Posts Tagged “arts”

Winter Chautauqua

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Winter Chautauqua

by Michaela Mulligan Once called the “most American thing in America” by Teddy Roosevelt, Chautauquas are still held at the Elling House in Virgina City, Montana, near Butte. A Chautauqua was first popularized in the 19th and 20th centuries as a sharing of entrainment and intellectual knowledge. The tradition is carried on today the the…

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Opera Singers Come Home

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Opera Singers Come Home

By Maria Vigil Opera singers Karin Wedemeyer, Brenda Rutledge , and John Fitzgerald ┬áhave each performed and taught all over, but they have come back to Sandpoint and are now members of the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint. On January 28, the three singers, called the Bel Canto Trio, will perform at the Panida Theater. Their…

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