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ISSUE 119 VOL 3 PUBLISHED 9/30/2005

Arts and Entertainment

Consistent variations

Showing a perfect blend of technical and lyrical mastery, Professor of music Kathryn Ananda-Owens performed J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations to a large crowd in Urness on Sunday.

Quartet presents precision

Another building on the St. Olaf campus was struck by lightning this week. This time the blast came not from the sky but from the strings of the Minneapolis Quartet, which set Urness Recital Hall ablaze in a performance Monday night.

Concert benefits Katrina victims

The Pause hosted a benefit concert, "Pause for Hope," on Friday, Sept. 25 to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. St. Olaf alumna Kate Sedgwick '04 arranged the fundraiser.

Soulful slips forgiven

Six steel strings, a tambourine and one Keith Scott, blues guitarist, later, we have the Delta Blues conveniently delivered to St. Olaf's newest venue.

Cellist performs eclectic program

Tony Arnone took the stage in Studio A on Friday, Sept. 23 for an intimate evening of unaccompanied cello music. He held an audience of 30 rapt with his playing, while his explanations of the pieces showed his sense of humor and gift for the metaphorical.

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