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Featuring the Grand Rapids Ballet, this concert is expected to be one of the most spectacular season openers in Battle Creek Symphony history. With pieces from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake to George Gershwin’s Who Cares, you are sure to enjoy this special evening.
Battle Creek Community Chorus and Albion College Choir join us in one of the greatest pieces of music ever written. This epic symphony speaks the truth of universal brotherhood with its famous Ode to Joy anthem. Acclaimed soloists, a 250-voice choir, and the Battle Creek Symphony will shake the rafters with the sounds of Beethoven’s masterpiece.
Introducing Rachel Potter, X Factor finalist, who is described as a “powerhouse and a delight.” She will lead the fun this holiday season along with cameo appearances by old friends, audience sing-alongs, and much more to get you into the Christmas spirit.
This tribute concert features virtuoso genius and Battle Creek Brass Band favorite Rex Richardson on trumpet. You’ll hear music from “The Big Three,” including Louis Armstrong, George Gershwin, and Duke Ellington.
Featuring the Gilmore Young Artist in collaboration with the Gilmore Keyboard Festival. Every two years, Battle Creek audiences wait with anticipation to see who the Gilmore Keyboard Festival selects as their “Gilmore Young Artist.” You’ll be one of the first to discover the talents of the 2016 “Gilmore Young Artist” winner, destined to become one of the next generation of piano superstars. The season comes to a close with the Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony, played on the 4,616 pipes of the glorious Aeolian-Skinner organ originally donated by music lover W. K. Kellogg.
Did you know that the Battle Creek Symphony is part of The Music Center? Click here for information on all of the classes and ensembles we have to offer.