Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes Heidi Nelson, Paradise Center for the Arts Interim Director.
Paradise Center for the Arts
321 Central Avenue North
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes singer/songwriter Rachel Ries from Her Crooked Heart and Bob Gregory-Bjorklund. She is currently doing an Arts Residency with students from Arcadia Charter School in Northfield.
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist celebrates two original plays. First, from FiftyNorth Marie Gery, Jim Stenglein and Dee Rogers will preview the Old-Time Radio Variety Show featuring “Shurlack Hope and the Case of the Evident Evidence” and “Drag Nut.” Then Russel Boyington and students from the Northfield Middle School will share the story of their play The Count.
1651 Jefferson Parkway, fiftynorth.org
OLD-TIME RADIO VARIETY SHOW
This performance features: “Shurlack Hope and the Case of the Evident Evidence” and “Drag Nut.” The two skits were written and directed by FiftyNorth member Dick Waters. The commercials were broadcast on radio during the 1940s. Also, vocal solos by Dean Larson and keyboard expertise by David Miller.
Friday, March 13 at 7pm
Saturday, March 14 at 7pm
Sunday, March 15 at 2pm
Tickets — $10
Available at the Front Desk at FiftyNorth or at the door before the performances
Northfield Middle School
2200 Division Street South, Northfield, northfieldschools.org
Directed by Russel Boyington
This production puts a new spin on the classic Dracula story. Audiences should prepare to be surprised! This is a blood-free production, there are no crosses, and the Count is a female.
Friday, March 13 at 6pm
Saturday, March 14 at 6pm
Tickets — Adults $5, Children $2, Families $12
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes Tim Peterson, Executive Director of the Northfield Arts Guild to share his art story and reflect on his first two years with the Guild.
Northfield Arts Guild
ENJOY ALL KINDS OF ART
The Northfield Arts Guild is a place for everyone, creators and audiences alike. Whether your interest lies in theater, dance, music, the visual arts or writing, we want to connect with you. Through quality programming and quality art, we make great art available to all.
MEET ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE
Join our community by making art with us. There are opportunities for arts learning for adults and children, and we provide art making for the community.
The work of the Northfield Arts Guild is supported by our members, donors, local businesses, and an amazing group of volunteers who install art for gallery shows, build and paint production sets, help in the gift shop, and donate their talents to concerts and performances.
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes conductor Paul Niemisto of the Cannon Valley Regional Orchestra to preview the Favorites Concert.
Cannon Valley Regional Orchestra (CVRO)
under the direction of founding conductor Dr. Paul Niemisto
Saturday, March 7 at 7pm
The Cathedral of our Merciful Saviour
515 2nd Avenue, Faribault
Sunday, March 8 at 3pm
United Methodist Church
1401 Maple Street, Northfield
Mozart – Overture from the opera The Magic Flute
Handel – Movements from Messiah, featuring Bryan Reed, Tenor
Copland – Four Dances from Ballet Rodeo
Bizet – Selections from the opera Carmen, featuring Deesa Staats, Contralto
Saint Saens – Excerpts from the Organ Symphony, featuring Stephen May, Organist
CVRO Concert Tickets
Tickets at the door are cash or check only and can be purchased by credit card online or at the Northfield Arts Guild ahead of time. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
This is the third concert in the CVRO 40th Anniversary Season. CVRO is a program of the Northfield Arts Guild, dedicated to bringing symphony orchestra music to our region. The orchestra is composed of numerous volunteer players, drawn from a wide area, including Northfield, Cannon Falls, New Prague, Red Wing and Faribault. The performers are dedicated amateurs of all ages whose love for orchestral music encourages them to perform to high levels of artistic excellence.