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Electronic music ensemble gives April 15 concert

Bemidji State University’s student electronic music ensemble, Voltage, will perform on campus. The band is composed of six Bemidji State students and is conducted by Dr. Del Lyren, professor of music.

The concert will take place on April 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Thompson Recital Hall. Admission is free.

The group will perform “Dracula Suite” by Anthony DiLorenzo, a selection of three or four original pieces composed by members of the group and “Crisis” by Freddie Hubbard.

For more information please contact the BSU music department at (218) 755-2915.

Voltage students are listed below by hometown:

Bemidji |56601| Ben Schreiber, freshman, undeclared
Bemidji |56601| Katrine Stewart, senior, music

International Falls |56649| Judah Chezick, junior, business administration
Maple Grove |55311| Josh May, freshman, music
Slayton |56172| Molly Bass, freshman, music teacher certification
Victoria |55386| Jesica Lindquist, sophomore, music teacher certification

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