Northfield Minnesota Music

The Vintage Band Festival has been bringing music, show art, history and enjoyment since 2006. Located in the heart of Northfield, just a few blocks from the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, we are located in Northfields, making it an ideal location for world-class artists traveling the country. The festival presents music that can be played and enjoyed by all ages, from small babies sitting and swaying to 80-year-old trumpeters performing.

Previous cast members have included Brooklyn-based Stephane Wrembel, the French-born New Yorker and Sam Houser. He debuted at SXSW 2018 and toured extensively, performing at festivals such as the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and others.

Free Winona won a Grammy Award for best jazz album in 2016 and 2017, as well as the Grammy Award for best jazz album.

Looking to the future, Morris wants to expand the notion of traditional music venues and place the space itself more in the foreground. Morris was looking for alternative music spaces in Northfield, partly inspired by the band, which is located on a long staircase that is not accessible to disabled people and associates listeners with rooms of certain musical styles. Six years later, Carleton's opened a new space with more than enough space to house a full-fledged music hall, bar and restaurant. has several DJ's and disc jockeys to choose from to help make your day unforgettable. DJs from North America, and we've put together their music list below for you.

This piano studio is located in Northfield, Minnesota and is available to anyone located throughout the southern Minnesota area, including St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Bloomington and the Twin Cities area. Service area for piano lessons, covering the southernmost part of Minnesota including the city of Minneapolis and its suburbs, as well as the northern and southern parts of the state.

We hope that the state of Minnesota and the city of Northfield recognize the value of the Vintage Band Festival and embrace the history and tradition of music for our children and their children. Stay tuned for the performance of Stephane Wrembel from Brooklyn, and then look forward to the Robin Nolan Trio from Amsterdam and the founder of Madison-based MGSF and his band Harmonious Wail, who will be on the road. Six St. and find out how you can support the TPT and Twin Cities PBS.

The 2016 Northfield Jazz Jam Series is funded by a Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Grant from the Southeast MN Arts Council.

In 1869, Carleton College (then Northfield College) on the northern outskirts of the city was founded by a congregation consisting largely of Yankee settlers. The city's motto, "Cows, Colleges, and Satisfaction," reflects the college's origins as a religious college in the United States. MN, published by Minnesota State University - St. Paul School of Public Health and located at the corner of North Avenue and North Park Street in Northfields, Minnesota.

Ben graduated from St. Olaf College and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music and Conducting from Luther. He currently teaches and works in the faculty of the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota and Minnesota State University - Saint Paul's College of Music.

The past year has created new educational and festival opportunities, particularly at McNally Smith College, where Steve debuted his first full-length solo program. Be intentional and bring the McNall and Smith College performances together for a unique - or - friendly experience.

Highlights include "Get Ready" in the Penumbra Theater production of "Not Misbehavin '," "The Rainbow Choir" directed by the Children's Choir, and "I'm in love with the rainbow" in the production of "Rainbow Choirs" at McNally Smith College. He is a member of the Northfield Symphony Orchestra and music director of the Children's Orchestra of St. Paul.

He has played with orchestras on national tour, and he was section leader of the St. Paul Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Minnesota Orchestra, Minnesota State Orchestra, and Minnesota Public Radio Orchestra. The band that brings local and Pacific Northwest bands to the North Northfield for three full days of music.

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