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MAY FEATURED CONCERTS

JAZZ/SWING, BLUEGRASS & NEW ACOUSTIC
Grant Flick & Friends

Grant Flick, of Bowling Green, Ohio, plays, performs and teaches on violin, mandolin and tenor guitar. He has received numerous music awards including the 2013 Daniel Pearl Memorial Violin, and he was a 2015 finalist in the Walnut Valley Festival Fiddle Competition in Winfield, Kansas. Flick is currently attending the University of Michigan studying Jazz Performance. For this concert, he will be joined by members of some of his musical groups. More. Presented by Gifts of Art in partnership with Great Lakes Performing Artist Associates. Watch full concert (60 min.) anytime from the link pictured below or another in the series here.

Watch Parties
Want to hang out with friends and coworkers and watch a concert together? Click here in Chrome to start a TwoSeven watch party in a new tab. Log in with Google and your work email. Start the pictured video below, click on YouTube in lower right corner of viewing box, copy the YouTube URL, paste it into the field under the TwoSeven viewing box (blue bar), and hit enter. To invite others, share the link you used to start it. Work at Michigan Medicine and want help? Email Carrie McClintock.




CHAMBER MUSIC
Vox3Machina Duo

The name Vox3Machina references the group’s commitment to explore together both the vocal expressivity and mechanistic frontiers of their instruments, through new and established repertoire. Kathryn Goodson, piano, is an international performer, teacher and coach of both vocal and instrumental repertoires. For this performance, she will be joined by bass trombonist Randall Hawes, a master teacher who enjoys a remarkable career on orchestral, chamber music and festival stages as well as recording studios throughout the world. More. Presented by Gifts of Art in partnership with Great Lakes Performing Artist Associates. Watch full concert (58 min.) anytime from the link pictured below or another in the series here.

Watch Parties
Want to hang out with friends and coworkers and watch a concert together? Click here in Chrome to start a TwoSeven watch party in a newtab. Log in with Google and your work email. Start the pictured video below, click on YouTube in lower right corner of viewing box, copy the YouTube URL, paste it into the field under the TwoSeven viewing box (blue bar), and hit enter. To invite others, share the link you used to start it. Work at Michigan Medicine and want help? Email Carrie McClintock.





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PERFORMING & VISUAL ART RESOURCES

At this site, you can enjoy performances at your leisure from a selection of excellent regional, national & international performances in music, theatre & dance.



PRIVATE INPATIENT CONCERTS


Since May 2020, Gifts of Art at Michigan Medicine has partnered with Project: Music Heals Us to offer private real-time concerts for inpatients from remote locations. The following musicians are currently holding concerts at Michigan Medicine:


Mark DoverCLARINET MUSIC
Mark Dover

In addition to his work in the classical world, Mark Dover has an extensive background in jazz and improvised music. He is currently the clarinetist of the Manhattan Chamber Players and serves on the clarinet faculty at Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts as well as CUNY Queens College at the Aaron Copland School of Music. A graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, Mark received his Master of Music from Manhattan School of Music, and his Bachelor of Music from the U-M School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. He is part of Grammy-nominated Imani Winds. More. Presented by Gifts of Art in partnership with Project: Music Heals Us.


Imani WindsCLASSICAL WOODWINDS
Monica Ellis & Toyin Spellman-Diaz

Imani Winds co-founder, administrative director and tour manager, Monica Ellis (bassoon), received her bachelor of music degree from Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, her master of music degree from Juilliard School, and professional studies certificate from Manhattan School of Music. Imani Winds oboeist Toyin Spellman-Diaz earned her bachelors of music degree from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and her master’s and professional studies degrees at the Manhattan School of Music. In 2016, Imani Winds received their greatest accolade in their 20 years of music making: a permanent presence in the classical music section of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC. More. Presented by Gifts of Art in partnership with Project: Music Heals Us.

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