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GTCYS Symphony Celebrating Dean Billmeyer

Northrop and Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies Present GTCYS Symphony Celebrating Dean Billmeyer Tue, Apr 18, 7:30 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Apr 23 Carlson Family StageIn his 41st and final year as University...

GTCYS Symphony Celebrating Dean Billmeyer

Northrop and Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies Present GTCYS Symphony Celebrating Dean Billmeyer Tue, Apr 18, 7:30 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Apr 23 Carlson Family StageIn his 41st and final year as University...

Cinema’s First Nasty Women: Silent Cinema Shorts with Live Music Featuring Dreamland Faces

Northrop and Twin Cities Silent Film Project Present Cinema’s First Nasty Women: Silent Cinema Shorts with Live Music Featuring Dreamland Faces Tue, Apr 4, 7:30 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Apr 9 Carlson Family...

Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ

Northrop Presents Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ Sun, Mar 19, 3:00 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Mar 26 Carlson Family Stage“In 1926, German director Fritz Lang stunned...

Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ

Northrop Presents Fritz Lang’s Metropolis: Silent Film with Live Music Featuring Peter Richard Conte, organ Sun, Mar 19, 3:00 pm CT In-person / Livestream / On-demand On-demand through Mar 26 Carlson Family Stage“In 1926, German director Fritz Lang stunned...

Mick Sterling Presents: An Andy and Bing Christmas

The holiday season is a great time to spend with family, and what better way to celebrate than to listen to Christmas music? This vocal band will be a delight in December with classic...

Harp Twins

These iconic and identical twins put on a performance for everyone. Bring the whole family to listen to some unique harp music!

Rod Abernathy

This critically acclaimed artist is known for his songs about what truly matters in life. His performance is sure to be meaningful, deep, and a must-see!

Consortium Carissimi XV Season Opener

This first production of our Fifteenth Season celebrates three artists, two from roughly the same period in history: Secular Songs of the Englishman John Dowland (1563-1626) and Madrigals for five voices of the Italian...

All in the Timing

This quirky and fun act is a good time for the whole family! You’ll laugh your socks off, so make sure to get tickets!