ALSO: 2021 NEA Jazz Masters announced; Gypsy Mania Hot Club Quartet to be livestreamed from the Dakota; Bill McKibben online for Westminster Town Hall Forum; and more.
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Pamela Espeland has written about the arts for MinnPost since our launch in 2007.
ALSO: “Women of Broadway: Patti Lupone” online; Dodge Poetry Festival Opening Celebration on Zoom; and more.
ALSO: Virtual Club Book features David Treuer: “The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee”; Pen Pals with Colum McCann; musical instruments and aerosols research; and more.
Shoultz leads the VocalEssence Ensemble Singers (32 professional singers), the VocalEssence Chorus (115-120 volunteer singers) and the youth choir VocalEssence Singers of This Age, aka VESOTA.
ALSO: Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company: “Operation: Immigration”; The Theater of Public Policy: “What Is the Future of Public Media?”
ALSO: Happening Now — Art Month in St. Paul; American Swedish Institute’s Drive Thru Lutfisk Dinner; “Wuthering Heights” opera; and more.
Scheduled for Oct. 15-22, the MSP Film Society’s 2020 showing of the best new U.S. Latino, Latin American and Iberian films has been dubbed “Cine Latino En Casa” – at home.
Rain Taxi will publish its 100th issue this winter. And next week the 2020 Twin Cities Book Festival will take place virtually over three days: Oct. 15 through Oct. 17.
ALSO: Talk of the Stacks features Julia Alvarez on Zoom; Bloodline with Diane Miller + Big Shoe 4tet in the courtyard at Icehouse; and more.
What was manifestly clear in all three performances was how much the musicians want to perform for us, stay engaged with us and continue to bring their artistry to us.
ALSO: Ariana Kim: “How Many Breaths?” Live Mini-Concerts; Talking Volumes: Sarah Broom, on Zoom; and more.
Hicks will host the first of six livestreamed concerts by the Minnesota Orchestra tonight, Oct. 2. All are free.
ALSO: Magers & Quinn presents Neal Karlen and “This Thing Called Life: Prince’s Odyssey On + Off the Road” online; on Cantus’ website: “There Lies the Home”; and more.
ALSO: Guthrie to present virtual ‘Christmas Carol’; Illusion Theater presents Carlyle Brown’s ‘Down in Mississippi’; and more.
ALSO: Club Book presents Dahr Jamail; Uptown Brass at Crooners; Minnesota History Center to reopen; and more.
On Sept. 29, Northrop will host its first live performance in more than six months when Katelyn Emerson plays the refurbished Aeolian-Skinner organ for a limited-capacity audience of 250 or fewer.
ALSO: Homes by Architects Tour goes virtual; Illusion Theater presents “Five Minutes of Heaven” on Zoom; and more.
ALSO: streaming live from the Dakota: Nachito Herrera; a (virtual) evening with Renée Fleming and Vanessa Williams; and more.
ALSO: Theatre Pro Rata postpones “Top Girls”; fall pottery sales move (mostly) online; and more.
Gray, aka dVRG, is a classically trained composer, multi-instrumentalist and new-music performer who finds himself in a surprisingly good place, like the eye of a storm.