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ISSUE 119 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/12/2006

Arts and Entertainment

Companydance ravishes crowd

Last weekend, the frenetic performers of Companydance filled Kelsey Theater for their spring concert. The company's directors invited the audience to “join in our exploration” in the event's program, leading attendees to wonder where meaning can be found in modern dance performance, and who supplies it.

Senior art stirs

This Sunday more than 630 people jammed into Flaten Art Museum to honor the second half of the Senior Art Show, exceeding the first opening's record-breaking attendance.

Polley bids group adieu

Monday night the St. Olaf Philharmonia bid farewell to conductor Jo Ann Polley, leader of the organization since 1994, with a lavish concert in Skoglund Center.

Choir concert a mixed blessing

The St. Olaf Choir gave maybe its most demanding, progressive program in years this Sunday at their Spring Concert in Skoglund Auditorium. The choir ably tackled an unprecedented amount of difficult literature, despite some lackluster performances from an uncharacteristically taxed ensemble.

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