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The Des Moines Metro Opera (DMMO) has received a $1 million gift from the Lauridsen Family Foundation. In Words and Music and the Carnegie Capital Campaign to better support the arts and humanities programs of the University of Iowa and DesMoines College of Arts and Sciences and to support their mission of education, research and outreach. The university's long-standing program of music education for children and young adults is one of several aspects of its programs that have been rated outstanding by US News & World Report.

As an ambassador for the University, the ensemble is regularly asked to perform at the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Iowa, where it has forged strong relationships with faculty, students, faculty and staff. The Chamber Singers also enjoy working with the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra, DesMoines' Chamber of Music and other local and regional orchestras. They regularly collaborate with other departments of the conservatory, including the Davenport Conservatory of Fine Arts, the Music Department of Iowa State University and Iowa City Opera.

The Lauridsen Family Foundation is also supporting the rarely performed Billy Budd for the 2017 summer festival season. The second Stage Series of this season will feature the Iowa State University Chamber Singers and the Davenport Conservatory of Fine Arts.

A total of twelve bands will play during the two-day festival, and around 15,000 people will attend the shows, including bands such as Young Guns, Disturbed, Hatebreed and Ask Me, as well as a number of local bands. On stage two, baby bands and a few locals play, but there are also Bebe Friday shows headlined by Halestorm, Young guns, Young Gun and HateBreed on stage two.

Lazerfest 2010 is the first LazerFest sold out at Indianola Balloon Grounds in Indianolas, Iowa. Over 25,000 tickets ($2.00) were sold for a line-up of two full-fledged stages. Last year Indianula hosted the USA National Basketball Association (WNBA) men's and women's championship game, won by both the University of Iowa basketball team and the women's team.

On April 30, 2014, Lazer 103.3 posted on its website http: / / / website that they would move to the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Queensryche was due to perform but missed a connecting flight due to mechanical problems with his plane, which meant he arrived at 8.30pm on schedule at 9pm, two hours late. On Saturday, April 29, 2010, "Lazerfest" took place at the Indianolas, Iowa, Balloon Grounds, offering over 25,000 tickets ($2.00) to the main stage. "Lazerfest" version of "2.0" took place on Sunday, May 1, 2011 at the Indianula Balloon Grounds and was played on two full stages: a "main stage" featuring such greats as Drowned in Sound, Dazed and Confused, and a second stage with live performances by the band's two main acts. The band, a collaboration between Lazers and the University of Iowa Music Institute, has established itself as one of the most successful indie rock bands in the country.

DMMO continues to build a rapidly growing reputation for artistic excellence in Des Moines and the United States. Nix is proud to support this growth by donating to the Words of Music Carnegie Capital Campaign.

Since 1947, Simpson College's Department of Music has a long tradition of excellence in teaching, research and outreach to students, faculty, staff, students and the community. It has awarded more than 1500 bachelor's and master's degrees in music, dance, literature, art and humanities.

Successful candidates are encouraged to the full extent of the music programme through a combination of Bachelor, Master and Doctoral studies in music, dance, literature, arts and humanities and other disciplines.

He is currently an associate professor and director of the Conservatory Choir and teaches courses in choral conducting and literature. Dr. Oltman was also a lecturer in the Department of Choral Conducting at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which offers a three-day intensive program. In addition to teaching at Iowa State University, he is also a member of the board of directors of the American Society of Conductors and the National Association of Collegiate Choirs.

In addition to his passion for science, Dr. McMillin is a member of the chamber choir Moine Choral Ensemble, which is dedicated to excellence in choral art. The ensemble specializes in chamber and choral literature and recently collaborated on a performance with the University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign's College of Music and Music Education. This original production was inspired by compositions in styles from five different centuries and performed by a talented ensemble from a pool of 1,000 national applicants.

In addition to these performances, there will be live music from Des Moines Metro Opera. Summerset Winery has had enough excitement to bring us back regularly, and this season we welcome the company back for another season.

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