ALSO: The SPCO presents Bach’s Saint John Passion; “Hemingway” on TPT 2; and more.
The series began with streams from musicians’ homes and apartments. It has since streamed from Crooners, Walker West Music Academy and, starting in September, the stage at the Dakota.
ALSO: “Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story” on TPT 2; Schubert Club presents Clara Osowski and Jeffrey Van in a Courtroom Concert; and more.
ALSO: Guthrie Theater presents “Dining With the Ancestors”; Nachito Herrera: Tribute to Chick Corea at the Dakota; and more.
The 2021 A.P. Anderson Award honoree is dancer and choreographer Ananya Chatterjea, the founder of Ananya Dance Theatre.
ALSO: VocalEssence’s “Call of the North” features Minnesota composers and poets; Davina and the Vagabonds to livestream from the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Ragamala will dance to a new home in Kingfield; Talking Volumes presents Talking Race with Naima Coster; and more.
ALSO: A video walk-through tour of the Gwen Westerman exhibition “From These Hands”; a livestream of The Broadway Cast Reunion series: “Dear Evan Hansen”; and more.
In 2019, Piper and Josh Sowin started a new company called Blue Kazoo. Separate from Brainjolt, Blue Kazoo makes premium jigsaw puzzles.
ALSO: Talking Volumes, Talking Race with Chang-rae Lee; pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet and the Minnesota Orchestra in livestream; and more.
ALSO: CTC streaming “Seedfolks”; Open Eye @ Home offers “Diary of a Madman”; and more.
ALSO: Club Book presents Claire Lombardo: “The Most Fun We Ever Had”; “Before Vaccines: Art and the Plague in Italy” at Mia; and more.
Their latest show, “Untying Time,” opens Saturday, March 13, at Groveland Gallery. Dan and Lee Ross will be there from noon until 3 p.m.
ALSO: Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society: “Dreams of Death” from Park Square; Club Book presents Imbolo Mbue; and more.
ALSO: Theater Latté Da’s The Ghostlight Series “Re-Cast”; “Dolly Parton and Friends: 50 Years at the Grand Ol’ Opry”; and more.
ALSO: Talking race with Reginald Dwayne Betts; Club Book features John Moe and “The Hilarious World of Depression”; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra: “Soaring Strings” livestream; poet Nikky Finney in livestreamed conversation with U of M poet and professor Douglas Kearney; and more.
ALSO: “Extraordinary Women” to open at the Minnesota History Center; the New Standards to livestream from the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: History Theatre at Home: “Rez Road 2000”; Schubert Club International Artist Series presents David Finckel, Wu Han and Friends; and more.
From July through December 2020, five sketchbooks traveled around the Twin Cities. Whenever one moved on, it carried with it something new: a sketch or two by an artist.