Announcing Live at the Museum 2015-2016

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Announcing LIVE AT THE MUSEUM 2015-2016

The Schubert Club Museum, Landmark Center, Saint Paul 
Live at the Museum aims to bring The Schubert Club Museum to life with programming centered around the exhibits of The Schubert Club Museum. Purchase tickets in advance for only $12 each!


Immanuel Davis & Barthold Kuijken: Wooden Flutes: 18th Century French and German Music

October 19, 2015 7:30pm
Landmark Center Courtroom 317

Belgian baroque flute virtuoso Barthold Kuijken is joined by University of Minnesota flute professor, Immanuel Davis in a varied and delightful program of works for two flutes by French and German 18th century composers, including Clérembault, Hotteterre, Quantz, and Telemann. Enjoy the sound of two wooden flutes as they blend and weave around each other, sometimes leaving the listener unsure of who is playing which part! 

 or call The Schubert Club Box Office at 651.292.3268

 

Vern Sutton: Music and Tales From The Schubert Club Manuscripts


February 25, 2016 7:30pm
Landmark Center Courtroom 317

Vern Sutton, Tenor and Narrator 
Maria Jette, Soprano
Michael Sutton, Violin
Donald Livingston, Keyboard

Enjoy another season to read between the lines of an all new set of original autographed letters from The Schubert Club’s famous Gilman Ordway Manuscript collection. Vern Sutton will explore the details surrounding the music and personalities of these represented composers including Stravinsky, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Elgar and Ysaye. Then hear live performances of those composer’s works with historically enlightened ears, presented by Maria Jette, soprano; Michael Sutton, violin; Donald Livingston, keyboards; and Vern Sutton, tenor.

Purchase tickets online or call The Schubert Club Ticket Office at 651.292.3268

 

May We Hear Him Again: Music of Celius Dougherty

April 7, 2016 7:30pm
Schubert Club Museum, Landmark Center 205

Mark Bilyeu, piano
Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano
Joined by Maria Jette, Alan Dunbar, & Timothy Lovelace

Join the Artistic Directors of the Song Source Festival, Mark Bilyeu and Clara Osowski, as they offer the first of three evenings dedicated to the music of locally born and internationally recognized Celius Dougherty. The evening will be rich with multi-media interviews, recordings, manuscripts, and letters from both the University of Minnesota and The Schubert Club collections as well as live performances.

Purchase tickets online or call The Schubert Club Ticket Office at 651.292.3268