CHORAL & FOLK
Presented by The College of Saint Benedict at CSB Benedicta Arts Center - Escher Auditorium
April 11, 2015
The College of Saint Benedict is hosting five collegiate women’s choirs from around the state in a concert titled, “Still I Rise.”
The concert, which includes CSB, the College of St. Scholastica, University of Northwestern – St. Paul, St. Cloud State University and the University of St. Thomas, will be held at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, April 11, in Escher Auditorium, Benedicta Arts ...More
April 3, 2015
Opening for Mr. Gorka will be our own local artist Dave Cofell.
Many well known artists have recorded and/or performed John Gorka songs, including Mary Chapin Carpenter, ...More
April 10, 2015
Dave & Mandy’s debut duo album, Seed of a Pine was recorded in Chicago during the summer of 2011 with renowned producer Zach Goheen and includes contributions from a ...More
April 17, 2015
Michael Johnathon is a folksinger, songwriter, concert performer, author who created and hosts the worldwide broadcast of the WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour with a radio audience ...More
April 24, 2015
For 17 years, J.P. Cormier has quietly lent his formidable talents to the production and recording of over 40 albums and worked with a wide variety of studio musicians. He also ...More
April 25, 2015
The St Cloud Singings Saints are back for their annual Spring performance, and this time with third-place international medalists, A Mighty Wind....More
Presented by Great River Regional Library System
April 25, 2015
Songwriter Marienne Kreitlow's extensive creative journey was forged by the music of our shared American legacy. From silly stories to stirring anthems she invites us to step back ...More
Presented by Monroe Crossing at Paramount Theatre
April 26, 2015
Join Minnesota Center Chorale and Monroe Crossing as they perform The World Beloved; A Bluegrass Mass. Originally commissioned and premiered by VocalEssence, this masterpiece, ...More
|Her Story, Her Song|
In its 14th year, the Her Story, Her Song concert gives performers and audience members an opportunity to explore life from the feminine perspective. Each year, Her Story, Her Song establishes a connection with a community agency providing services to women and children.
|St. Cloud State University- SCSU School of the Arts||04/28/15||St. Cloud|
Comas is a celtic-music quartet with a multinational membership, featuring fiddle (Aidan Burke), guitar, bouzouki, and cittern (Philip Masure), pipes and flutes (Isaac Alderson), and bodhran (Anna Cotillon). Their repertory is "firmly rooted in traditional Irish music, but open to anything that comes along the way" (FolkWorld). Over the last decade the band has played the major festivals of Europe and North America.
|Granite City Folk Society||04/29/15||St. Cloud|
|The Local Roots Series Presents Gone Fishin’|
The Paramount welcomes back a local contemporary southern gospel group for this final show in the 2014-2015 Local Roots Series. Their up tempo, high energy, power packed musical event will surely lift the souls of all in attendance. This group reaches audiences of all ages from grade school children, to mom and dad, to grandma and grandpa. 90 minutes of the most positive and inspirational singing and messages focused entirely on the gospel.
|Paramount Theatre and Visual Arts Center||05/03/15||Saint Cloud|
|Douglas Wood and the Wild Spirit Band|
Wild Spirit is Douglas Wood, son Bryan Wood, and good buddy Steve Borgstrom (aka “Holly-Wood”). They play superb acoustic music — standards, bluegrass, folk, jazz, traditional, with a heaping helping of quality originals.
Douglas Wood is the best-selling author of 30 books, with over two and a half million copies in print. Among his titles are the classic, Old Turtle, and Franklin and Winston: A Christmas That Changed The World. He has won the Christopher Medal, the...
|Granite City Folk Society||05/08/15||St. Cloud|
I have released three albums through Any Kind Of Music since I began in 2009. My first, “Trains, Cars & A Trip To Mars” was started in the fall of 2009 as I began songwriting to entertain my kids. It includes “You Are My Sunshine,” a personal favorite, and was featured in Parents magazine in 2010.
I began a more serious pursuit of music after losing my nephew to cancer.
My second album “Embrace” was released in August 2012. Embrace is an...
|Granite City Folk Society||05/13/15||St. Cloud|