May 20th with performances at 11am and 12pm
Randy Sabien And Roxy Stouffer-Cruz At The Quam March 18
Join us as SLAC favorite Randy Sabien returns to the Quam with local gal Roxy Stouffer-Cruz. The concert is on Saturday, March 18th at 7pm in the Erika Quam Memorial Theatre of the Shell Lake Arts Center. Tickets are $20 for Adults and $10 for Students. Get your tickets now at www.shelllakeartscenter.org or at the door on the night of the concert.
You won’t want to miss this incredible musical event! You never know what you’ll hear at this awesome concert. Everything from Fiddle Tunes to Smooth Jazz-Roxy and Randy’s talents run the gamut of surprise and possibility and FUN!
Roxy Stouffer-Cruz and Randy Sabien are no strangers to the Shell Lake Arts Center and The Erika Quam Memorial Theatre. ROXY grew up in Shell Lake, Wisconsin and then attended the University of Wisconsin-River Falls where she graduated with a degree in Music Education. During her Shell Lake years, she was an administrative assistant for the Shell lake Arts Center. She has also been a Music Education Specialist in the Mapleton Public Schools and has been on the staff of the Minnesota Opera for many years; first as an Artistic Administrator and most recently as Company Manager. Her crystal clear voice is a treat for audiences and fellow performers alike.
RANDY Has Over 40 Years Of Performing Experience As A Contemporary Violinist From Touring As Singer/Songwriter Jim Post’s Sideman, Recording With Greg Brown, Appearing On Austin City Limits With Kate Wolf, Guest On Prairie Home Companion, Shows With Corky Siegel, To Leading His Own Bands Often Featuring Triple Fiddles. Founded The String Department At The Berklee College Of Music In Boston In 1978 Then Thirty Years Later Headed The String Department At McNally Smith College Of Music In St. Paul. He Is The Author Of The Ground Breaking Jazz Method For Strings “Jazz Philharmonic” Published By Alfred Music. He Has Recorded A Dozen Albums Which Are Available Online At Randysabien.Com. This summer Randy will lead a new camp at the Arts Center called Eclectic Strings.