Crookston Singer-Songwriter Annie Fitzgerald will be giving a live-stream concert via Facebook on Sunday, March 29th @ 4pm (for about an hour) to benefit the Crookston community. She will be splitting the donations between the New Hope Food Shelf and the Crookston School Social Work Fill-In-The-Gap-Fund.
Annie Fitzgerald: Live Stream Benefit Show for New Hope Food Shelf & Our Kiddos in Crookston
On Sunday, March 29th, set your phone alarm for 4 pm and join her on Facebook Live to see her play some songs and entertain us. She will have a Venmo and Paypal account set up and info on how to donate.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHWESTERN WOMEN’S CHORALE AT THE FOSSTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY ARTS CENTER THEATER AT 403 FOSS AVE NORTH, FOSSTON
This event has been postponed until further notice
The Fosston Community Library Arts Association is pleased to announce a freewill concert open to the public.
The Women’s Chorale from the University of Northwestern will be here to present From Generation to Generation at the Fosston Community Library and Arts Center.
From Generation to Generation is a program/concert that celebrates the diversity of who we are and where we come from. Through song the Women’s Chorale lifts up the generations of women that have poured into the students and university. Come enjoy a program of majority female composers featuring works by Elaine Hagenberg, Sarah Quartel, Rosephanye Powell, and more!
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
For the second year, the Thief River Falls Area Community Theater is set to host the Fargo-Moorhead Young Performers Opera on March 5th in Thief River Falls. Workshops conducted by the performers will be offered to area school children during the day, with a public concert that evening in the beautiful sanctuary of St. Bernard’s church. The evening concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $10 or free with a 2020 TRF Concert Series ticket. Admission is also free of charge for all youth aged 18 and under.
The Gate City Bank Young Artist Program was founded in 2013. The goal of the Young Artist Program is to enrich young artists through training and stage experience that will enhance their performing abilities from guest artists, stage directors and the FM Opera General Director, David Hamilton. Performers are selected by audition nationwide.
Now in its seventh year, this program is the first of its kind in the region, bringing groups of young professionals to the area from mid-January through April of each year. The Young Artists will also be featured in two Fargo Moorhead Opera productions in the 2019-2020 season: lead roles in Michael Ching’s “Speed Dating Tonight!” and roles in Mascagni’s “Cavalleria Rusticana”.
The evening concert will include a variety of musical selections, from opera to musical theater, with possibly some pop tunes thrown in. This concert is an excellent way to discover what opera is about and is appropriate and enjoyable for the entire family.
For more information about the Thief River Falls Area Community Theater, go to www.trfact.org or join us on Facebook.
This activity is made possible in part by a grant from the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council with Legacy Amendment funding through the vote of Minnesotans in 2008.