The second annual MNMade Festival celebrates handmade electronic music from Minnesota Feb. 19-21 with music, robots and a robot concert at St. Cloud State.
[VIDEO] The world drumming group at St. Cloud State University is working on their drumming circle to help people relax.
The November production of “Hamlet” showcased three alumni — Tyler Haugen ’14 directed, Jessica Smith ’11 directed fights and choreographed dances and Adam Raine ’09 designed lighting for the show. Related links Creative Arts Series “Hamlet” photo gallery The production was part of the School of the Arts’ new Creative Arts Series created to highlight
The Integrated Music Technology Lab at St. Cloud State University is a new multi-purpose space that will prepare students for the future of music technology and education.
Beth Sorensen ’90 is the vice president of MakeMusic Inc., and a driving force behind Finale, the industry standard for music notation. Finale enables composers, arrangers, musicians, teachers, students and publishers to create, edit, audition, print and publish musical scores. It was used on the 2013 Oscar-winning pictures “Argo,” “Life of Pi” and “Lincoln,” among
St. Cloud State has long served as a cultural and entertainment hub for St. Cloud and Central Minnesota. Grand spaces, intimate stages and outdoor venues are among the settings for entertaining evenings. Many departments add unique programming to a campus calendar filled with concerts, interactive entertainment and sporting events. Related links » Explore the events
Chad Patrick ’06 was granted a patent in April for The Drum Wallet, a tone control device for snare drums. The device was voted Best Advanced Tool for School at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) 2010 trade show in Nashville, Tenn. Patrick’s first Drum Wallet product has been independently distributed to 12 countries,