August 6, 2014
The Student Composers Concert will feature works by four SCSU students of Composition and New Media, Cassie Fry, Mett Nelson, Sam Schlossin, and Jacob Bushman. The concert will feature works for traditional chamber ensembles such as piano trio, and also interactive electroacoustic compositions....More
August 5, 2014
Tuesday, August 5th at 1:30 and 7:00
Presented by St. Cloud Municipal Band
July 10-August 14, 2014
The St. Cloud Municipal Band has been performing great music since the 1800s. Every year, the band performs over free concerts at venues all around the St. Cloud, Minnesota area. ...More
August 14-August 15, 2014
Mr Showmanship – Liberace will be your host through a fun filled evening with the Legends of Las Vegas and beyond.
September 13, 2014
José James is a musical omnivore who transcends his reputation as a jazz singer.
September 27, 2014
With its propulsive, furious sound, Khumariyaan has reawakened the live music scene in Peshawar, Pakistan, the ancient crossroads through the Khyber Pass whose contemporary culture ...More
October 18, 2014
Experience passionate melodies, wild harmonies and richly textured arrangements that sound nothing like what you've heard out of Cuba before.
July 28-August 8, 2014
Have you ever wanted to play an African drum? This camp is an excellent opportunity for beginners to try percussion. Students will learn traditional West African percussion music on ...More
|Rock the Park V |
Rock the Park is back for another evening filled with great music and fun! Presented by Rudolph Auto and Great River Arts, Rock the Park is a free outdoor concert, and fundraiser for Great River Arts that takes place in Maple Island Park on the banks of the Mississippi in downtown historic Little Falls. Music will start at 6 pm with the opening band: Kristen Blann and Bob Gatts. Brother's Tone and The Big Groove will take the stage at 7 pm. Rock the Park will maintain it's rhythm and soul...
|Great River Arts Center||08/16/14||Little Falls|
|Piano Explorers I|
Introduce your child to the joy of piano in this classroom and keyboard lab experience for small groups of children. Music learning is fun as children are invited to explore music through piano, movement, singing, instruments, and group activities.
|Wirth Center for the Performing Arts||07/22/14-|
|Wits - featuring Maria Bamford and Jeremy Messersmith|
Wits is a weekly national public radio show hosted by John Moe and taped in front of a live audience. (that's YOU!) It features some of the top names in comedy, music, film and television: Paul F. Tompkins, David Cross, Reggie Watts, Aimee Mann, Margaret Cho, Rob Delaney, They Might Be Giants, Patton Oswalt, Neko Case, Jim Gaffigan, Hannibal Buress - they've all taken part in the show's mix of improv, sketch comedy, conversation and live music.
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||10/03/14||Saint Joseph|
Cyrille Aimée is heralded as one of the most promising jazz singers of her generation. Raised in the French village of Samois sur Seine, she cut her teeth on the musical legacy of Django Reinhardt. Every June, gypsy caravans set up encampments in nearby meadows for the annual Django Reinhardt Festival and young Cyrille fell in love with their way of life, their language and, most of all, their music.
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||10/25/14||Saint Joseph|
|Cherish the Ladies|
We're all Irish on St. Patrick's Day!
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||03/14/15||Collegeville|
With style and swagger, Black Violin smashes musical stereotypes and captivates lovers of both Bach and Beyoncé. Black Violin breaks all the rules, blending the classical with the modern to create something rare - a fresh fusion of classical, hip-hop, blues and R&B.
|CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series||03/28/15||Collegeville|