The art of storytelling: few have it, all can enjoy it. One man who not only possesses this talent but has perfected it will be taking the stage at the Fitzgerald Theater tonight, Wednesday night, and Thursday night, along with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, bringing to life love sonnets and classic American songs alike. That man is Garrison Keillor.
Famous for his Saturday evening radio program, A Prairie Home Companion, Minnesota-native Keillor is also a renowned author (his latest book, 77 Love Sonnets, was just released this month). Joining him at the Fitzgerald is Philip Brunelle, artistic director and founder of VocalEssence. The two have performed together with such great orchestras as the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, and L.A. Philharmonic, but have decided to end their run back at home in St. Paul.
Don’t miss what’s sure to be an unforgettable night of moving music and heartwarming stories, always made a touch more special by the one and only Keillor.
Garrison Keillor with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra
Tuesday, January 25–Thursday, January 27, 7:30 p.m.
$20–$40 (MPR members receive a discount)
The Fitzgerald Theater, 10 Exchange St. E., St. Paul, 651-290-1200