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Friday, July 10
9:00 PM Reina del Cid
This folk rock band from Minneapolis, MN is enjoying some much deserved national recognition due in part to their intelligent and simple but sophisticated sound. Reina Del Cid visited our studio and entertained us with their original music and inviting stage presence.
9:30 PM Q5 and Bloom
Two sisters, Tanya Kemper and Monica Winter, lead the bands Q5 and Bloom with their powerful vocals and intoxicating stage presence. The members of both bands are from the Fertile, MN area. The music of Q5 ranges from 50’s and 60’s to country and classic rock to today’s current pop trends. The band Bloom appreciate an acoustic mix of original music.
Friday, July 17
9:00 PM Sam Roth
Sam Roth has been playing guitar since the age of 10. Since then, he’s studied guitar at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA and enjoys performing throughout the region. Personal experiences contribute to his lyrics and music.
9:30 PM Anthony Miltich
For over 30 years Anthony Miltich has been performing his acoustic style of music throughout the Midwest. He’s produced several CD’s and draws from his own life to create original music and lyrics.
Friday, July 24
9:00 PM Paul Imholte
Known as the “stringman”, Paul Imholte can play just about any stringed instrument imaginable. He’s been composing music and recording instrumental music for the hammered dulcimer and songs about life in the Midwest for over ten years.
9:30 PM Lines&Notes
The duo calling themselves “Lines&Notes” is made up of Terri Manno who teaches music in Minnesota State University’s School of Performing Arts and Kevin Zepper who teaches in the English Department. Each of Manno’s musical compositions is enhanced with Zepper’s poetry. Together the music and poetry create a whole new mood and tone for a particular arrangement.
Friday July 31
9:00 PM NDSU Brass Quintet
The mature and refined music of the North Dakota State University Faculty Brass Quintet radiates throughout their entire performance of marches, ballads and medley’s. The wealth of talent in their members contributes to the history of excellence in the NDSU Music Departments.
9:30 PM UND String Quartet
The talent of the University of North Dakota Student string quartet are evident in their outstanding performance of several arrangements by Mozart and even two original pieces by UND student composers.
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