Arturo Ziraldo and The Angel's Portion

Thursday, May 27Thu, May 27 at 7:00 PM ET

Join us Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM Eastern in May for a livestream concert series featuring area musicians, broadcasting from La Luna Recording Studio in Kalamazoo’s Edison neighborhood.

Their livestream on May 27 features Arturo Ziraldo and The Angel’s Portion (featuring Cara Lieurance and Carolyn Koebel) presenting an evening of folk-influenced music in English and French with vocals, guitar, percussion, flute, accordion and more.

This one-time livestream will include songs you love in a way you’ve never quite heard them before! Join us for music from diverse artists such as Joni Mitchell, Lianne La Havas, Damien Rice and more, as well as brand-new original songs.

Please note: this show must be watched live; there will be no replay available.

About the Musicians

American violist Arturo Ziraldo is the Principal Violist of the Kalamazoo and West Michigan Symphony Orchestras. An engaging performer who believes deeply in the power of art to change the world for the better, he has performed across the world with orchestras such as the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Detroit Symphony, Orquesta Filarmonica de Jalisco and the Mainzer Virtuosi, as well as in the Saugatuck, Kent/Blossom, Spoleto USA, Casalmaggiore, Nancy (France) and Deer Valley festivals.

Cara Lieurance (flute) is best known for covering West Michigan music with live morning interviews, and produces WMUK’s Let’s Hear It weekday mornings at 10 am Mon-Fri, showcasing local interviews and performances.

Carolyn Koebel has been exploring rhythm and vibration for the past thirty years. She divides her time between hospice music therapy, teaching, and accompanying at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo College, and universities around the country, as well as touring regionally and internationally with a variety of ensembles.

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