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ISSUE 118 VOL 13 PUBLISHED 3/11/2005

Arts and Entertainment

Niehoff wraps up residency

K.T. Niehoff, well-known dancer and choreographer from Seattle Wash., brought her distinctive modern style to St. Olaf last weekend. A dazzling student performance in Dittmann Studio One capped her brief artistic residency at St. Olaf.

'Amazing' Rilling conducts harmonious return

Boe Chapel’s pews were not as full on Sunday as the sold-out venues Helmuth Rilling usually entertains in, but the world-renowned conductor filled the chapel with resonant music. After conducting Brahms’ Requiem with St. Olaf choirs last April, Rilling brought the Minneapolis-based VocalEssence Ensemble Singers and German soprano soloist Marlis Petersen to St. Olaf.

Artists prepare for show

While other spring breakers are busy tanning themselves in Cancun, senior art majors will be working their tail feathers off in preparation for their senior art shows, opening April 24 and May 8.

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