ALSO: Maud Hixson at Crooners; the Politics of Pandemics Book Club reads “Pale Rider”; and more.
ALSO: “The Marriage of Figaro” online from Minnesota Opera; a Jeff Daniels Virtual Concert; and more.
ALSO: Jazz for Justice at Gold Medal Park; Minnesota Opera’s next Digital Opera: “The Fix”; Patrick Stewart (streaming) as Macbeth; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Opera’s Digital Opera: Massenet’s “Thaïs”; A Musical Three-Course Meal on the SPCO website; and more.
ALSO: Online discussion with Kate DiCamillo; Minnesota Opera’s “The Shining” to stream; and more.
ALSO: MSPIFF39 Redefined: A Virtual Film Festival; Art-A-Whirl goes online; a Prince concert from the Purple Rain Tour; and more.
ALSO: Third Thursday: Afrofuturism at Mia; Lauren Gunderson’s “Silent Sky” at the Bell Museum; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Opera’s “Flight” at the Ordway; 2020 Winter Flower Show at Como Park; “Black Comedy” at Theatre in the Round; and more.
ALSO: Concertmaster Erin Keefe is the soloist for Dvorâk’s Romance in F minor with the Minnesota Orchestra; “Journey’s End” at Gremlin Theatre; and more.
This is not the Met’s “Elektra” or anyone else’s. It’s a new production, set within the frame of a 1920s German film studio, where famed director Fritz Lang is making a silent movie of “Elektra.”
ALSO: “Pipeline” at Penumbra Theatre; Branford Marsalis at Northrop; fall pottery sales; and more.
ALSO: 6th Annual LunaFest at Riverview Theater; VocalEssence performs Bob Dylan in “The Times They Are A-Changin’ “; and more.
ALSO: Two Met Opera audition winners have Twin Cities ties; American Craft Show at St. Paul’s RiverCentre; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Opera’s new commission connects with Hmong-American community.
ALSO: Zenon Dance Company to close; Sun of Goldfinger at Icehouse; percussionist Colin Currie with Minnesota Orchestra; and more.
“Shoeless” Joe Jackson and seven teammates of the Chicago White Sox were accused of conspiring with gamblers to throw the World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. They were acquitted, but barred from professional baseball for life.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, University of Minnesota professor emeritus and longtime Minneapolis resident died Wednesday at 91.
ALSO: The Westerlies at the Machine Shop; Mozart’s Double Piano Concerto at Orchestra Hall; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Opera to buy the Lab Theater; Ben Wendel Seasons Band at the Parkway; and more.
ALSO: Twin Cities Moth StorySLAM at the Amsterdam; Minnesota Orchestra brings Common Chords to north Minneapolis; and more.