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Tonic Sol-fa stands as one of the leading forces in the world of vocal music with Emmy Award-winning arrangements and multi-million selling compositions.Find out more »
Fun activities and beautiful artisanal crafts await at the MN Waldorf School's free and open-to-the-public 36th annual Holiday Fair and Artisan Marketplace, 6-9 pm Friday, and 10 am-4 pm Saturday, Nov. 22-23, at the Minnesota Waldorf School, 70 East County Road B, Maplewood, MN 55117. Friday night is a free, adults-only event where shoppers can snack on cheese and wine while browsing unique artisanal vendors. Musical entertainment will be provided by local cello and violin duo, The OK Factor. Saturday…Find out more »
2 SHOWS ONE NIGHT! 7PM AND 9:30PM KAJ Productions presents the “Greats Gone 2 Soon” live music series. KAJ is drummer extraordinaire, producer, songwriter, founder of KAJ Productions, leader of “The KAJ Orchestra”, MD of “UniverSoul”, "Greats Gone 2 Soon" is a prolific and dynamic series of tributes that pay homage to some of the most soul stirring musical greats of our time. These productions are evident of how truly driven and inspired we are to serve on a gold…Find out more »
The Lyra Baroque Orchestra presents a Baroque Dance Workshop ahead of our upcoming Les Caractéres de la Danse concert led by our wonderful guest dancers, Paige Whitley-Bauguess and Thomas Baird. All levels are welcome! Baroque dancers Paige Whitley-Bauguess and Thomas Baird interpret, recreate, and perform Baroque theatre dance in venues all over the world. A recent performance was described as “a window on the past…like being caught in a musical and theatrical time warp that reached my ears and eyes…Find out more »
Winter warm up party here, at The Lab. We will be starting at 4pm and ending at 11. We will be releasing two new beverages. We will have a few food trucks on site. Music will be the main focus at this wild party. We will have Run Rusty Run, Actual Wolf and Annie Mack with warm up vibes from DJ ESP.Find out more »
Join the Minnesota Sinfonia for a program of carols and holiday favorites. Young artist Isabel Li, winner of the Sinfonia's Young Artist Competition junior division in 2019, will dazzle you with Kabalevsky's Violin Concerto.Find out more »
“Brave,” “Malala,” “Heroes.” These songs, written by women (Sara Bareilles, Joan Szymko and Ann Reed, respectively), will be featured at the Twin Cities Women’s Choir concert, 7 p.m., November 23, 2019 at Roseville Lutheran Church, 1215 Roselawn Avenue West. The concert celebrates women and girls who have risen above circumstances to make their mark on the world. “Rebel Girls” is the first concert of a 4-year vision to raise awareness and lift up the voices of women and girls through…Find out more »
Singing transforms us. In this concert, CorVoce celebrates the unifying power released when we join in song together. Inspired by the binding experience realized through the tradition of song festivals held in the Baltic region, this concert features works by composers from Estonia, Finland, and Latvia.Find out more »
We welcome back Paige Whitley-Bauguess and her dance partner Thomas Baird for a baroque music and dance extravaganza! Presenting Les Caractéres de la Danse by Jean-Féry Rebel and Leclair violin concerti led by baroque violin virtuoso Luís Otavio Santos. Come early to hear the pre-concert talk! This time we will hear thoughts from dancers Paige Whitley-Bauguess and Thomas Baird at 6:30 PM. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at: lyrabaroque.org/danse.Find out more »
Celebrate National Square Dance Day with several forms of social dancing – square dances, circle dances, and more. Open to all, beginners are highly encouraged – we’ll teach you! “Sundays at Landmark” series is presented by Minnesota Landmarks and supported by Ecolab, Travelers, the Xcel Energy Foundation, and Ramsey County.Find out more »
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