season one


done doin' laundry
with special guests simple rogues
bentdahl commons at luther college
sunday, september 2, 2012

Representing peace, love, and clean skivvies, the sassy ladies of Done Doin’ Laundry entertained with bluegrass, rock n’ roll, and everything in-between, joined by rollicking Irish tunes from the guys of Simple Rogues.


coming home again
HOTEL WINNESHIEK steyer OPERA HOUSE
friday, september 21, 2012

Four longtime friends reunited to weave stories of their Decorah home. Through voice, fiddle, mandolin, and piano, they celebrate the winding path that has brought them together again in this much-loved place.

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artsong at arthaus
arthaus
Thursday, october 18, 2012

A vivid evening of vocal music. Piano professor Jessica Paul collaborated with six of Luther’s top student vocalists. With lyrical words and virtuosic accompaniment, their music conveyed a range of emotions in a colorful series of short, imaginative pieces.


cello+
arthaus
Friday, november 2, 2012

A reading of the classic children’s story “Ferdinand the Bull” came to life with the stroke of a bow, Bach’s Cello Suite No. 4 took on new meaning through interaction with contemporary dance, and a violin/cello duo laid down some original grooves. Phuc Phan, Amanda Hamp, Kristen Underwood, Olivia Hahn, and Karla Dietmeyer.

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jazz caravan
hotel winneshiek steyer opera house 
FRIDAY, february 8, 2013

A journey through jazz. From New Orleans to New York to Rio to Decorah, we experienced the hip, sultry, syncopated sounds of jazz through the ages. Featured Luther professor Tony Guzman and students Gavin Colahan, Karla Dietmeyer, Ted Olsen, Elliott Ostrowski, Stephen Uhl, and Andrew Withers.


maritza and luther tango
HOTEL WINNESHIEK STEYER OPERA HOUSE 
FRIDAY, march 8, 2013

Evocative melodies and infectious dance rhythms united two distinct sounds. Decorah favorite Maritza and the new Luther Tango Ensemble (directed by visiting professor Michael O’Brien) took the stage, and these Balkan, Romany, and Argentine tunes inspired audiences to get up and groove.

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