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In conjunction with the 20th Annual Madrigal Dinner, Dawson Community College Music Department will test your memory of past madrigals in the form of a trivia contest. Questions will be posted on the DCC website November 18, 21, 23, 28, and 30. The person with the most correct answers will receive a free Madrigal Dinner ticket. In case of a tie, a drawing will be held for the winning ticket. If a person has already purchased their ticket, their money will be refunded.
Celebration of Research and Creativity will be the theme for the DCC Music Department Spring performance Thursday, May 12. The evening will commence at 5 p.m. with a reception sponsored by the Opus Society, featuring student research projects encompassing a wide array of musical topics. The projects will be presented in poster presentation format and students will be available to discuss their research with guests.
The Opus Society is proud to host Brunch with the Bucs Saturday, February 5 from 10 am to 5pm in the Toepke Center. Fans, family, and alumni are invited join in the pre-game festivities, meet current athletes, coaches, and musicians, and kick off game day as the Bucs take on Lake Region State College.
**Music alumni will join current students in singing the national anthem and play in the pep band for the game. Catch the buccaneer spirit and kick off game day in true DCC style.
Dawson Community College Music Department will present the nineteenth annual production of the Madrigal Dinner on December 3 and 4 at the Toepke Center on the DCC campus. The castle doors will open each evening at 5:30 p.m., with feasting and festivities commencing at 6. Transformed into a Renaissance castle, the Toepke Center becomes the backdrop to a feast for eyes and ears fit for a king. Traditional and contemporary music await castle guests as vocal and instrumental performers, jesters, jugglers, and dancers provide the Lord of the Manner and his court an evening of enjoyment.
Aida – Guiseppe Verdi
October 25th - 5:30pm - DCC Choir Room - Free Admission
1st -Alison Coyko – Fairview
(2 out of the 3 Idols have been won by Fairview students)
2nd – Charlie Denison
3rd – Chantell Bury
4th – Damian Taylor
5th – Audree Garsjo
Twenty-one contestants made it past the auditions. Thanks to all of you who came and supported the students.
Area vocalists are gearing up for the third year of eastern Montana’s very own, Dawson Idol, to be held April 9 on the Dawson Community College campus. Presented by the DCC Music Department and Opus Society, contestants will compete to advance to the second round of judging April 23 and a hopeful title through audience and judge voting.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship honors excellence by supporting outstanding community college students with financial need to transfer to and complete their bachelor’s degrees at the nation’s top four-year colleges and universities.
Dawson Community College Music Department will present its eighteenth annual production of the Madrigal Dinner on December 4 and 5 at the Toepke Center on the DCC campus. The castle doors will open each evening at 5:30, with feasting and festivities commencing at 6 pm.
The Dawson Community College Opus Society is currently seeking contestants for Dawson Idol 2 to be held April 29 and May 5 at the DCC Auditorium on campus. This is the second year for the event and promises to present some of the best musical talent in eastern Montana. Admission is $5 and buys you a vote in the judging.