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Grand Rapids Symphony: Symphonic Boom: Cirque De Noel
DeVos Performance HallDecember 18, 2014 7:30 PM
303 Monroe Avenue
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
The Grand Rapids Symphony has brought musical excellence and creativity to the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan since 1930. Music Director David Lockington leads the orchestra each year in eight different concert series, all designed to stimulate the imagination. The symphony is known for interactive and lively performances infused with pop culture, making concerts of both classical and contemporary music accessible to all audiences. The Grand Rapids Symphony is deeply invested in community engagement and holds its annual concert, "Symphony with Soul," to feature both local and national African-American artists. A portion of the proceeds goes into the "Young, Gifted & Black Scholarship Fund," a scholarship created by the Symphony in 2005 to support musical training for African American youth in Grand Rapids.
Wynonna Judd (born Christina Claire Ciminella) is a country music singer from Ashland, Kentucky who is perhaps best known as a part of the country music duo The Judds with her sister Ashley. Although the peak of her career occurred when she was a part of the duo throughout the 1980s, Wynonna Judd went on to pursue a very successful solo career after the group disbanded in 1991. For the past few decades, Wynonna Judd has led a comfortably subdued career as a touring performer and a major female musician who still commands the respect of fans both of her solo and group work.