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.
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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Earlier this month, I had the opportunity at our Schubert Club Annual Luncheon to reflect back on the past season. In case you weren’t there, here’s a transcript of…
Today’s blog post about Theoroi is written by The Schubert Club’s Marketing Intern, Quinn Shadko. Theoroi is a Schubert Club program attempting to cultivate the next generation of Twin Cities arts audiences. The…
Today’s post is written by Max Carlson, The Schubert Club’s Program and Production Associate who manages our Composer Mentorship Program. The Schubert Club hosts a unique opportunity for high-school student composers called…
Today’s post is written by Max Carlson, The Schubert Club’s Program and Production Associate who manages our Composer Mentorship Program. Did you know that The Schubert Club hosts a unique opportunity for…
View a video from our Schubert Club Mix event featuring Avi Avital, mandolin
An Die Musik
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