Season 4 Episode 17

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Video Summary

Spend a blustery, winter morning tagging along as Bryan Hansel dodges sparkling spray on Artist Point in Grand Marais. The highly acclaimed photographer has showcased his talents in a long list of prestigious publications. Hansel knows what it takes to make beautiful images at dawn. No two mornings, or two images, are alike.

The Twin Ports Choral Project takes on the perils of war, the promise of peace, and the power of freedom through song. TPCP is a new vocal chamber ensemble based in the Duluth area that promises to bring an exciting new voice to choral music in the Northland. The group talks about their new project and its upcoming concert, “Horizons: Songs of War, Peace and Freedom” set for February 16 at the College of St. Scholastica.

They’re loud, proud and progressive! Experience the cheeky, alternative rock fusion of Gallus, an indie rock band with saxophone, keys, drum, and guitars; and roots in Duluth. The band is an amalgam of experienced musicians who add their unique approach to what is uniquely Gallus.

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