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 musician Dave Marlatt.

Email: cara.lieurance (at) wmich.edu

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Cara Lieurance
12:23 pm
Wed January 30, 2013

Western Brass Quintet presents new music, new tubist

The Western Brass Quintet
Credit Western Brass Quintet

The Western Brass Quintet premieres two new works Wednesday night, including Brass Quintet by composer Pierre Jalbert. 

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Cara Lieurance
12:36 pm
Tue January 29, 2013

Behind the scenes of Les Miserables

Peter Lockyer and Lawrence Goldberg
Credit Cara Lieurance

Les Miserables music director Lawrence Goldberg and Peter Lockyer, who plays Jean Valjean, trade behind-the-scenes stories of performing in the longest-running musical in history. They also share insights into the contrast between the show’s live production and the recent film. 

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5:42 pm
Mon January 28, 2013

Hymn composer to lead 'Big Sing,' spiritual retreat

John Bell at the Clifton Diocese in the United Kingdom
Credit Clifton Diocese

John Bell is famous as a Scottish composer of modern-day hymns for worship and as a BBC radio commentator. He is also in demand as a leader of spiritual retreats and community music-making. On February 10th at First Presbyterian Church in Kalamazoo, he'll lead a free, public "Big Sing,” co-sponsored by the Michigan Festival of Sacred Music. 

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Cara Lieurance
3:39 pm
Fri January 25, 2013

Members of Groov'tet reunite in their prime

Drummer Keith Hall
Credit Keith Hall

In 1993 Groov’tet, a self-propelled student jazz quartet, was formed at Western Michigan University. It launched the careers of four distinguished alumni: pianist Xavier Davis, saxophonist John Wojciechowski, bassist Matt Hughes, and drummer Keith Hall.

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Cara Lieurance
2:59 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

Musical duo links classical baroque and Scottish folk

David Greenberg and Chris Norman in WMUK's Studio A.
Cara Lieurance

Flutist Chris Norman and violinist David Greenberg are fluent in at least two musical languages: the works of 18th century Baroque composers like Bach and Telemann, and the 18th century Scottish folk tradition as practiced in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

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