SPCO flutist Alicia McQuerrey, the single parent of a young daughter, says, “when she’s sleeping, I think, ‘What are we going to do?’ “
ALSO: Jeanne Arland Peterson to retire; ‘La Natividad’ at Heart of the Beast; ‘Family Dinner’ improv at HUGE; and more.
ALSO: See MN Opera’s “Silent Night” on TPT; watch Christmas movies at the Riverview; and more.
ALSO: Another ‘Wuthering Heights’; St. Paul’s new artists in residence; Wendy Lehr at ‘Jungle Kids’; and more.
ALSO: ‘Grinch’ sells out; Union Depot Holiday Swing Dance; a sing-along “Fiddler on the Roof”; and more.
Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5 was a poignant reminder of something else both orchestra lockouts are robbing us of: opportunities to hear musicians like Zukerman here at home.
ALSO: ‘The Mother of Masks’ at Bedlam; ‘Sounds Like Home’ to benefit People Serving People; Bobby Vee’s signed prints in St. Joseph; and more.
ALSO: Landesman to step down at NEA; much ado about Twin Cities dance; ‘Prairie Home’ local tickets on sale; and more.
In the spirit of the Shop Local movement, all of our recommendations are hometown productions that support our local arts economy.
Minnesota Philanthropy Partners’ magazine includes a list of 18 nonprofits that are working hard to make arts and culture accessible throughout the state.
As of Thursday, gone are Handel’s “Messiah,” Irvin Mayfield’s “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas,” and Tonic Sol-fa’s annual holiday show.
ALSO: Penumbra to offer 3 benefit performances; MN Opera commissions “Manchurian Candidate”; ‘2012: The Musical’ to open; and more.
ALSO: Many weekend art-buying opportunities; Guthrie courts youth with ’30 Below’ program; Film Society’s Civic Cinema; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Opera to produce Argento opera on Valentino; Random House, Penguin to merge; and more.
Also: Northrop Dance’s magical opener, Zenon’s 30th fall season; Goldstein’s Italian treat; Guthrie’s 38th “Christmas Carol”; and more.
ALSO: Dale Warland honored; Jungle unveils new season; updates on Penumbra and the Southern; and more.
ALSO: SAGE Awards for dance; a Stones film fest; Bill Carrothers at Artists’ Quarter; U to honor Dominick Argento; and more.
ALSO: Lots of literary events this week; ‘Tiptoe through the ’60s’ at Central Library; and more.
ALSO: Walker’s Viso nominated to arts post by Obama; St. Paul Arts Crawl opening; ‘LOMoMO and the LEGEND’ concert planned; and more.
Issues of artistic control are among the subjects of negotiation in the SPCO contract talks.