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Free lunchtime classical concert series starts Thursday in downtown St. Paul

The Schubert Club‘s weekly free lunchtime concert series starts a new season Thursday in St. Paul.

The first program in the kick-off concert features Karen Hansen, clarinet; John Wilcox, basset horn; and Sue Ruby, piano, with an all-Mendelssohn program. 

The program includes Konzertstück für Klarinette, Bassetthorn und Klavier Nr. 2 d-moll, Opus 114 and Konzertstück für Klarinette, Bassetthorn und Klavier Nr. 1 f-moll, Opus 113.

Then Lorelei Giddings, oboe; Vicki Wheeler, French horn; and Sue Ruby, piano, will perform Carl Reinecke’s Trio in B flat, Op. 274.

You can read more about the artists here.

The concert series runs most Thursdays, Oct. 15 through April 29, 2010, from 12:05 to 1 p.m. in Courtroom 317 of St. Paul’s Landmark Center, across from Rice Park and the Ordway.

Some nice FAQs about the series are here.

Comments (1)

  1. Submitted by Dan Hoxworth on 10/14/2009 - 02:33 pm.

    Thanks for sharing this article. What a wonderful resource the Schubert Club is to make classical music accessible in such an intimate fashion. Talk about restoring your sanity during your lunch hour! Kudos to Kathleen and her crew!

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