Season 2 Episode 8

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Video Summary

Beautiful music, engaging characters and a heartwarming message resonates in a beautiful production staged by the Lyric Opera of the North. The cast of Amahl and the Night Visitors previews this holiday classic, to be staged at the Marshall Performing Arts Center in Duluth.

Dedication required! Arrowhead Chorale is a Duluth/Superior based, civic choir that delivers unforgettable performances under the direction of Stanley Wold. Every year, his talented singers undergo auditions; then a rigorous series of rehearsals and concerts. They share their passion for music and a preview of the first of its 'Tale of Three Cities' series with a performance of 'Duluth – A Gateway and a Destination: Christmas Delights in the Historic Depot Great Hall.'

Thick stands of majestic pines, cool winter skies, and wildlife inspire Terry Maciej. The award-winning watercolorist of Hibbing has earned national recognition for his beautiful artwork and illustrations. The Iron Range native has inspired generations through his work as a basketball coach and art teacher. He takes us outdoors with paint and palette for a look at his process.

The ballads of Arna Rennan and Brian Dack explore a rich musical landscape. Rennan’s musical arsenal includes ballads from the Middle Ages, immigrant songs, and pieces that reflect the history and folklore of her Norwegian heritage. Dack is well known as a solo/ensemble artist and guitar virtuoso who crafts honest and emotional songs that invoke a personal yet universal experience. The two perform live in our studio.

Also, an ArtOMercial for The Holiday Art Underground Show will be open 11am to 5pm Thursday through Saturday until December 31st. Located at 301 First Avenue West in Grand Marais.

Funding for this program is provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Click here for more information or visit the Minnesota Legacy website.

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