ALSO: SPCO Happy Hour Concert with Pekka Kuusisto at Ordway Concert Hall; The Marx Brothers: “Duck Soup” and “Monkey Business” at the Trylon; a bungalow tour; and more.
ALSO: The SPCO plays Bach’s Second Violin Concerto; Oyate Okodakiciyapi: An Evening of Native Contemporary Dance at the Ordway; and more.
ALSO: Sound Unseen Film + Music Festival to open; Vänskä conducts Mahler’s Sixth; a celebration of Tom McGrath’s poetry; and more.
ALSO: National Lutheran Choir All Saints Concert: “All Shall Be Well”; James Sewell Ballet at the O’Shaughnessy; Charlie Quimby at Common Good Books; and more.
ALSO: Share your Prince story; Ticket to Brasil at Lake Harriet; The Pines and “Hairspray” at Loring Park; and more.
ALSO: Michael Elyanow’s “Lullaby” at the Ritz; Elvis Costello film at the Trylon; Alban Berg’s Chamber Concerto at Ordway Concert Hall (SPCO); and more.
ALSO: Opening of “Downtown: Minneapolis in the 1970s” at Mill City Museum; 54th Annual Marching Band Indoor Concert at Northrop; and more.
The west façade of the 15 Building is becoming a triptych of Dylan through the years. Lyrics from “The Times They Are A-Changin’ ” will be included.
ALSO: Zoo has a new baby tapir; Dean Magraw and Davu Seru at Black Dog; Ralph Bakshi’s “Wizards” at the Trylon; and more.
ALSO: “A Poem Is a Naked Person” at the Trylon; highlights of Minnesota Orchestra’s Sommerfest; “Nature” at Washburn Fair Oaks Park; and more.
ALSO: Six writers to read at Hennepin History Museum; author Charles Baxter to speak at U of M’s St. Paul campus; and more.
ALSO: Donizetti next up for Mill City Summer Opera; Jack DeJohnette’s Made in Chicago at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: MPR announces fall series of ‘Wits,’ Ben Sidran at the Dakota Thursday; individual SPCO tickets on sale; and more.
ALSO: Arts Board grants no longer for travel outside MN; ‘The Hunger’ at the Trylon; David Housewright presents “The Last Kind Word”; and more.
ALSO: “Axe Giant” at the Trylon; “Trick Boxing” coming to the Southern; MIA’s “truthiness” show nears its end; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Opera’s new season; ‘MinnAnimate’ at the Trylon; Meklit Hadero at the Cedar; and more.
Where there is regional flavoring, it tends to be of the North Woods high kitsch variety, which makes for a somewhat jarring visual experience.
ALSO: Many weekend art-buying opportunities; Guthrie courts youth with ’30 Below’ program; Film Society’s Civic Cinema; and more.
ALSO: St. Paul Art Crawl expands; Sound Unseen at Trylon; and more.
ALSO: ‘Seventh Seal’ at the Trylon; ‘Lucia’ to open; a saxophone choir; Harry Bellafonte coming to the Walker; and more.