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Sobiech tribute recognizes local, national inspiration

There was a special addition to the Packer-Viking game this Sunday, one that rose above the infamous green and purple rivalry. During the first timeout of the second quarter, a “Hometown Hero” award was presented and the song “Clouds” was played throughout Minneapolis’ Metrodome. Some of you may remember last spring when the name Zach

Experimental music piece “Inuksuit” takes over Main Hall Green

Kicking off this season’s “New Music at Lawrence” series was an outdoor performance of “Inuksuit,” a piece written by contemporary composer John Luther Adams for up to 99 percussionists. Dean of the Conservatory of Music Brian Pertl encompassed the musical experience by sporting a shirt that read “Listen Deeply.” This work was composed to be

Parlato transports audience with masterful performance

On a night overflowing with music, jazz singer Gretchen Parlato concluded this season’s Jazz Series with an exquisite concert on Friday night, May 10, backed by keyboardist Fabian Almazan, bassist Chris Morrissey and drummer Mark Guiliana. Parlato sang tunes from her albums “In a Dream” and “Lost and Found,” showcasing each musician’s individual voice while

LUJE hosts Rik’s Cafe

In what has now become a tradition, the Lawrence University Jazz Ensemble (LUJE) spent another swinging evening at Rik’s Café on Wednesday night, premiering four student compositions and featuring six seniors on standard charts. A student-led concert, performers and composers had the chance to rehearse and conduct the band for LUJE’s final performance in the