The Schubert Club Museum Comes to Life!
On four evenings this season, favorite local artists bring live classical music—and more— to the galleries of the Schubert Club Museum in historic Landmark Center in downtown St. Paul. Complimentary wine, sparkling water, and treats will be served with each event, and the Museum will be open for concert-goers to explore beginning at 6:30pm the evening of each concert.
Tickets for all Live at the Museum events are just $12 if purchased in advance, or $16 at the door. These concerts often sell out.
Ole Bull and the Hardanger Fiddle with Peter Sheppard Skaerved
Thursday, November 17, 2016, 7:30pm
This concert will take place in Landmark Center, Courtroom 317
Peter Sheppard Skaerved is one of very few violinists to have performed and recorded on the violins of Paganini, Viotti, Joachim, Kreisler, and Ole Bull. One of the gems from Schubert Club’s historical instrument collection includes an exquisite 19th century Norwegian Hardanger fiddle believed to once be the property of Ole Bull around 1860. Spend the evening with Peter as he shares interesting stories of Bull and this amazing instrument along with performing music of Ole Bull and others on this historical instrument.
Music and Tales From the Schubert Club Manuscripts
Thursday, February 23, 2017, 7:30pm
Featuring: Vern Sutton, tenor and narrator; Maria Jette, soprano; Michael Sutton, violin; and Donald Livingston, keyboard
Enjoy another season to read between the lines of an all new set of letters from the Schubert Club’s famous Gilman Ordway Manuscript collection. Vern Sutton will explore the details surrounding the music and personalities of Beethoven, Mozart, Liszt, Brahms, Elgar, and Bloch. Then hear live performances of these composer’s works with historically enlightened ears.
Sing, Poet! American Songs of Celius Dougherty
Thursday, April 6, 2017, 7:30pm
Featuring: Mark Bilyeu, piano; Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano; and other Source Song Festival Musicians
Join the Artistic Directors of the Source Song Festival, Mark Bilyeu and Clara Osowski as they offer the second of three evenings dedicated to the music of locally born and internationally recognized Celius Dougherty. The evening will be rich with multi-media interviews, recordings, manuscripts, and letters from both the University of Minnesota and the Schubert Club collections.
Previously this season…
The Fortepiano and the First Romantics with Michael Tsalka
Tuesday, September 27, 2016, 7:30pm
Works by Ferdinand Ries, Ludwig van Beethoven, W.A. Mozart and Luigi Cherubini
Enjoy works by these celebrated composers performed by Michael Tsalka on fortepiano in celebration of his recent recording on instruments from the Schubert Club collection. These Viennese keyboards, highly praised and respected by Beethoven and other great musicians from the times, were known for their clarity of tone and fast, responsive action and damping. Michael Tsalka demonstrates a masterly control of dynamics, and is moreover thoroughly attentive to phrasing and tempi in a way that totally explains the music of these great masters.
Schubert Club Museum
Thelma Hunter Recital Room
Landmark Center #205
75 W. 5th St.
St Paul, MN 55102
$10 Student Rush
Single tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online or by calling the Schubert Club Ticket Office at 651.292.3268. We encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance. These intimate events often sell out in advance.Purchase tickets