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These free concerts are held on

Mondays from 12:00 - 1:00 on the Peace Plaza Stage located outside the Gonda Building.

Yale Spizzwinks
May 15, 2023
a capella group

The Spizzwinks is America's first underclassman a cappella group.

In the winter of 1913, four Yale freshmen met at Mory's Temple Bar, Yale's historic tavern, to decide on a name for their new singing group.  This new group had been created to provide audiences with a light-hearted alternative to the Whiffenpoofs, Yale's older, all-senior a cappella group, who was known as much for their stodginess as for their musical excellence.  Since their historic beginning at Mory's, the Spizzwinks have proudly carried on a tradition of musical excellence and camaraderie as one of America's oldest choirs.

This Performance will be in the LIPS Atrium in the Charlton Building

David Hagedorn & Kevin Clements
May 22, 2023
Jazz - Vibes & Bass

Dave Hagedorn (vibes) and Kevin Clements (bass) play personalized arrangements of standards from the Great American Songbook and contemporary compositions by musicians such as Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, and Kenny Wheeler. The combination of vibes and bass is unique and interesting to jazz aficionados and those unfamiliar with the jazz tradition.  The duo has played annually at Northfield's summer Bridge Chamber Festival at venues such as St. Olaf College, Carleton College, and the Grand Theater.

Our Final Indoor Concert ~ Located on the Subway level of

the Gonda Building in the Landow Atrium.

The Rough & Tumble
Jun 9, 2023

The Rough & Tumble, a dynamic duo of Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler, has captivated audiences with their unique blend of dumpster-folk and thrift store-Americana for over a decade. The Pennsylvania-born Graham and Central California's Tyler have a knack for weaving together elements of joy, sorrow, comedy, and drama in their music, leaving audiences on the edge of their seats. The band has just released their 16th album, Only This Far, a 12-song collection drawing from the highs and lows of their experiences over all those years.

Luke Hendrickson
Jun 12, 2023

Luke Hendrickson is a singer/songwriter from Rochester, Minnesota. He has released five albums and has been touring the country, playing in 30+ states and Canada. He has had nominations for Songwriter of the Year, Americana Artist, New Artist, and Album of the Year for his album One Night at the Crystal Lounge.

Jun 26, 2023
Big Band

Swing Street is a 17-piece jazz band based in southeast Minnesota with a repertoire including hits from Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, Stan Kenton, Buddy Rich, Woody Herman, Arturo Sandoval, Gordon Goodwin, and many more. The Swing Street song list spans several decades and musical styles, so it is possible to tailor their performances to match their audience.

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