Concerts

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Adia Victoria mixes art and politics

Up-and-coming blues-rock artist and cultural critic Adia Victoria performed at Calvin in the Recital Hall last weekend. ...

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Noah Gundersen captivated audience with acoustic set

With no fanfare, Noah Gundersen walked onto the stage, sat down and began to play. In the dark and drowsy heat of the ne...

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The Mountain Goats bring self-aware commentary to performance

This past Thursday night, as part of the Festival of Faith and Writing, a prominent indie-punk-humanist group, The Mount...

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Ben Rector performs “pop with a purpose” to sold out CFAC crowd

Ben Rector, a 29-year-old pop musician who has already reached the Top Twenty on the Billboard Album Chart, visited Calv...

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Audience reflective after Daughter’s ambient and introspective performance

Daughter, an independent rock group based out of London, played at Calvin this past Wednesday. The warm yet slightly mis...

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Gallant to bring inventive R&B sounds to Calvin

Gallant is the newest artist labeled and associated with the new wave of R&B. While his music contains elements of c...

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Drew Holcomb performed personal folk concert

Known for their hit “Live Forever,” Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors graced the CFAC last Saturday night with outstand...

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Sylvan Esso steals hearts with genre-bending pop

On Friday, September 25, Durham, N.C. duo Sylvan Esso played to over 1,000 concertgoers in Calvin’s auditorium. Not on...

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“Sylvan Esso” delivers a new sound to Calvin

Student Activity Office(SAO) hosted Sylvan Esso for a concert on Calvin’s campus on Friday, September 25 at 8 p.m. Ame...

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Sufjan Stevens returns to Calvin College for sold-out show

“It’s good to be back in the mother country,” Michigan native Sufjan Stevens quipped in the CFAC last Tuesday, per...