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Schubert Club Scholarship Competition winner Clare Longendyke performs piano music of Ravel, Amy Williams, and Rachmaninoff.Find out more »
Tenor, David Walton and pianist, Mark Bilyeu perform a British program of songs by Gerald Finzi and Benjamin Britten.Find out more »
FREE Courtroom Concert featuring Joanne Opgenorth, violin; Jennifer Gerth, clarinet; Laura Sewell, cello; Ora Itkin, piano
Joanne Opgenorth, violin, Jennifer Gerth, clarinet, Laura Sewell, cello, and Ora Itkin, piano perform chamber music of Mozart, Milhaud, and Peter Schickele.Find out more »
DEFINED BY DECAY A program of music for solo harp and piano that looks at our ever-changing relationships with four concepts that define our lives: home, morality, pleasure, and beauty.Find out more »
FREE Courtroom Concert featuring Osvaldo Golijov’s “The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind” with Pat O’Keefe and friends
Pat O'Keefe leads a program of lively klezmer classics, followed by "The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind" by Osvaldo Golijov. Featuring Susan Crawford, violin, Holly Ager, violin, Alastair Brown, viola, and Joe Englund, cello.Find out more »
FREE Courtroom Concert featuring Eva Beneke, guitar, with Richard Kriehn, mandolin and Maria Jette, soprano
A prize-winner at international guitar competitions in The Netherlands, Italy and the U.S., Eva Beneke presents a program with Richard Kriehn, mandolin and Maria Jette, soprano.Find out more »
FREE Courtroom Concert featuring the music of Catherine Dalton, with Margaret Humphrey, violin, Kirsten Whitson, cello, and Erik Barsness, percussion
A performance of Catherine Dalton's "Walking Together," a piece that weaves together prose and poetry on the topic of cultural experience. Featuring Margaret Humphrey, violin, Kirsten Whitson, cello, and Erik Barsness, percussion, the compositions underscore texts by poets such as Peter Blue Cloud, Naomi Shihab Nye, and Kao Kalia Yang, read by people representing the diversity of the Twin Cities community.Find out more »
Schubert Club Competition winner (cello), Ben Osterhouse performs Fauré, along his own compositions for various instruments. Featuring Aleks Tengesdal and Dan Keeler, cello, Maddie Holtz, soprano, Susan Miranda, oboe, Hannah Spivey, harp, Priscilla Chang, piano, and Brittany Zales, mover.Find out more »
Featuring Plymouth Youth Choir with Phillip Shoultz, director. Youth perform choral pieces ranging from folk hymns and spirituals to contemporary pieces in a variety of languages. To join, a music background is helpful,…Find out more »
Emily Cole, violin, Roy Meyer, violin, Valerie Little, viola, Ruth Marshall, cello, and Garret Ross, piano perform the Piano Quintet in F minor by Brahms.Find out more »
Composer Abbie Betinis writes music called "inventive, richly melodic" (The New York Times), "superb, whirling, soaring" (Tacoma News Tribune), and "the highlight" of the program (Boston Globe). With over 50 commissioned works…Find out more »
Liba Schacht Violinist Liba Shacht was born in Vilnius, Lithuania, where she began her musical studies at age five. Shortly thereafter, her family emigrated to Israel. The recipient of an…Find out more »
Reinaldo Moya is a graduate of Venezuela’s El Sistema music education system. Through El Sistema, he had access to musical training from an early age and was a founding member…Find out more »
FREE Courtroom Concert featuring American Composers Forum in partnership with Schubert Club NextNotes Lab student recital
Featuring American Composers Forum in partnership with Schubert Club NextNotes Lab student recital View the Frequently Asked Questions about the Courtroom Concerts. About the Host Composer Abbie Betinis writes music…Find out more »
October through May
Thursdays from 12pm – 1pm
Courtroom 317, Landmark Center
Hosted by Abbie Betinis.
View the Frequently Asked Questions about the Courtroom Concerts.
Seating is limited and first come first served. Doors open at 11:30. Please call if you are attending as a group of 10 or more (651.292.3267).
Schedule & Programs Subject to Change
About the Host:
Composer Abbie Betinis writes music called “inventive, richly melodic” (The New York Times), “superb, whirling, soaring” (Tacoma News Tribune), and “the highlight” of the program (Boston Globe). With over 50 commissioned works for ensembles such as Cantus, the New England Philharmonic, and The Rose Ensemble, Abbie has been awarded a McKnight Composer Fellowship, grants from the American Composers Forum, ASCAP, and Jerome Foundation, and was recently listed in NPR Music’s Top 100 Composers Under 40. A resident of Saint Paul, she is adjunct professor of composition at Concordia University, and was composer-in-residence with the Schubert Club from 2005-2017.