 pm|