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Travel around the world with Lumina as you listen to languages and songs from many countries! Twin Cities vocalists Linda Kachelmeier, Angela Grundstad, and Clara Osowski, and string player Ginna Watson will have you singing along and moving to the music. Learn about distant lands and people of many cultures through music. The whole family will enjoy the beauty and excitement of A Musical World Tour!Find out more »
Sensory-Friendly Family Concerts are inclusive, interactive concerts for families. These events allow audience members to enjoy an enriching concert experience in a sensory-friendly format.Find out more »
Experience traditional African drumming and dance heritage with Titambe West African Dance Ensemble! This COMPAS performance group has an impressive repertoire of authentic drumming, dances, music, storytelling, and cultural teachings. Composed of artists originating from all over the world, including Ghana, Liberia, Kenya, Trinidad, and America, each Titambe performance is a celebration of diversity and unity. Get ready to dance along to the vibrant rhythms of Titambe!Find out more »
Chalaca, a unique trio comprised of clarinet, harp, and percussion, takes you on a rhythmic journey from the Caribbean and South America all the way to New York City! From the baroque courts of Europe, to the ritual dances of West Africa, to the indigenous populations of modern-day Venezuela, Colombia, and Brazil...Chalaca celebrates the cross-century, cross-cultural migration that formed today's popular salsa, samba, mambo, joropo, and jequibau forms. Join them in celebrating composers who have immigrated to the United States and the folk masters who inspired them!Find out more »
Music in the Park Series Family Concerts are supported by the Boss Foundation, the Trillium Family Foundation and the Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation. The Daedalus String Quartet presentation is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring fund, a program of Arts Midwest, which is generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts with additional contributions from Minnesota State Arts Board and General Mills Foundation.