Igor Levit, piano

February 16 & 17, 2016, Ordway Concert Hall

Michael Collins & Michael McHale

March 18 & 19, 2016

The Schubert Club Museum

Open Sunday–Friday from Noon–4pm


The Schubert Club invites the world’s finest recital soloists and ensembles to our community and promotes the finest musical talents of our community to the world. We do this through performances, education and museum programs, championing the music of today and of the future while celebrating great classical music of the past.

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Two Reasons You Should Plan a Trip to The Schubert Club Museum

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Today’s blog post is written by our Museum Manager, Kate Cooper, about some exciting changes in our FREE Schubert Club Museum. The Museum is located on the 2nd floor of…


Reflections on The Schubert Club’s Composer Mentorship Program by Isaac Blumfield

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The Schubert Club hosts a unique program for young composers called the Composer Mentorship Program. Each year, talented high-school student composers in the greater Twin Cities area apply to work with The Schubert…

Mole Music with Chiara String Quartet

Announcing 2015-2016 Family Concerts

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We are pleased to announce the 26th season of The Schubert Club Music in the Park Series Family Concerts! This series features nationally and locally celebrated performing artists in programs…


Five Important Take-Aways from Chamber Music America’s Annual Conference

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I spent the second half of last week at the Chamber Music America (CMA) conference in New York. This is a gathering of a broad variety of classical and jazz…

New this season: International Artist Series Coffee Concerts

Join us in the Ordway Concert Hall for the world’s best classical musicians served up with a complimentary cup of coffee!

Igor Levit, piano

Wednesday, February 17, 2016, 10:30am 

Michael Collins, clarinet with Michael McHale, piano

Friday, March 18, 2016, 10:30am


An Die Musik

We publish five magazine style program books each season. Called An die Musik, these books feature program details, program notes, articles about important Schubert Club matters, and interviews with donors, competition winners, and more.

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