Experience The Schubert Club Museum
Guests will be introduced to The Schubert Club Museum by an interpretive guide in this orientation space. They will also encounter a massive sculpture of instruments.
“Music in the Home”
The history and context for the creation of music boxes will be explored, including Edison’s revolutionizing invention of the phonograph as a result of his quest to improve the telegraph and the telephone. An important connection can be drawn from music boxes, to phonographs, all the way to record players, CD players, and MP3 players.
Gamelan music is one of the great musical traditions of the world, beginning nearly 1,000 years ago. Learn about this unique and interesting musical culture and try the instruments yourself.
Schubert and the Recital Tradition
Step back in time and explore the history of recital music and learn about our namesake. Play and compare the mechanics of several keyboard instruments spanning from four different centuries.
Second Floor of Landmark Center
75 W 5th Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102 directions
No admission charge
Sunday through Friday, 12pm – 4pm
The Museum will be closed the following days in 2014:
Jan 20, Feb 17, April 20, May 25, May 26, July 4 and 6
New manuscripts now on display! Learn More
New! Come try out the keyboard instruments for yourself. Learn More
An interpretive guide is on staff to provide tours. Groups of 5 or more are encouraged to call ahead. After-hours tours may be possible by special arrangement. Please call Kate Cooper at 651.292.3266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come experience “The Living Collection” of The Schubert Club, a studio of playable copies of historic harpsichords and fortepianos. This is an excellent opportunity for instructors, students and artists to experience early periods of music on these instruments modeled after the original keyboards of the 17th and 18th centuries. Advanced booking is required by contacting Kate Cooper at 651-292-3266 or email@example.com
The Schubert Club Room
A beautifully decorated music parlour which serves as a space for performances and social gatherings.