Courtroom Concerts 2013-2014
10/17 – Trio 612: Linda Chatterton, flute, Joel Salvo, cello, Matthew McCright, piano - Music of David Evan Thomas
10/24 – Centre Street Quartet
10/31 – Ensemble 61: Erik Barsness, percussion; Matthew McCright, piano; and Carrie Henneman Shaw, soprano - Music of Mary Ellen Childs
11/7 – Alyssa Anderson, mezzo-soprano and Joseph Spoelstra, guitar; Pat O’ Keefe, clarinet and Paul Cantrell, piano view program
11/14 – Daria Adams, violin, Cléa Galhano, recorder, Layton James, harpsichord view program
11/21 – Zeitgeist; Margaret Humphrey, violin; Momoko Tanno, soprano; Asako Hirabayashi, harpsichord; Julie Sweet, piano view program
2/6 – David Kent Morgan, tenor and Jenya Trubnikava, piano
2/13 – Lorelei Ensemble
2/20 – Phoebe Adele Dalton, violoncello and Min Jung Kim, piano
2/27 – Michael Jorgenson, baritone and Bonnie Jorgenson, piano
3/6 – Irina and Julia Elkina, duo piano
3/13 – Florestan Recital Project: Aaron Engebreth, baritone and Alison d’Amato, piano - Music of Libby Larsen
3/20 – Steven Marking, baritone and Ruth Palmer, piano
Duo Zeno: Preston Duncan, saxophone and Scotty Horey, marimba
3/27 Music of Abbie Betinis
April 3 – Mark Bilyeu and friends
April 10 – Charanga Tropical
April 17 – Pavia Winds - Music of The Schubert Club Composer Mentorship Apprentices
April 24 – Music of Edie Hill
Schedule & Programs Subject to Change
October through April
Thursdays from 12pm – 1pm
no concerts on Nov 28, Dec 5, Dec 26, or January 30
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center
Hosted by Schubert Club Composer-in-Residence, Abbie Betinis.
View the Frequently Asked Questions about the Courtroom Concerts.
Plan to arrive early as seating is limited and first come first served. Please call if you are attending as a group of 10 or more (651.292.3267)
An Interview with Dominick Argento
In celebration of Dominick Argento’s 85th birthday in October 2012, The Schubert Club presented a concert of his works on the Courtroom Concert of October 18. The Pulitzer-prize winning composer made time to talk to Abbie Betinis in The Schubert Club Museum where he shared his thoughts on a wide range of topics including his works and approach to composition, the Twin Cities arts community and his long association with The Schubert Club.
Watch a portion of our November 8, 2012 Courtroom Concert featuring competition winner Jeremy Krahn as he performs Liszt’s “Apres une Lecture de Dante,” one of the most difficult pieces in the standard repertoire!