The Southerner

Students discuss need for public radio funding

Abby Fields, Staff Writer

March 13, 2013

Filed under A & E, Music

When I get in the car to go to school, the first thing that I do is turn the radio dial to 91.1. I hear Cathy Wurzer’s voice streaming through the radio waves, and I’m excited to hear whatever she has to say on this episo...

Singing Telegrams Posted

Singing Telegrams Posted

February 26, 2013

Students perform in All-State Ensembles

Gabe Steller, Staff Writer

February 24, 2013

Filed under A & E, Music

On February 15th seven south students participated in the magnificently large concert featuring students from across Minnesota playing both jazz and orchestral music. The Concert was part of the Minnesota Music Educators Association’s...

Three venues offer music for students under 18

Zosha Carroll, Staff Writer

February 11, 2013

Filed under A & E, Music

In a scene of over-18 shows, only a few venues offer options for high school music-lovers. The Cedar Cultural Center, the Garage, and the Beat Coffeehouse emphasize the importance of music for all ages, spicing up the shows i...

Dessa Q&A: Continued

Dessa Q&A: Continued

January 22, 2013

Twin Cities orchestras continue lockout through holidays

Anna Schwartz, Staff Writer

December 13, 2012

Filed under A & E, Music

Minnesota will have to go without holiday concerts this year. Lockouts, a tool used to negotiate labor disputes, have taken two of Minnesota’s orchestras down for the season, and now Minnesota has lost their holiday performan...

Social studies teacher and ex-rock star inducted into hall of fame

Gabe Bethke, Staff writer

May 21, 2012

Filed under Music, News

“People don’t really think that collateralized debt obligations make me a rock star” explained social studies teacher Douglas Berglund, who recently was inducted into the North Dakota Rock-Country music hall of fame on May...

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