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Saturday: The RFD Boys, bluegrass. Sunday:
Children's Story Telling with Barbara Schutz-
Gruber. Sunday: Bill Morrissey, singer/songwriter.
Tuesday: Kimberly M'Carver, vocalist. Wednesday:
Open Stage, you perform. Thursday: Romansky
and Phillips, singer/songwriters.
Bird of Paradise
Friday-Saturday: Suzanne Land and Friends, jazz.
Monday: Bird of Paradise Orchestra, big band.
Tuesday: Paul Keller and Company, jazz.
Wednesday: The Ron Brooks Trio, jazz.
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Friday: Southgoing Zak with Tyrone's Power
Wheel, rock Saturday: Captain Dave and the
Psychedelic Lounge Cats, weird. Sunday: Gary
Detley's Bad Attitude Arts Ensemble, blues jam.
Tuesday: The Walkabouts, Sub Pop. Wednesday:
Borax, rock. Thursday: Rain Dance.
Friday-Saturday: The Swaggering Rogues, Bay
Friday-Saturday: Rick Burgess Trio, jazz. Monday:
Rick Burgess, jazz piano. Tuesday: Rick Roe, jazz
piano. Wednesday: Harvey Reed, jazz. Thursday:
Rick Burgess, jazz piano.
Mainstreet Comedy Showcase
Friday-Saturday: Gary Lazer. Tuesday: Showcase
Night, a variety of performers. Wednesday: Best
of the Midwest.
Rick's American Cafe
Friday: The Hannibals. Saturday: Jelly Roll Blues
Band. Monday: Going Public, rock. Tuesday: M.O.D.
Wednesday: Anson Thunderberg and the Rockets
featuring Sam Myers. Thursday: Captain Dave and
the Psychedelic Lounge Cats, weird.
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Michigan Chamber Players. Pieces include
Warren Swenson's "A Melville Cycle," Hlndmith's
"Trio'and Schoenberg's "Verklaerte Nacht."
Recital Hall, School of Music, 8 p.m. Free. 763-
Creative Arts Orchestra. A 20-piece ensemble
engaging in eclectic contemporary improvisation
with multi-media collaboration directed by Ed
Sarath. McIntosh Theater, School of Music. Free.
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Silence! The Court is in Session. 6:30 p.m. See
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Les Blancs. 2 p.m. See Friday.
Early Music from the BaroquePeriod. Exactly
what the title says it is. Union, 8 p.m.
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Arts Chorale. This student chorus, conducted by
Paul Rardin with organist Karl Schrock will be
performing Britten's "Rejoice in the Lamb" and
three Mozart pieces. Hill Aud., 8 p.m. 763-4726
University Philharmonia Orchestra. Conductor
will lead the Orchestra in Verdi's "Overture to
Nabucco,"'Daugherty's "Flamingo" and Koday's
"Hary Janos: Suite" with guest cimbalom soloist
Hill Aud., 8 p.m. Free. 763-4276
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Friday: DJ the Meistro, spinning Eurobeat and new
Hip Hop. Saturday: Live band, TBA. Wednesday:
Laughtracks. Thursday: DJ P.M.S. Productions,
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Silence! The Court is in Session. A tale of social
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Nanci Griffith. Folkabilly artist. She is also an
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Something! Basement Arts performs a staged
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Les Blancs. A play by Lorraine Hansberry, author
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Fool for Love. Sam Shepard's tale of
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The Canadian Brass. This world-known quintet
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humor mixed in. Hill Aud., 8 p.m.
"An Evening of Great Romance" The Ann
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