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St Cloud Film Fest - Monthly Film Series - MN Made Shorts
St Cloud Film Fest - Monthly Film Series - MN Made...

St Cloud Film Fest - Monthly Film Series - MN Made Shorts

Presented by Saint Cloud Film Fest at The Black Box Theatre

Jan 31, 2020

MN MADE SHORT FILMS One of the biggest strengths of the St Cloud Film Fest over the years has been the quality of local submissions we get. Programmer and Festival Judge Sarah Steinfeldt has put together a collection of some of her favorite films from Minnesota and has put together a great show. This is a very strong group of films and you will only find out what is being screened when you show up! The films will be screening on Friday, January 31st, 7PM at The Black Box Theatre (804 W Saint Germain Street, St Cloud, MN, 56301). This is a FREE show. https://www.facebook.com/events/616901305711289/ “This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.”

Saint Cloud Film Fest 01/31/2020 The Black Box Theatre, St. Cloud
St Cloud Film Fest - Monthly Film Series - PARASITE
St Cloud Film Fest - Monthly Film Series - PARASIT...

St Cloud Film Fest - Monthly Film Series - PARASITE

Presented by Saint Cloud Film Fest at The Black Box Theatre

Feb 07, 2020

***St Cloud Film Fest - Monthly Screening Series*** PARASITE [dir. Bong Joon-ho, South Korea] Nominated for six Oscars: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best International Film, Best Production Design, and Best Editing! In Bong’s exhilarating film, a threadbare family of four struggling to make ends meet gradually hatches a scheme to work for, and as a result infiltrate, the wealthy household of an entrepreneur, his seemingly frivolous wife, and their troubled kids. PARASITE will be screening on Friday, February 7th, 7PM at The Black Box Theatre (804 W Saint Germain Street, St Cloud, MN, 56301). Single tickets are only $5 and are available now or at the door!(https://filmfreeway.com/StCloudFilmFest/tickets) “This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.”

Saint Cloud Film Fest 02/07/2020 The Black Box Theatre, St. Cloud
Duets – Splendid Pairings of Wine and Music
Duets – Splendid Pairings of Wine and Music

Duets – Splendid Pairings of Wine and Music

Presented by St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra at St. Cloud Country Club

Feb 08, 2020

Duets is a fun and unique wine tasting event. SCSO sommelier Mark Springer will choose five fine wines to complement five chamber music selections presented by musicians of the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra. Hearty hors d'oeuvres will be served, and there will be a silent auction, wine pull, and cash bar.

St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra 02/08/2020 St. Cloud Country Club, Saint Cloud
Radoslav Lorkovic
Radoslav Lorkovic

Radoslav Lorkovic

Presented by Granite City Folk Society at Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli

Feb 14, 2020

OK, a classically-trained, Croation-born accordionist/pianist whose singing sometimes evokes Tom Waits or Randy Newman and who has released an album titled "The Po, the Mississippi." If that ain't broad-church folk/jazz/blues/rock/multi-national music, we don't know what is. When Radoslav Lorkovic isn't playing his own gigs, he's backing the likes of Odetta, Jimmy LaFave, Greg Brown, Richard Shindell, Ellis Paul, Ronny Cox, Dave Moore, Andy White, or Bo Ramsey. Note the Iowa musicians in that list--Radoslav went to school at the University of Iowa, so he's practically one of our own.

Granite City Folk Society 02/14/2020 Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli, St. Cloud
ETHEL + Robert Mirabal: The River
ETHEL + Robert Mirabal: The River

ETHEL + Robert Mirabal: The River

Presented by CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series at CSB Benedicta Arts Center - Gorecki FamilyTheater

Feb 15, 2020

ETHEL, a classically trained string quartet, and Robert Mirabal, an acclaimed Native American musician, instrument builder and three-time GRAMMY Award winner, present The River. This integral journey in instrumental virtuosity, song and storytelling honors Water as the embodiment of spirit and its essential role in life on Earth. Filled with messages of generosity, love and gratitude, The River leaves audiences with hearts healed and hope renewed. Gallery Lounge, BAC, CSB. Immediately following the performance. Meet the musicians, enjoy each other's company and snack on light appetizers. Cash bar.

CSB/SJU Fine Arts Series 02/15/2020 CSB Benedicta Arts Center - Gorecki FamilyTheater, Saint Joseph
Harper's Chord
Harper's Chord

Harper's Chord

Presented by Granite City Folk Society at Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli

Feb 21, 2020

The current lineup is Jill Moore, vocals and percussion; Roger Fink, vocals, guitar, and banjo; Evin Haukos,: vocals, fiddle, and mandolin; and Joe Meyer, upright bass. Drawing from their love of folk, blues, roots, Americana and country music, Harper's Chord offers strong, three and four-part harmonies and country-folk-grassroots-Americana material reminiscent of Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, and Union Station.

Granite City Folk Society 02/21/2020 Bo Diddley's Pub & Deli, St. Cloud
Horizons Concert
Horizons Concert

Horizons Concert

Presented by St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra at SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall

Feb 22, 2020

"Horizons" is a concert of diverse symphonic music inspired by nature and celebrating the 20thanniversary of "Music in the Gardens", a collaboration with Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society. The program begins and ends with big energy, and the interior pieces bring warm orchestral colors and warm, pastoral imagery to SCSO audiences in the midst of winter. Route 66 | Michael Daugherty Deep Summer Music | Libby Larsen Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny), featuring Great River Chorale | Johannes Brahms Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73 | Johannes Brahms

St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra 02/22/2020 SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall, St. Cloud
Mulan jr
Mulan jr

Mulan jr

Presented by Buffalo Community Theater at Discovery Auditorium

Feb 14 - Feb 23, 2020

To save her father from death in the army, a young maiden secretly goes in his place and becomes one of China’s greatest heroines.  Joined by her new warrior friends and Mushu the Dragon, Mulan learns resilience, bravery and perseverance while battling for her county and proves that anyone can be a hero. During this production, BCT will have the opportunity to introduce our young cast to Chinese culture.  Through workshops and demonstrations they will learn about the culture and the history of Chinese civilization.

Buffalo Community Theater 02/14/2020 - 02/23/2020 Discovery Auditorium, Buffalo
A Night at the Opera
A Night at the Opera

A Night at the Opera

Presented by Buffalo Community Orchestra at Buffalo Senior High School PAC

Feb 29, 2020

BCO is excited to welcome to the stage three incredible vocalists, all with ties to our community. We are all in for a treat as these individuals perform arias from well-know operas. Erica Hoops, Soprano Terry Beaudry, Tenor Nathan Herfindahl, Baritone What do Bugs Bunny, Pretty Woman, letters from camp and dancing hippos have in common? Opera! Join BCO as for the first time in their 25-year history they devote the night to music of the opera. If you are already an opera lover or maybe still on the fence, an evening full of opera favorites including selections by Rossini, Ponchielli, Verdi and Beethoven will help you realize you know more opera than you think you do! Program: Rossini: Overture to The Barber of Seville Poncheilli: Dance of the Hours Verdi: La Traviata L. Beethoven: Lenore, No. 3

Buffalo Community Orchestra 02/29/2020 Buffalo Senior High School PAC, Buffalo
Akeelah and the Bee
Akeelah and the Bee

Akeelah and the Bee

Presented by GREAT Theatre at Helgeson Learning Lab Theatre

Feb 21 - Mar 01, 2020

Underdog and hero of our story, young Akeelah has a gift for words and hopes to make it to the National Spelling Bee. With the help of her community, she might just have what it takes to make her dream come true.  Akeelah and the Bee is part of our PLAYlabs series for local artists and actors to create an adventurous range of bold, diverse, and unique theatrical experiences where the stories of our community can be shared!

GREAT Theatre 02/21/2020 - 03/01/2020 Helgeson Learning Lab Theatre, Waite Park
A Cappella Live!
A Cappella Live!

A Cappella Live!

Presented by Paramount Center for the Arts at Paramount Theatre

Mar 28, 2020

As great as it is to see and hear a cappella on screens large and small, the best way to experience vocal harmony is in person, which is why A Cappella Live was born. Built on the classic Motown review tour model, A Cappella Live is bringing four of the nation’s greatest a cappella acts to performing arts centers around America: The charming boyband sound and moves of The Filharmonic The rich harmonies of gospel/r&b legends Committed Chart-topping lead vocals and live-looping beatbox by Blake Lewis Internationally-inspired songstresses Women of the World Never before have four acts of this caliber been brought together on the same stage on the same night. Audiences will have an opportunity to hear each group perform their greatest and best-known hits as well as large-scale production numbers featuring all four groups, plus some additional special surprises.

Paramount Center for the Arts 03/28/2020 Paramount Theatre, Saint Cloud
New World Voices
New World Voices

New World Voices

Presented by St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra at SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall

Apr 25, 2020

Enjoy the diversity of "American music" by composers Leonard Bernstein, Antonin Dvorak, and Florence Price with a performance by the Grand Prize winner of the SCSO Young Performers Competition! Overture to Candide | Leonard Bernstein In Nature’s Realm | Antonin Dvorak Young Performer Competition Winner TBA Symphony No. 1 in E Minor | Florence Price

St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra 04/25/2020 SCSU - Ritsche Auditorium - Stewart Hall, St. Cloud
Music of our Heart-Land!
Music of our Heart-Land!

Music of our Heart-Land!

Presented by City of Holdingford at Holdingford American Legional Club

Feb 09 - Apr 26, 2020

Enjoy Czech, Polish and German Folk Music, Community STory Sharing and Play-Along. Bring a Music Instrument to play, Dancing and Singing Encouraged! Lunch Available! Everyone Welcome! Open to all ages. All Shows from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Sunday, February 9 - Nathan Neuman One of the most well-known Old Tyme musicians in Central Minnesota! Nathan specializes in classic German and Polish Old Tyme-style music. Sunday, March 22 - Adam and the Jolly Jammers A seven-piece ensemble from St. Augusta, MN playing traditional Czech, German and Dutchmen style music. Sunday, April 26 - DyVersiCo A multi-generational ensemble from Minneapolis that plays a wide variety of German and Polish folk music focused on traditional polkas, waltzes and schottisches. Sponsored by the City of Holdingford with support from the Holdingford American Legion, Holdingford Historical Society and Holdingford Sno-Flyers Club.

City of Holdingford 02/09/2020 - 04/26/2020 Holdingford American Legional Club, Holdingford
Gathered as One: Songs That Bring Us Together
Gathered as One: Songs That Bring Us Together

Gathered as One: Songs That Bring Us Together

Presented by Minnesota Center Chorale at Bethlehem Lutheran Church

May 03, 2020

A concert showcasing a wide variety of music which includes text or themes that inspire the magic of uniting together, bringing peace, hope, & love to all. Hear pieces by composers Joan Szymko, Tarik O'Regan, George Frederic Handel, Shawn Kirchner, & Jacob Narverud just to name a few!

Minnesota Center Chorale 05/03/2020 Bethlehem Lutheran Church, St. Cloud
Mill City String Quartet
Mill City String Quartet

Mill City String Quartet

Presented by Chamber Music Society of St. Cloud at Atonement Lutheran Church

May 23, 2020

Founded in the fall of 2007, the Mill City String Quartet seeks to create exciting and diverse concerts for listeners both familiar and new to chamber music. In addition to our season of public concerts, we also frequently collaborate with the singers of Kantorei, work with students across Central and Southern Minnesota, and have premiered several new or lesser-known chamber music works.

Chamber Music Society of St. Cloud 05/23/2020 Atonement Lutheran Church, St. Cloud

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