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Through May 1, 2011


Sustainability: a West Michigan Journey


March 25 & 26


FraUENThaL ThEaTEr 7:30 PM Scott Speck, conductor


An evocative multi-media concert that unites spectacular


images of our region’s past and present with nature-inspired music by composers Beethoven, Sibelius, and Copland.


Sponsors & Partners: Nichols, Alcoa Howmet, Hines Corporation, Grand Valley State University, Meijer, Muskegon Chronicle, Cascade Engineering, Community


Foundation for Muskegon County, Muskegon Museum of Art Pre-glow Sponsor: Rehmann


272 Pearl St. NW • Grand Rapids, MI 616.456.3977 • www.grmuseum.org


Concert information & tickets at WestMichiganSymphony.org • 231.726.3231 x23


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Photo from Bodies Exhibit


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