June 15, 2021 - August 10, 2021
The Saginaw Art Museum is hosting its first annual Museum Tunes concert series. Plan on joining neighbors in the museum’s gardens this summer for evenings filled with music, the company of friends, and, of course, access to our collection and exhibitions. Each evening will feature musical guests from right here in Michigan. A cash bar will be available. Registration is requested although not required to attend. All ages are welcome for this open house-style opportunity to experience the beauty of the Saginaw Art Museum.
All Museum Tunes concerts are FREE
Museum Tunes is part of Saginaw Celebrates Summer sponsored by
June 15, 2021 // Doors – 6:00pm
A unique blend of harmony-laden Americana, folk-rock and knee-slapping, acoustic-driven fun’ -John Sinkevics, WYCE’s Local Spins
July 20, 2021 // Doors – 6:00pm
with special guest
Cellist and vocalist Jordan Hamilton merges musical styles to tell stories of the human experience through a variety of musical genres. A member of Last Gasp Collective and the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Jordan can be found performing primarily in the Midwest where he has opened for national acts such as Eric Roberson and Nappy Roots. His most recent release “Vibrations” is a compilation of feelings expressed in sound with no words.
August 10, 2021 // Doors – 6:00pm
with special guest
Monique Ella Rose is authentic and bold: a genre-fusing singer and songwriter, who is deeply rooted in Gospel, pure Soul, Jazz, and R&B with lyrics that encourage, uplifts, and puts you in a sway and groove.
Known for spine chilling vibrato and distinctive tonality, she was often hand picked as the opening act for Anthony Hamilton, Dwele’, Maxwell, Chrisette Michelle, Angela Winbush, Marsha Ambrosius, and many more, thus creating a buzz from Detroit through the US to the UK.
with special guest Jacob Wisenbach
Jacob Wisenbach is an active trumpeter/guitarist in the Tri-City area. Originally from Caro, Jacob studied Music Education at SVSU, and has since played and recorded with multiple groups across a variety of genres, focusing primarily on jazz.