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Now in its fifth season, Schubert Club Mix is an innovative series that takes the formality out of classical music. Audiences are treated to remarkable and intimate performances with relevant artists who are influencing the musical landscape of today. A mix of old and new, presented in the stylish venues of Aria in downtown Minneapolis, TPT Street Space in St. Paul’s Lowertown, and new this season, Summit Beer Hall, this series is unique to the Schubert Club and not to be missed.
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Join us at Aria for a high energy evening featuring Colin Currie, “the world’s finest and most daring percussionist” (The Spectator, 2013). The Guardian highlights his “athletic percussionism, compulsive showmanship and deep musicality.” His Schubert Club Mix program will feature a wide range of instruments and includes music based on stories by Gabriel García Márquez – interspersed with readings of the texts. Currie is as mesmerizing to watch as he is to listen to – and his broad array of percussion instruments make a fascinating theatrical set.Find out more »
Join us for this final concert of the Mix season in a brand new venue for this series, Summit Brewery, for a lively evening with New York ensemble Third Sound in their Twin Cities debut performance. Formed in 2015 by composer Patrick Castillo, the ensemble is comprised of Sooyun Kim, flute; Romie de Guise-Langlois, clarinet; Karen Kim, violin; Michael Nicolas, cello; Orion Weiss, piano; and Patrick Castillo, composer. They will bring a mixed program of music including works by Brahms, Schoenberg and a world premiere by Patrick Castillo. In forming the ensemble with his wife Karen Kim, Patrick remarks, “We wanted to assemble a group of musicians whom we could trust with the broad sweep of chamber repertoire, to take everything from Mozart to Schoenberg, to stuff with the ink still wet equally seriously, with total curiosity, and absolutely kill it, no matter what the program.”Find out more »
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105 North 1st St, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Aria was originally known as the Realty Warehouse Company building, and was designed by noted architect Cass Gilbert, who designed the state Capitol. From 1992 to 2008, the building was home to the Theatre de la Jeune Lune. After the theater closed in 2008, the four story building remained vacant until 2010 when it was acquired by First & First. First & First restored Aria to its historic glory, adding chic modern touches along the way. Aria reopened as an event venue, hosting galas, corporate events, weddings, conferences, and other social gatherings in addition to producing original programming.
TPT Street Space
172 4th St E, St Paul, MN 55101
Opened in the fall of 2015, this gathering place will be used for public events, lectures and performances including future episodes of “The Lowertown Line,” PBS show screenings and community discussions. The space will represent an age of inclusion, collaboration and innovation for public TV.
Summit Beer Hall
910 Montreal Circle, St. Paul, MN 55102
Founded in 1986, Summit beer offers great pride to the Twin Cities. Originally located on University Avenue, their beers quickly became local favorites, and the company began to grow rapidly. By 1998 the company’s beer production had exceeded the capacity of the original University Avenue brewery, and a new brewery, designed by architect Peter O’Brien, was built on the west end of St. Paul, overlooking the Mississippi River. Mix concerts will take place in the brewery’s Ratskeller (German for “council room”). All ages are welcome, but if you want a beer you will be carded, so don’t forget your government-issued picture ID.
I believe there are music-lovers in our community for whom the formality and rituals of a traditional classical music performance in a traditional concert venue are something of a deterrent to attending. Our idea behind Schubert Club Mix is to relax our presentation style and the ambiance of the venue without at all compromising the quality of the music-making.
–Barry Kempton, Artistic & Executive Director of The Schubert Club
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