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The Sanctuary Choir and Ring Jubilant Praise Handbell Choir of the Evangelical Free Church of Bemidji will present a concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 22, at the church, 115 Carr Lake Road SW.
Timothy Pinkerton joined the Bemidji Symphony Orchestra at the age of 10 after about four years of private lessons. His mom, Tess, contacted BSO conductor Beverly Everett and asked if her son could audition.
"Girl From the North Country," incorporating 20 Dylan songs, will play at the Orpheum Theatre in fall 2023.
No Rest for the Pickers is made up of teenagers Sawyer Corcoran on fiddle, Johnny Pfaff on bass and Aidan Larson on mandolin. They met at Headwaters fiddle camp a few years ago and struck up a friendship. Joining them are a pair of 33-year-olds, Joel Verschay on guitar and Corey Campbell on banjo.

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Ukraine has been on the minds of most Americans since February when Russia invaded the country. This led Chorale director Patricia Mason to reach into the archives to bring back the Courtney piece.
Headwaters Music and Arts will welcome Monroe Crossing to Bemidji for Headwater's biggest fundraiser of the year at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, at the Historic Chief Theater, 314 Beltrami Ave. NW.
The Clearwater County Historical Society and will host a meal and concert event on Saturday, April 30, at Clearwater Lutheran Church, 186 Second St. W, in Shevlin.
The Regiment Horns brass trio spent two hours with Bemidji High School band director Derek Wickum and his students on Tuesday, sharing advice about the music industry and jumping in to play on a couple of songs.
The armbands will be used for pretty much all services offered on site, from admission to the campgrounds and concert bowl to food, beverage and souvenir purchases. Other improvements to this year's "WE Fest experience" have been made to the main stage, VIP hospitality and seating areas.
The Bemidji Chamber Singers will host a "Love and Loss" concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 10, at First Lutheran Church, 900 Bemidji Ave. N.

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Laporte Elementary School students built one-stringed dulcimer instruments and performed at a recent assembly as part of the school’s artist in residence program featuring Minneapolis instrument builder Ross Sutter.
"I believe this to my core — there is no best musician, best artist, best dancer, best actor. The creative arts are subjective," Batiste said. "I just put my head down and I work on the craft every day."
Laporte Elementary School students built one-stringed dulcimer instruments and performed at a recent assembly as part of the school’s artist in residence program featuring Minneapolis instrument builder Ross Sutter.

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