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Bloomingtone Recap: Audio Postcard

A recap of four venues from the weekend benefit concerts

  • A man playing the electric piano

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    Photo: Nash Hott

    The Marshall Robbins Combo performs at Cafe Django

  • A man playing the saxophone

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    Photo: Nash Hott

    Love Tap perform at Cafe Django

  • A live band performing

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    Photo: Nash Hott

    Wagom perform at Max's Place

  • two people playing a violin and flute

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    Photo: Nash Hott

    Baroque and classical music at Serendipity

  • A man singing opera

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    Photo: Nash Hott

    Opera at Serendipity

  • A woman belly dancing with a sword on her head

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    Photo: Nash Hott

    Darkside Belly Dancers perform at Rachael's Cafe

Bloomingtone Music Festival took place on October 19 and 20 at various venues in downtown Bloomington, Indiana. Proceeds from the festival were donated to the Artful Learning Program at Fairview Elementary School to foster creative learning for future artists. WFIU Arts Interns Nash Hott and Milana Katic visited venues from Cafe Django, Max’s Place, Rhino’s, and Serendipity to showcase the highlights of the weekend concerts in this audio postcard.

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