The venue for the second Dakota Music Tour concert has changed. The new venue is the Estebo Performing Arts Center!
Estebo Performing Arts Center
Redwood Valley High School
100 George Ramseth Drive
Redwood Falls, MN 56283
The Estebo Performing Arts Center is located in the Redwood Valley High School and is commonly referred to as the High School Performing Arts Center. The Redwood Valley High School is located behind Wal-Mart on the East side of Redwood Falls. The facility is clearly visible from Highway 19/71, and there is signage along the road for the facility. Spectators should park in the main parking lot in the front of the school and enter through the main doors. The Performing Arts Center is located to the right as you enter the building and circle the rotunda area.
WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL DAKOTA MUSIC TOUR BLOG!
In 2011, the Mankato Symphony Orchestra, Maza Kute Singers (Dakota) and Composer Brent Michael Davids toured together with other world-renown performers for 4 concerts! This is the official Dakota Music Tour blog!
WHAT IS THE DAKOTA MUSIC TOUR?
In 2011, Maestro Ken Freed conducted Mankato Symphony Orchestra, Maza Kute Singers (Santee Dakota), Trumpeter Manny Laureano (Minnesota Orchestra), M. Cochise Anderson (Chickasaw/Choctaw) and Award-Winning Composer Brent Michael Davids (Stockbridge Mohican) on tour through Dakota country with 4 concerts merging American Indian and Western classical music. The DMT was filmed by Syd Beane (Flandreau Santee Dakota) for some promo videos. The DMT radio broadcast was recorded by James E Gullickson. The DMT publicist was Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe) of Liz Hill Public Relations, Ltd. The DMT evaluator was Dr. Patricia Shifferd. DMT was supported by “Arts Tour Minnesota" and the voter-approved “Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment” of the Minnesota State Constitution.