Locked Out Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra Concert at Altered Esthetics


Feb 23, 2013
04:30 PM until 06:30 PM


Altered Esthetics and the Locked Out Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra invite you to join them on Saturday, February 23 for an afternoon of music in support of the preservation of the Minnesota Orchestra’s 110-year Legacy of Artistic Excellence.

Bring your own basket and enjoy a picnic indoors with beautiful music in the middle of a Minnesota winter. The music will start at 4:30 pm, but please come early to view our current exhibit, Past the Apocalypse.

The Musicians have heard from many supporters who would like to aid the efforts of the Musicians with a direct financial contribution during the lockout. One hundred percent of the amount donated will be used for our concert productions, educational and service-oriented projects, and an emergency relief fund for musicians.

For additional information, please contact Altered Esthetics Education Director Janelle Kay Doyle at 612-327-1582


Suggested Donation: $10.00


View map Altered Esthetics
1224 Quincy St. NE
Minneapolis, MN

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