Season 3 Episode 30

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Video Summary

Visual artist Hazel Belvo shares her fascination with nature and the female spirit. Lusciously colored images from nature celebrate Belvo's inner connection to the earth and radiate an intense energy that invites reflection. Belvo opened her process to the Grand Marais community this month as an artist-in- residence at the Grand Marais Art Colony. Discover her latest body of work with The PlayList.

Find out how to get the most out of Duluth’s Homegrown Music Festival with festival director Walt Dizzo. The 8-day event highlights the vibrant and diverse musical voices in the Duluth-Superior community and is now in its 14th year. Learn about Homegrown history through a collection of album art, gig posters and other ephemera on display at the Duluth Art Institute and presented on The PlayList. The festival begins Sunday, April 29 and runs through May 8. 167 bands will perform at more than 20 venues in the Twin Ports.

A Rachmaninoff concerto anyone? Pianist Alexander Korsantia brings world class experience to his performance with the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra. Preview the concert and hear this master of the keys during a live, in-studio session.

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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