Carleton 2005: An Evening in ParisThe Eiffel Tower

The Roseville Big Band performed at the Carleton College Mid-Winter Dance, February 5, 2005. Dancers enjoyed the wide variety of music the band played.
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Four dancers create an innovative group dance.
Student guest percussionists played Latin percussion instruments on "El Sol Tambien Se Pone."

The trumpet section played a passage in Dave Wolpe's arrangement of "Chattanooga Choo Choo."

From left to right: Harvey Skow, Gene Phares, Mark Lee, and Bob Nielsen

The Roseville Big Band trombone section.

The saxophone section concentrated on "Flying Home."

From left to right: tenors Dan Desmonds and Glen Peterson; altos Kay Foster and Bill Frank; baritone Bill Pearson

The trombone section played a passage in "April in Paris."

From left to right: Rich Eyman, Mike Bratlie, George Henly, and bass trombonist Keith Miner.

The rhythm section kept the band going on "Johnny's Theme," a tribute to Johnny Carson, long-time host of the Tonight Show.

Guitar, Jim Foss; piano, Brian Dole; drums, Kenne Thomas; electric bass, Mike Wobig

Karen Dunn thrilled the crowd with her rendition of "My Funny Valentine." Mike Bratlie was featured on the Roseville Big Band's first performance of Henry Mancini's "Two for the Road."
The inimitable Keith Miner sang the Rod Smith arrangement of "For Once in My Life." Glen Newton crooned the "Blue Skirt Waltz."
Rich Eyman played a trombone solo on "All of Me" while Glen Peterson awaited his turn to trade fours with Rich.

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

Bill Frank, alto sax soloist