The Schubert Club Museum Comes to Life!

On three evenings this season, favorite local artists bring live classical music—and more— to the galleries of The Schubert Club Museum. With each event, complimentary wine, sparkling water and treats will be served.

The Schubert Club Museum

205 Landmark Center
75 W. 5th St.
St Paul, MN 55102
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Earlier this season…

CRASH! Tri-Cycles: Music In Motion

November 18, 2014 7:30pm
Schubert Club Museum
Landmark Center 205

See, hear and take a ride on a Stringsercycle, Pipesercycle and Xylocycle – musical instruments, powered by exercise bicycles. Created by visual artist, Norman Andersen, these unique instruments are sure to intrigue music and science lovers of all ages! Hear a performance by the ensemble CRASH of Tri-Cycles, created and led by Composer, Mary Ellen Childs. The musicians will also assist audience members on their own “ride” as they discover the many intriguing sounds produced by these vibrant and unusual instruments.

Vern Sutton: Music and Tales From the Schubert Club Manuscripts (all new!)

January 22, 2015 7:30pm
Courtroom 317
Landmark Center 205

Return for an all-new program reading between the lines of the Letters in The Schubert Club’s famous Manuscript collection. Vern Sutton will explore the details surrounding the music and personalities of represented composers including Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Grieg, Beethoven and more. 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.

Due to popular demand for this event, the location was moved to Courtroom 317 of Landmark Center. 

Samuel Barber, In Words and Song – The Florestan Recital Project

Aaron Engebreth, baritone;  Alison d’Amato, pianist;  Jeff Esworthy, narrator

April 21, 2015 7:30pm
Schubert Club Museum
Landmark Center 205

Experience a biographical look at Samuel Barber through selected songs, from his boyhood and student works to his final songs he ever composed. In between song groups, Barber’s correspondence and other written records will be read, providing a concise audio-biographical experience of Barber’s style and his unvarnished appreciation for melody, poetry and lyricism. Prior to the program, view an original Barber letter on display in The Schubert Club Manuscript collection.