• Released
  • December 4, 2011
  • NR , 2 hr 30 min
  • Concert/Special Events
    Music/Performing Arts

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St Olaf

By louise a
Written December 06, 2011
The show was well done and a delight to experience. The sound was great.. only complaint was the half dozen or more times the screen halted and pixilated and the sound and show were interrupted, This was frustrating for 20 dollar ticket prices.
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St Olaf Christmas Festival

By lindaroseegge
Written December 05, 2011
The venue was awesome and I loved th history of St Olaf and choir at the beginning. We thought it started at 12:30 since everything that was printed including the tickets said 12:30 and then it did no start until 1pm. It was great being able to see this wonderful event from the theater. Will definitely go to more of these events.
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100 th St, Olaf Christmas Festival

By ptcharlotte_teacher
Written December 06, 2011
If you have ever sung in a choir or enjoy choral singing, this is a must see. It was 2 solid hours of superior choral singing a wide variety of Christmas music from around the world. I enjoyed it immensely. It was well worth the $20.
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St.Olaf Christmas Festival

By robert_doan
Written December 05, 2011
We have had 3 children and 2 grandchildren graduate from St. Olaf; so we have been to a number of Christmas Festivals over almost 40 years. This was our first simulcast. We expect the thrilling and polished performance, but seeing and hearing it in the theater was infinitely better than TV (or radio) and preferable to a 60 mile drive o Northfield, often in December weather, and sitting in the bleachers. Was well worth the $20 each, once we found the theater. This college performance is always a musical and spiritual treat.,
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St. Olaf Christmas Festival

By poppy14seed
Written December 06, 2011
This was a wonderful concert of sacred Christmas music by a critically-acclaimed choir. The choir was started 100 years ago at this liberal arts college. The Festival has become so highly-attended that the decision was made to show it on HD movie screens this year. A total of 600 singers in five choral groups sang individually and combined, both a cappella and with orchestra. Thank you to Fandango and Regal Cinema for programming this. Please program it again next year.
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