ALSO: “Alchemy & Intention: Summer Solstice Performance Arts Festival” at Franconia Sculpture Park; Minnesota Boychoir’s “Spring Sings”; and more.
ALSO: “LOG JAM! A Paul Bunyan Musical Spectacular” at the Bakken Museum; the American Swedish Institute’s Midsommar Celebration 2021; and more.
Concerts will be shorter: 60-75 minutes, without intermission. Audiences will be limited to 50% at first, with the hope of returning to full capacity by January or sooner.
ALSO: The Stone Arch Bridge Festival is back; Father’s Day With Cantus at Lake Harriet Bandshell; and more.
Vänskä will be at Orchestra Hall tonight, baton in hand, when the Minnesota Orchestra performs its first indoor concert to a live audience since March 7, 2020, 461 days ago.
Alan Berks and Leah Cooper have adapted “In My Heart: The Adoption Play Project,” into a graphic novel. A virtual book launch on Friday will feature members of the original cast in a reading from “In My Heart.”
“I wanted to come back robustly,” said Guthrie Theater Artistic Director Joseph Haj.
ALSO: Chamber Music Society of Minnesota has announced plans for a 2021-22 season at Hamline’s Sundin Hall; and more.
The St. Paul poet is the latest winner of the Max Ritvo Poetry Prize. His book, “Worldly Things,” will have its virtual launch on Tuesday, June 8.
ALSO: The SPCO at Mears Park and Como Pavilion; art and farmers market at Franconia Sculpture Park; and more.
ALSO: Minneapolis Sculpture Garden summer tours begin; “5 Black Poets Call for Social Justice One Year After George Floyd’s Murder”; and more.
ALSO: VocalEssence’s “Witness 2021” concert; An Opera Theatre’s “In the Midst of Things/In Medias Res”; and more.
ALSO: Theater Mu’s New Eyes Festival 2021; the Minneapolis Music & Movies in the Parks Kick-Off; and more.
International Artist Series performers will include pianist Víkingur Ólafsson and violinist Augustin Hadelich.
ALSO: Movie theater news (and blues); Benjamin Percy “The Ninth Metal” book launch; and more.
She has started performing again; she recently sang the role of Mrs. Herring in Minnesota Opera’s filmed version of Benjamin Britten’s “Albert Herring.”
ALSO: Playwrights’ Center names core writers and McKnight winners; “Racism: In the Face of Hate We Resist” (63 quilts) is on display at the Textile Center; and more.
ALSO: Book launch for “Sparked: George Floyd, Racism and the Progressive Illusion”; Schubert Club presents “An Evening With Composer-in-Residence deVon Russell Gray”; and more.
Both are committed to justice and equity, bringing more voices to the table and creating opportunities for people of color in the film and television industry.
ALSO: Nautilus Music-Theater presents Rough Cuts Online: “The Resurrection Project”; at the Humphrey School: “Saving Live Music: A Conversation With Dessa and Dayna Frank”; and more.