The Lake Wobegon Brass Band is comprised of 30 members, principally educators and professional musicians. The band dates back to September of 1992 and the musicians have played on Prairie Home Companion shows, in Northern England and Scotland, and for schools, conventions, and festivals nationally and internationally. They perform marches, show tunes, pieces from the classic brass band literature, and commissioned works.
Our talented music faculty delight in presenting a potpourri of musical selections from stage, screen, and folk traditions. Their aim is to raise funds for extra musical materials and experiences for their classes not covered by the school district, and for the Kelly Spaulding Scholarship Fund.
Minnesota's Peter Mayer has been singing and songwriting full-time for over 20 years, performing in venues across the United States and beyond. He writes songs about interconnectedness and the human journey as well as songs for children. This year he was WAS's Composer in Residence at OH Anderson School, and the kids loved him. This is a show for all ages.
- From any WAS volunteers or member-at-large. Click here for a list.
- By calling WAS at 651-269-9888.
- Or at the door.
The Sing-along is a fundraiser for the Wildwood Artist Series of Mahtomedi. Proceeds benefit programs supported by WAS such as the WAS Community Concert Series and the WAS Artist-in-Residency Program for Mahtomedi Public Schools.
Twin Cities song leader extraordinaire Dan Chouinard and St. Andrew’s own Bill Chouinard will entertain and delight the audience with fun and familiar Sing-Along songs for the crowd. Bring a friend or family member for a night of singing and fun!
Cash bar/food purchase will be available. Purchase tickets starting in March from any Wildwood Artist Series committee member or at the door that evening.
The Singalong is a fundraiser for Wildwood Artist Series of Mahtomedi. Proceeds benefit programs supported by WAS such as the the WAS Artist-in-Residency Program for Mahtomedi Public Schools. Thank you for your support!
A dynamic duo with the tenderness of Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass and the rhythmic excitement of Tuck & Patti, Jennifer and Joe have joined forces to bring their passionate talents together on one stage. During this intimate concert, the duo will be performing some of their yet-to-be-announced originals as well as some of their favorites off their respective records, After Noon and Pasion.
The talented and versatile ISD832 music teachers join together in presenting a varied and entertaining concert to raise money for extra musical activities in their classrooms which directly benefits their students. By attending you will be supporting the the Kelly Spaulding Scholarship Fund.
All previously purchased tickets are valid for this event and no further action needs to be taken. No refunds will be given although tickets may be exchanged for one of our remaining events. We thank you for your patience and support of the Wildwood Artist Series
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