ALSO: VocalEssence’s “Call of the North” features Minnesota composers and poets; Davina and the Vagabonds to livestream from the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: “Extraordinary Women” to open at the Minnesota History Center; the New Standards to livestream from the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: At the Dakota, Robert Robinson Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History Month; Zealous Hellions: Nataki Garrett at Mixed Blood; and more.
Her second album, “Out of the Dark,” will be released Saturday, Feb. 13, at the Dakota and Feb. 19 at Crooners.
ALSO: deVon Russell Gray in Schubert Club Courtroom concert; Jearlyn and Jevetta Steele perform “A Time to Heal” at the Dakota; and more.
There’s something for everyone, from the Guthrie’s “Dickens’ Holiday Classic” to the Blues Fest Live Year End Revue.
ALSO: “A Christmas Celebration with the Steeles,” livestreamed from the Dakota; holiday music presented by Minnesota jazz musicians; and more.
ALSO: Commonweal’s “A Driftless Christmas”; Jim Walsh book launch for “Fear and Loving in South Minneapolis”; and more.
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.
ALSO: streaming live from the Dakota: Nachito Herrera; a (virtual) evening with Renée Fleming and Vanessa Williams; and more.
ALSO: “The Marriage of Figaro” online from Minnesota Opera; a Jeff Daniels Virtual Concert; and more.
“I see this as something we’re all experiencing, and we have to work together and support one another in order to get through this,” said Dakota owner Lowell Pickett.
ALSO: Jennifer Egan leads U of M’s spring literary series; pipe organ concert by Giacomo Benedetti; and more.
ALSO: A.I.M. by Kyle Abraham at Northrop; Liz Draper at Icehouse; and more.
ALSO: Downtown Minneapolis Church Choir Festival at Westminster Presbyterian; “Superman Becomes Lois Lane” to open at the History Theatre; and more.
ALSO: Jewish Humor Festival at Sabes JCC; Schubert Karaoke at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: “Love & Law: A Century of the ACLU” at the Dakota; Lyra Baroque: “Passaggi” in Rochester at at Hamline; and more.
ALSO: William Kent Krueger to read at Hamline Midway Library; “Bloomsday” at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage; and more.
ALSO: The Bakken Trio at MacPhail; “Becky Shaw” at the Gremlin Theatre; and more.
ALSO: A Christmas Celebration with the Steeles at the Fitzgerald; Mankwe Ndosi Presents Great Black Music Mondays at Icehouse; and more.