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ISSUE 118 VOL 4 PUBLISHED 10/8/2004

Arts and Entertainment

Singer Ben Folds, a full house

A sold-out crowd of 3,000 St. Olaf students and other guests packed Skoglund Auditorium on Saturday night to rock out to the piano prowess and vocal stylings of Ben Folds. The emotionally-charged show kept the audience on their feet and begging for more after Folds finished his electrifying set.

It's not easy being 'green'

Thanks to Kermit the Frog, we all know its not that easy being green. And, thanks to Mark Allister and friends, attendees of Wednesday evenings book reading in Viking Theater understand that its also not that easy being (or understanding) a green man.

Fiddle sticks

Question: What do Edvard Grieg, a rams horn and Yankee Doodle have in common? Answer: Each was played on the Hardanger fiddle during Karen Solgårds recital on Sunday, Oct. 3 in Urness Recital Hall.

A Rose Ensemble by any other name

A large and curious crowd gathered in Boe Chapel last Friday night to hear the ancient Mediterranean choral program Cantiga! The Cult of the Virgin, presented by the Twin Cities-based Rose Ensemble.

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