ALSO: Garth Brooks adds second show in Minneapolis; “Les Miserábles” at the Orpheum; “Nutcracker (not so) Suite” at the Cowles; and more.
ALSO: “Snaildartha” at the Turf Club; Readings by Writers at the University Club of St. Paul; and more.
ALSO: “Teen Idol: The Bobby Vee Story” at the History Theatre; SPCO to perform Bach’s “Brandenburg” Concertos; and more.
ALSO: David Harrower’s “Blackbird” at Grain Belt Warehouse; Yarnado 2018 at Rogue Buddha Gallery; and more.
The violinist addressed the audience, explaining that while the first part of the concert had been about “joy and youthfulness, drinking songs and fireworks,” the second part would be about “love and farewells.”
ALSO: No Coast Craft-O-Rama at Midtown Global Market; Lisa Gutkin: The Music and Musicians of “Indecent” at the Cedar; and more.
ALSO: Bach’s Christmas Oratorio at Orchestra Hall; Kevin Kling’s “Tales from the Charred Underbelly of the Yule Log” at the Guthrie; and more.
ALSO: ‘Public Love’ at the Walker; Patricia Kopatchinskaja and Polina Leschenko perform with the SPCO; and more.
ALSO: Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus at Ted Mann; “A Year With Frog & Toad” at Plymouth Congregational Church; and more.
ALSO: “Marie and Rosetta” at Park Square; Julmarknad: Christmas Market and Festival at ASI; a Northrop pipe-organ concert; and more.
In the three years and change since Rasmussen arrived as artistic director, the Jungle has become noticeably and jubilantly more diverse.
ALSO: Fourth Annual Gingerbread Wonderland at Norway House; a Patricia Hampl reading at the Weisman; and more.
ALSO: Evan Christopher at Vieux Carré; Larry Millett to read from “Metropolitan Dreams” at Common Good Books; and more.
Also: “How to Have Fun in a Civil War” at the History Center; Happening: Amber Sanctuary at Guthrie’s Level 9; and more.
“Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes” screens just once during Sound Unseen: on Sunday, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m. at the Trylon.
ALSO: “King David” at Plymouth Congregational; Gabriel Kahane at the Parkway; and more.
ALSO: “Noises Off” at the Guthrie; Club Book: Deborah Blum in Apple Valley; “Maria by Callas” at Edina Cinema; and more.
ALSO: Thurston Moore: Moore at 60 at the Walker; presidential historian Michael Beschloss at Westminster Town Hall Forum; and more.
ALSO: Cirque du Soleil’s “Corteo” at Target Center; “Masters of the Keyboard” at MacPhail; and more.
ALSO: “The Great Gatsby” at the Ritz; Pittsburgh Ballet and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra at Northrop; Music and Poems in a Nordic Mood at ASI; and more.