Monthly Archives: February 2014

It Ain’t Necessarily So – Guest Blogger and Intern Adia Alli

It Ain’t Necessarily So… But perhaps, maybe it is! The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess may have a zingier title, but it still possesses its classic nature at heart. Based off the novel Porgy and originally conceived as an opera entitled,

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Top 10 Reasons to Take Your Date to see the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra

Valentine’s Day may be over, but love is still in the air! If you’re searching for the perfect date night, check out the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra when it comes to Wharton Center on Monday, February 24th! Still need a

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Events, Performing Arts

New to Classical Music? Here’s a Great Chance to Experience it Live – Guest Blogger and Intern Sarah Brunner

The St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the top orchestras in the world – recognized for its full sound, driven by the string and horn sections. So many people have experienced this orchestra live, and that is truly what

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Guest Blog, Performing Arts

This Week The Fans Become Our Guest!

Today’s Twitter Tuesday includes tweets from our loyal fanbase as well as Darick Pead from the National Tour of Beauty and the Beast, Disney Words, Wharton Center Student Marketing Organization, The Film Stage and  the Lansing State Journal!  This Week The

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Why Go to the Concert Hall? – Guest Blogger Mary Black Juttonen

This blog is written by Mary Black Junttonen, Michigan State University Music Librarian.  She holds a Master of Music Degree in Voice, a Bachelor of Music Degree in Choral Education, both from MSU, and a Master’s Degree in Library Science

Posted in At Wharton Center, Guest Blog, Performing Arts

Trisha Yearwood’s Healthy Recipes – Slimmed Down Carrot Cake

With a wide array of talents, Trisha Yearwood is one of the highest-selling female artists in country music history, and now a two-time New York Times bestselling cookbook author. Don’t miss Trisha Yearwood in concert for one night only at

Posted in Wharton Center News

Dance is the Thing – Guest Blogger and Intern Kelly Munzenberger

How does Laurie Eisenhower, Artistic Director of Eisenhower Dance, describe her ensemble’s upcoming performance at Wharton Center? “Eisenhower Dance is thrilled to be returning to the Wharton Center on Wednesday night. The Cobb Great Hall is one of the best theatres in the state for dance

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