Cara Lieurance

Announcer & Producer

Cara Lieurance covers local music with live morning interviews, and produces WMUK's Let's Hear It weekday evenings Tues-Fri, showcasing local interviews and performances. She also produces The Pure Drop, an hour of Celtic music, with volunteer Dave Marlatt.

Email: cara.lieurance (at) wmich.edu

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Local Music
11:22 am
Fri May 31, 2013

'Let's Hear It' is WMUK's new local showcase, hosted by Cara Lieurance

Host Cara Lieurance

On Let's Hear It, it's my intention to create a place to stop by nearly every weeknight at 8 pm to hear your musician friends play their music. 

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Local Music
5:30 pm
Thu May 30, 2013

Andrew Koehler conducts a vast musical playground in 'Of Gods and Men'

Andrew Koehler

Kalamazoo Philharmonia conductor Andrew Koehler unites two Parisian masterpieces, 100 years apart, in a concert called 'Of Gods and Men' in Chenery Auditorium this Saturday. Both works feature the Kalamazoo Bach Festival Chorus.

Mr. Koehler characterizes the Requiem in C minor of Luigi Cherubini as a work bridging the Classical and Romantic eras. Written in 1816 as a memorial to Louis XIV after the French revolution, it was praised by Beethoven and its innovations were later used by Brahms and Verdi.

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Let's Hear It

Cara Lieurance presents "music of the moment in west Michigan."  This is your chance to hear music recorded in our area and to hear about the musicians who perform for us - either as guests or residents.

Contact Cara through e-mail at:  cara.lieurance at wmich.edu.

Local Music
3:38 pm
Wed May 15, 2013

Stulberg Competition highlights new generation in music

Margaret Hamilton, Renata Knific, and Chris Shook
Credit Cara Lieurance

Kalamazoo has been home to one of the country's most prestigious competitions for young people for the past 38 years. Saturday, the Stulberg International String Competition returns with performances by twelve semi-finalists during the day and a final concert by six finalists in the evening. 

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Local Music
12:38 pm
Thu May 9, 2013

Anonymous 4 sings of earthly Marion, heavenly Marie

Anonymous 4
Credit Christian Steiner

The acclaimed a cappella ensemble Anonymous 4 returns to Kalamazoo to perform a program of 13th century French music Friday night. 

A joint presentation of Fontana Chamber Arts and the WMU Medieval Institute, the program blends sacred works honoring the Virgin Mary and secular songs about a fetching shepherdess named Marion.

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