Justine Scarbrough and Christopher Kenney sing “Tempus Est Locundum” in front of the orchestra during the performance.

Undergrad soloists sing at Oratorio

Concordia’s large spring concert, Oratorio, was especially unique this year. Usually, professional soloists are featured, but for the first time in years, the concert of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana was […]


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    Jazz musicians feel ‘Kind of Blue’

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  • Submitted photo. From left: Katharine Spencer and Sallie Steiner pose for a photo with Kraa after the concert Saturday.

    Swedish band brings culture to Concordia

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  • Photo by Rachel Torgerson. Nathaniel Dickey directs the Symphonic Band at their Earth Day concert outside of Francis Frazier Comstock Theatre. This is the first outdoor Earth Day concert the department has performed and was seen as a success by students and faculty.

    Earth Day band concert a success

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  • Photo submitted by Campus Entertainment Commission. Emily Hiestand, Krista Gilman, Katie Twedell, Emily Nelson and Laura Jean Kuisle wore 3D glasses for part of OKGO's performance at Cornstock last year in Memorial Auditorium. This year's headliner, Atmosphere, will bring a hip-hop vibe to campus.

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    Hip hop’s potential growth

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