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Songwriters in the Round #29 at the Hallberg Center for the Arts.
June 16, 2022

Video by Jack Doepke
Chisago Lakes Public TV

Songwriters in the Round #29

The Songwriters in the Round Series is proudly sponsored by the Hallberg Family Foundation

Every few months, the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community brings in 3 songwriters to perform at the Hallberg Center for the Arts in an "In The Round" format, performing their original pieces of music.

This Songwriters in the Round will help close out the exhibit, Ukraine - A Struggle for Freedom.  Stop in, see the exhibit and enjoy these incredible songwriters...

Bethany Larson, Adam Levy, and Riley Skinner

Riley SkinnerRiley Skinner

Riley Skinner is a singer-songwriter and electro-folk alternative musician newly based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her music draws on intriguing melodies, textured layers of sound, and intimate lyrics. Skinner's music asks the listener to join her in being vulnerable, being gentle, being honest, and being brave.

Adam LevyAdam Levy

Adam Levy is a singer-songwriter, educator and social activist. He’s released dozens of records with numerous projects, namely The Honeydogs, Turn Turn Turn, Bunny Clogs and solo work. He’s toured internationally, produced numerous records, taught kids history and social studies, taught songwriting to prison inmates, and been an advocate for mental health.

Bethany LarsonBethany Larson

Raised in Austin Minnesota, Bethany grew up a preacher’s daughter with three older brothers. She began singing with the church choir at the age of five and picked up guitar at fifteen.  Fans of twang-inflected country rock in the vein of Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams would be remiss not to catch one of the Twin Cities’ best-kept secrets - Twin Cities Metro.




Thank you to our sponsors:

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the East Central Regional Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

Minnesota State Arts BoardArts and Cultural Heritage Fund  East Central Regional Arts Council