Carleton 2001

The Roseville Big Band performed at the Carleton College Mid-Winter Dance, February 3, 2001. (Click the picture to see the entire band.)
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Again and again, the dance floor filled with students and faculty dancing to the Roseville Big Band's wide variety of music.
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Sambas, such as "El Cumbanchero", and tangos, such as "La Cumparsita", were popular with the many students who were learning or already had mastered society dances.
Student dancers polish their footwork. Tango dancers
Guest percussionists joined the band on "Cha Cha Cha for Judy", "Brazil", and "Kiss of Fire".
Students play vibra-slap and tambourine. Bigger picture is 65K A guest percussionist plays the afuche.
The trumpets and trombones wailed on Arturo Sandoval's "Funky Cha Cha"!
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Swing dancers execute a fast spin. "It Don't Mean a Thing if it Ain't Got That Swing" and other fast numbers provided the inspiration for some outstanding swing dancing!
Rich Eyman played a trombone interlude on "Fever". Rich Eyman, trombone soloist
Bigger picture is 90K The sax section played Glenn Miller's theme song, "Moonlight Serenade".
Vocalist Karen Dunn belted out "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter". Karen Dunn, vocalist
The picture inside the room is 48K A star on the door identified the band's lounge for dinner and breaks. (Click the star to look into the room.)
Guitarist Carl Berger, pianist Brian Dole, and bassist Mike Wobig constituted 3/4 of the rhythm section.
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Drummer Jim Foster rounded out the section.
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Brian played a piano solo on "Show Me the Way to Go Home", the band's final selection of the evening.
Brian Dole, pianist

Click here to see pictures from the Roseville Big Band performance at other Carleton College Mid-Winter Dances.