Kalamazoo Arts

September 01 2019

One of the three exhibits opening at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts this month will highlight the rich community of accomplished African

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December 01 2018

Outside Kalamazoo’s Second Reformed Church on a warm June evening, the license plate on an SUV reads QLTKAZO, while inside, the sanctuary

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November 30 2018

They may sound beautiful and crystalline, but when handbells ring this month, the music will be bittersweet for members of the Kalamazoo

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October 01 2018

There’s nothing quite as intimate as combining matters of the heart and matters of apparel, and that’s just what theater-goers will get w

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June 01 2018

Not only can you see paintings by Mary Hatch, who was featured in Encore’s May 2018 issue, you can also check out the new collab

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May 01 2018

For Kalamazoo Philharmonia conductor Andrew Koehler, when the orchestra and the Bach Festival Chorus present the North American premiere

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May 01 2018

Every May Kalamazoo hosts the Olympics of the string music world, but many local folks don’t even know it.

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April 01 2018

The next best thing to watching a professional jazz orchestra perform is watching a youth jazz orchestra perform, especially one that’s n

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April 01 2018

For two years, Allison Kennedy has been the executive director of Fire Historical and Cultural Arts Collaborative, a Kalamazoo youth spac

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April 01 2018

After 18 years, 10 Gilmore International Keyboard festivals and hundreds of performances by accomplished and aspiring artists, I have acc

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