The Granville Historical Society presents "The Sounds of History" featuring string quartet ETHEL and composer Ching-chu Hu.

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The Granville Historical Society presents “The Sounds of History” featuring string quartet ETHEL and composer Ching-chu Hu. Enjoy world-renowned string quartet, ETHEL, and award-winning composer Ching-chu Hu, Professor of Music and Director of the Vail Series at Denison University, as they bring history to life for the holi-days. Music can do many things - it can move us, unite us, and inspire us. Music can also help us remember the important events in our lives and communities. Join us for this inspiring musical showcase of history, and learn about a new project to commemorate Granville icon “Trig” Gamble through the community-supported F. Trevor Gamble Legacy Symphony. 

Made possible by a grant from the Granville Arts Commission.


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