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November 2020 | MSU In Concert


Fridays Nov. 6-20 at 7pm on 90.5FM & STREAMING | Enjoy an hour of classical music from Michigan State University's faculty artists, student ensembles, and guests.November 6

  • R. Strauss’s Ein Heldenleben (A Hero’s Life) by MSU Symphony Orchestra
  • D. Dickau’s If Music be the Food of Love, D. Forrest’s The Music of Living and MSU Spirit Song by MSU Men’s Glee Club

November 13

  • M. de Falla’s 3 Dances from the Three-Cornered Hat by MSU Symphony Orchestra
  • Amy Beach’s Sonata in a minor by Richard Sherman (flute) and Ralph Votapek (piano)
  • D. Grantham’s J’ai ete au bal by MSU Wind Symphony

November 20

  • H. Owen Reed’s Michigan Morn by MSU Symphony Orchestra and MSU State Singers
  • Debussy’s Sonata No. 3 in g minor for Violin & Piano by Walter Verdehr (violin) and RalphVotapek (piano)
  • D. Maslanka’s O Earth, O Stars by MSU Wind Symphony

November 27

  • J. Adams’ Short Ride in a Fast Machine by MSU Symphony Orchestra
  • W. Schuman’s Chester, Overture for Band by MSU Concert Band
  • R. Schumann’s Kreisleriana by Genadi Zagor (piano)

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