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Stateside: Biden and Trump visit MI; shifting auto culture; GR Symphony goes virtual

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The Grand Rapids Symphony "Hallelujah Chorus" virtual performance in April. The ensemble is producing a series of six virtual concerts beginning in September to engage fans while staying safe.

Today on Stateside, a violinist from the Grand Rapids Symphony talks about rehearsing without an ensemble, and other oddities of 2020. Plus, we talk about the shift in Michigan’s car culture.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

As presidential campaigns push through Michigan, voters miss personal interaction with candidates

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Stateside’s conversation with Kat Stafford

  • Kat Stafford reports on national stories concerning race and ethnicity for the Associated Press.

US auto makers bet big on partnerships, SUVs to get through electric and autonomous future

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Stateside’s conversation with Daniel Howes and Erin Marqui

  • Daniel Howes is business columnist for the Detroit News.
  • Erin Marquis is managing editor at Jalopnik.

GR Symphony violinist on fine tuning her playing during COVID, gets ready for virtual fall season

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Stateside’s conversation with Diane McElfish Helle

  

  • Diane McElfish Helle is a violinist in the Grand Rapids symphony.
  • Support for arts and culture coverage comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.
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