You received your degree in Musical Theatre from Western Michigan University and you're also an up-and-coming country singer. What gave you your start? I started in the basement of our house in Portage.
It's been said that classical music is a fading genre, so what does the West Michigan Symphony do to encourage new generations of listeners and concert attendees? Find out in REVUE's Q&A session with president and CEO of West Michigan Symphon, Carla Hill.
In addition to performing with the Grand Rapids Ballet, you've also choreographed a number of works. What is it like having your colleagues perform your creations? Working with colleagues is always a wonderful experience.
As a choreographer going into the studio, I already have an idea of the dancers' strengths and their style, since I work alongside them every day.
What are your goals as the UICA's first full-time exhibitions curator? My goal as curator is to honor what Charles Eames called 'The Guest/Host Relationship' and make sure the community is invited into the new space, feels comfortable, feels welcome, and wants to return.
REVUE sat down to talk with Jasinya Sanchez, a local performer and drag queen dubbed West Michigan's hot performer. She shed light on her forray into performing and taste in music.
Guys, get yer ears raised at Foremost Barbershop (152 Fulton St. E). Located around the corner from the Cottage Bar in downtown Grand Rapids, Foremost is a convenient spot for dudes who work in the area to stop in on their break, or after work, and get their lettuce cleaned up.
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