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ISSUE 120 VOL 7 PUBLISHED 11/10/2006

Arts and Entertainment

Artists use new ways, new means

With the artwork of the Tetlie exhibit safely in storage, Flaten Art Museum welcomed the fascinating work of Christine Conley, a painter from Tennessee, and Michael Hopkins, a painter and photographer from Chicago, in the exhibit “New Ways and Means” Friday evening.

Handbell choir finishes tour

On Monday, Oct. 30, the St. Olaf Handbell Choir (the top ensemble of Olaf’s three bell choirs) finished up its fall tour with a home concert in Urness Recital Hall. The concert featured some innovations, but in the ringers’ skill and the quality of the concert it was pleasingly the same as ever: excellent.

Dancers swing, swing, swing

The St. Olaf Swing Dance Club has been busy this year, as the crowds and talent at the Fall Swing Dance showed Friday evening.

Choral Day showcases over 1,500 vocalists

On Sunday, the St. Olaf Choir Department held its 104th annual Choral Day, attended by more than 1,500 singers from 40 high schools and five of St. Olaf’s choirs. The festivities took place in the Skoglund Gymnasium.

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