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ISSUE 120 VOL 13 PUBLISHED 3/2/2007

Arts and Entertainment

Celebrating Boe’s new organ: From lightning strike to luminous music

The renewed Boe Chapel seems to lend itself to performers making stylish entrances, and Cantorei was no exception on the night of Saturday, Feb. 24 at the dedication hymn festival celebrating the chapel, its new worship books and, most of all, the new Holtkamp organ.

True Norwegian music fills Boe

The Oslo Chamber Choir (Kammerkor) filled Boe Chapel with authentic Norwegian notes on the evening of Feb. 20 as part of its American tour. The new and improved acoustics of the “renewed” Boe Chapel are particularly favorable to music such as the group’s a cappella singing, and the performers were justly asked for an encore.

Saul Williams in the Pause: Spoken-word artist delivers sharp, poignant message

“When God lifts up her skirt, shows you what’s underneath, you don’t go telling everyone about it,” said Saul Williams, preaching his message to students the night of Feb. 21 in the Pause. “I don’t like to call myself a poet,” he said. Nevertheless, this artist, performer, poet and activist brought levity and delight to a packed house.

Improv dances stand out in Rhythm Project

Assistant Professor of Dance Sherry Saterstrom, St. Olaf alumni and a troupe of St. Olaf student dancers performed in The Rhythm Project last Friday in Dittmann Studio One.

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