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ISSUE 117 VOL 6 PUBLISHED 10/31/2003

Arts and Entertainment

Cantorei sounds make waves

Last Tuesday, the St. Olaf Cantorei became the first choral group ever to record in an anechoic chamber. They sang for a small group of onlooking scientists from 3M and the Wenger Company, who recorded the choir for the purpose of furthering acoustical studies.

Orchestra home from the West

Capping a 10-day domestic tour, the St. Olaf Orchestra delivered a thrilling concert to a full house at Skoglund Auditorium on Monday night. The two-hour concert, conducted by Music Professor Steven Amundson, featured performances by a pair of Orchestra soloists as well as works by 20th-century American composers Samuel Barber and George Gershwin.

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