Galva Arts Council featured in national virtual concert series


Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the third season of the Levitt AMP Galva Music Series was postponed, however, all is not lost this year.

The Levitt Foundation put together the Levitt AMP Virtual Music Series, a series of performances that can be watched online from the many awardees of the grants that fund the various concerts around the country.

The free virtual music series will feature artists from across the country, spreading from the east coast all the way to the west coast, including up in Alaska and Florida.

It all kicked off Saturday, June 20, with a show from Levitt AMP Galva, featuring Midwestern folk artist Chicago Farmer and Americana musician Edward David Anderson.

The video was filmed and produced by LMV Productions during the “Play It Forward” campaign. That campaign brought financial aid to 20 area musicians and included clips of a documentary produced about the Levitt AMP Galva Music Series by Gary Metivier.

The Levitt AMP Virtual Music Series schedule can also be seen on their website, with shows starting at 7:00 pm on the date shown.