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2019 Grad Wins Second Place in The American Prize in Conducting

Recent graduate Michael McKenzie was honored for his work as founder of the Gustavus Adolphus College Social Justice Choir.

2019 Grad Wins Second Place, The American Prize in Conducting

Michael McKenzie ’19 has been awarded second place in The American Prize in Conducting for his work as founder and conductor of the Gustavus Adolphus College Social Justice Choir.

Gustavus Wind Orchestra shines spotlight on graduating seniors, guest artists

The Gustavus Wind Orchestra closes out its season with a finale concert featuring a stacked list of special guests Friday at 7 p.m. in Björling Recital Hall.

Gregory Aune’s Final Farewell, “Song Go Ever On”

May 18 marks the end of an era, as the Jon and Anita Thomsen Young Distinguished Endowed Chair and Conductor of The Gustavus Choir Gregory Aune takes the stage for the last time at 3 p.m. in Christ Chapel. Aune retires at the end of the academic year after 24 years of service to the […]

Weekend Preview: Honors Weekend and Jazz!

This weekend the fine arts calendar is filled with jazz performances, including the Gustavus Jazz Ensemble and Adolphus Jazz Ensemble spring concert, as well as the Vocal Jazz showcase. This is also Honors Weekend which means the annual Honors Recital featuring several talented senior musicians on Saturday evening. Honors Weekend also marks the opening reception […]

“Fruition” featuring work of senior studio art majors opens Saturday

This year’s aptly titled senior art show, “Fruition,” celebrates the culmination of four years of work for seven senior studio art majors. This year’s class is distinctive in that each of the seven artists hold a second major in another discipline. With double majors as diverse as management, classics, and biology, these students are truly […]

“Imprecision” to Open at Schaefer Art Gallery

The newest Schaefer Art Gallery exhibit, Imprecision: Recent Work by Jenna Hansen opens April 23 with a formal reception from 5-7 p.m. on May 3.

Gustavus Wind Orchestra Departs for 2019 Tour

The band will spend 10 days performing in schools and churches across Minnesota from Rochester to Hermantown.

Gustavus Jazz Jamboree Features GRAMMY-nominated Violinist

In its second year, the Gustavus Jazz Jamboree has doubled in size and will welcome more than 200 high school students from 10 jazz bands across the state to campus on March 1.

“For the Gods” Opens Monday at Hillstrom Museum of Art

Gustavus Adolphus College Associate Professor in Art and Art History Priscilla Briggs spent the last month in Bangalore, India taking photos for her new exhibit, “For the Gods”, opening at the Hillstrom Museum of Art February 18.