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The two-volume, 35-song Hopkins Royals Sampler showcases the talents of high school musicians.
The former Peter, Paul and Mary star performed at the center Saturday.
The Concert Band, Symphonic Band and Wind Symphony played Thursday.
Zak Khutoretsky, better known as DVS1, splits his time between Minneapolis and Berlin.
The Park Theater Co. will bring his play ‘The Illusionist: Shakespeare Reveals All’ to the Hopkins Center for the Arts in September.
The activities will take place in the summer and fall.
A proposed public art policy aims to ensure Hopkins gets the right pieces in its collection.
The performance is based on the Caldecott Medal-winning book about a mystical walk in the woods in search of an owl.
Performances run through Sunday.
The quartet connects string quartet masterworks with those by contemporary composers.
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