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A glimpse into the magic of madrigal

A glimpse into the magic of madrigal

Nicole Mitchell, Special to The Shield

December 4, 2018

Nicole Mitchell  Daniel Craig flipped a coin to decide which of three students would have an extra speaking part during the opening toast ceremony of the Madrigal Feaste. The associate professor of music pointed to a student in the middle of the room. A voice cried out from the choir: “Ho...

Madrigal Feaste transports community to Renaissance

Madrigal Feaste transports community to Renaissance

Gabi Wy, Features Editor

November 30, 2016

Carter Hall won’t be Carter Hall Dec. 1-4. Instead, Madrigal Feaste attendees will walk into a Renaissance-style Baron’s Hall, immersed in a fifteenth-century royal feast with the university Chamber Choir. For the 47th annual Madrigal Feaste, sophomore Beronica Ricketts will portray a J...

EVENT ALERT: Madrigal Feaste cancelled for Thursday night

Ariana Beedie

December 5, 2013

The first night of the Madrigal Feaste was cancelled tonight due to the upcoming bad weather. According to an email from Wendy Bredhold, ticket holders will be able to reschedule tickets for the Saturday or Sunday show. Ticket holders can call 812-461-5203 until 4:30 to reschedule or refund  their...

University prepares for 44th Annual Madrigal Feaste

University prepares for 44th Annual Madrigal Feaste

Ariana Beedie

December 4, 2013

One of the university’s oldest holiday traditions kicks off this week. The 44th Annual Madrigal Feaste will be held at 7:30 p.m. from Dec. 5 to  Dec. 7 and at 1 p.m. on Dec. 8. Guests will sit in Carter Hall, which will be transformed into a 15th century medieval dining hall to celebrate the oldest ...

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