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Meet the MCA faculty. From 4:30-6:30pm come explore “Echos”, an art exhibit, in Galleria Valéncia by WSU’s Dan Eastman (plus, he’s a huge fan of KQAL) and then pick out and take home your favorite piece to hang in your bedroom!
Middle and High School students, from 6-7pm, come learn about MCA’s new National Honors Society for Dance Arts chapter through National Dance Educators Organization.
From alien life to life on earth, Greenfingers performs songs on acoustic guitar and vocals about monsters, planets, and humanity, with some personal sentiments. Styles include folk, rock, and fingerstyle with some sparse, more pseudo-jazzy elements. The rest is a bit of intuitive, joyfully haphazard instrumental guitar.
From New Jersey, John Gorka is a world-renowned singer-songwriter who got his start at a neighborhood coffeehouse in eastern Pennsylvania. In the late 1970’s, John was was one of those aspiring musicians, although his academic coursework at Moravian College lay in Philosophy and History, music beckoned.. Soon he found himself living in the club’s basement and acting as resident MC and sound man. The rest is a great history.
What does synthesizer pop from Monterrey, California sound like? Expect striking lyrics, fun hooks, and dance-worthy electronic tunes. Lillie and Erica tour the country almost nonstop, taking time to gather new material for their sometimes dark but always enlightening lyrics and densely captivating , substantial in lyrical content and dense in sound.
The Winona Farmers Market is a local organization who’s goal is to provide fresh, quality local food products for our customers; to provide a local site for producers to sell their products; to educate our customers on healthy eating; and to provide freshly harvested produce at prices everyone can afford.
This exciting dance concert will feature ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, modern and a special all-boys piece inspired by the big screen. Dancers aged 6-13 with at least one session of dance class under their belt are invited to audition for our junior performance troupe, the Dance Repertory Company II (DRC II).
Auditions are free and open to the public.
Jean Rohe and Liam Robinson met a decade ago through their love of American folk song. Their cowritten songs are inspired by the traditions they hold dear and shine with elegant vocal harmonies and detailed arrangements for guitar, banjo, and accordion. Whether in small clubs or on festival stages, Robinson & Rohe’s performances are intimate gatherings in which listeners are invited to share in the music-making. Their forthcoming EP “Hunger” is a collection of songs about love and the land.
Actual brothers Kit and Hans Mayer are joined by adopted siblings Terry Nirva, Tom Gibbons and Mark Davini to jam across the genres. Their repertoire includes rock and blues staples, Americana of all flavors, a little Cajun spice and home grown compositions of their own. Dancers and partiers of all ages will get their fix.