ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra to perform Dvořák’s New World Symphony; Youth Jazz Showcase and Sophia Kickhofel Group at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: Authors John Toren and Matt Schuth at SubText Books; Open Courtyard Family Days at Mill City Museum; and more.
ALSO: The Adam Meckler Orchestra at Crooners; Guthrie adds “Destiny of Desire”; the CHS Field Cat Video Festival; and more.
Among the nine in-person dance performances that will start in October are several dance films and a small series of concerts on Northrop’s restored Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ.
On Saturday night at a café in Lowertown, Steve Kenny will stand before a crowd and proclaim, “Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Saturday Night Jazz at the Black Dog!”
ALSO: The FLOW Northside Arts Crawl 2021; Patrick’s Nicollet Island Cabaret; the Loring Park Art Festival; and more.
ALSO: A Jungle Theater costume sale; Charlie Parr at the Electric Fetus; and more.
ALSO: Operetta Under the Stars at Como Lakeside Pavilion;
NEA names 2022 Jazz Masters; and more.
The original is a 22½ x 30″ painting done in ink and watercolor. Cannon’s intent from the start was to create something aspirational, a representation that transcended any specific year.
ALSO: Out of the Box Opera presents: “Night at the Opera/Night on the Town”; Anderson Center at Tower View’s 25th Anniversary celebration in Red Wing; and more.
ALSO: The 2021 Minneapolis Aquatennial; Minnesota Sinfonia at Gibbs Farm; and more.
From the season opener in September with violinist Joshua Bell to the season finale in June 2022, Mahler’s “Symphony of a Thousand,” the Minnesota Orchestra will present 82 concerts at Orchestra Hall.
ALSO: The 49th Annual Twin Cities Pride Festival in Loring Park; “Hair: The Concert Experience” at Caponi Art Park Amphitheater; and more.
ALSO: Stockholm Art Fair on Lake Pepin; Minnesota Orchestra’s summer opening; and more.
ALSO: “Eleven McKnight Artists” exhibition at Northern Clay; Jay Young & the Lyric Factory; and more.
ALSO: The Twin Cities Antiquarian Book Fair; Film Society’s “Summer of Soul” at St. Anthony Main; and more.
ALSO: A Native Music Series from the Cedar; the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community to exhibit at the State Fair; and more.
ALSO: “Fanfare for the Commons” at Excelsior Commons; “Mr. Tornado” on PBS; and more.
ALSO: 18 full concerts by the Minnesota Orchestra available virtually; where to find July 4 fireworks displays.