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ISSUE 116 VOL 11 PUBLISHED 2/21/2003

Arts and Entertainment

Blame it on the bossa ‘Nova’

There were many indications — blood-curdling screams emanating from the stage of Urness Recital Hall, sound equipment filling vast portions of Studio A, and jazz professor Dave Hagedorn's sudden penchant for Granny Smith apples — that St. Olaf’s unpredictable student composers were up to more than just their usual tricks over Interim.

Heitzig writes fanfare for an uncommon man

St. Paul compser Steve Heitzeg, a native Minnesotan, has earned national recognition for his orchestral and chamber music, which often addresses important social and ecological issues of both the past and present.

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