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Take some time out today to enjoy the magical, memorable and musical tour de force promised by Beverly Everett, artistic director, of the Bemidji Symphony Orchestra and the teenage protege who will perform. Gareth Cordery is an 18-year-old piano virtuoso who will dazzle you with his performance of Tchaikovsky's beautiful and much-loved "Piano Concerto No. 1."
We hope that you are enjoying this fall as much as we are: the boat is still in the water; nice sunny and wood-splitting days are here. Desserts by Design, the eighth annual delight of savory and sweet editions in support of the Bemidji Symphony Orchestra, is being held at 7 tonight at the Sanford Center. Seating is limited so get your seat, if you need a ticket; please contact Louise Jackson at (218) 209-0065.
There is no doubt about the outcome—glorious sugar maple and oak trees starting to decorate the lovely fall we have come to eagerly anticipate in northern Minnesota...no more tornadoes!
Some of our favorite home town actors are returning to the stage this coming weekend with the Bemidji Community Theater's production of "Bedroom Farce," an adult comedy by British playwright Dan Ayckbourn. Derrick Houle will be directing the play, and the cast includes Dave Moffet as Ernest; Sara Breeze as Delia; Amanda Mix as Jan; Sasha Almendinger as Kate and Norwood Hall as Malcolm. There are two newcomers to BCT for the performance, as well, and they are Gary Rozman, who plays Nick, and Amy Puschinsky, who plays Susannah.
BEMIDJI — Music is in the air this week, as there are many concerts to choose from. First up is Lance Benson, local composer and musician, who is well received for his playing and singing. He will solo beginning at 2 p.m. today at the amphitheater at the Lake Bemidji State Park, rain or shine. These summer concerts are sponsored by the North Country Snowmobile Club of Bemidji.
The day can start with the scent of pine surrounding you at the amphitheater at the Lake Bemidji State Park. Bill and Kate Isles, a husband and wife singing duo,...
Music fans have a couple of wonderful options in the area today. Four-part harmony takes the stage at 2 p.m. today at the Lake Bemidji State Park amphitheater with the Pine Tones. The events are sponsored by the North Country Snowmobile Club of Bemidji. Rain or shine, the show will go on for this well-known local singing group.
It seems as if the various musical and theater groups are going full steam toward the end of their seasons, while others are just now sending out their upcoming performance catalogues. The 2016-17 Reif Performing Arts Center's Grand Re-opening Season in Grand Rapids is generous in its offerings starting with "Rise Up O Men" with Church Basement Ladies on Wednesday-Aug. 14 at 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on the Sunday matinee. Get a copy by calling (218) 327-5780 or online at reifcenter.org.
Monday is the final day to register for the Animal Portrait Watercolor Workshop with Cindy Agan, an internationally published author of an instructional and art video "Painting Watercolors that Sparkle with Life." Agan's watercolor workshop in Bemidji garnered praise like "....best art teacher that I have ever had."
Yes, summer events abound in Bemidji with some new events, such as the International Bog Weekend with the Ode to the Bog Songfest—a musical talent contest that was held yesterday. The upcoming Dragon Boat Festival in August is sure to bring more visitors to Bemidji. Did you know that a BSU Music Department graduate has been asked to play with British singer Adele's band this August? Lexie Kruse, a graduate student in Phoenix, has accepted an invitation to join the band for two performances on Aug.16-17 at the Talking Stick Resort Arena a stop on Adele's national tour.