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Let’s Make Music!

Second and third Wednesday of every month
10:00-10:40 or 11:00-11:40

Open to museum tours and groups of 10 or more

When you book your tour of the Music Museum, add a Let’s Make Music experience for your group!

When you book your tour of the Music Museum, add a Let’s Make Music experience for your group! These sessions offer the opportunity to play together as a group with popular Twin Cities musicians, using instruments from the Music Museum.

Offered every 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of the month! Participation is FREE. Registration is required.

One String Dulcimer
Ross Sutter or Karen Mueller
Second Wednesday of every month

September 11, 2024
October 9, 2024
November 13, 2024
December 11,2024

January 8, 2025
February 12, 2025
March 12, 2025
April 9, 2025
May 14, 2025

Bomba and Maraca
Maria Isa or Alex Santos
Third Wednesday of every month

September 18, 2024
October 16, 2024
November 20, 2024
December 18, 2024

January 15, 2025
February 19, 2025
March 19, 2025
April 16, 2025
May 21, 2025

Ross Sutter

Ross Sutter is best known as a singer of Scandinavian, Scottish, and Irish songs, and for his wide repertoire of American traditional and popular songs.   He accompanies himself on guitar, dulcimer, button accordion, and bodhran.  He has performed at numerous venues throughout the region and beyond, from concert halls to libraries and schools, from outdoor festivals to senior centers, and has appeared on “A Prairie Home Companion.”

Karen Mueller

Karen Mueller is one of the top autoharp and mountain dulcimer players performing today. Her exciting and innovative performing style, featuring Appalachian, Celtic and contemporary music, has been applauded by critics and audiences from LA to Boston. Bluegrass Unlimited magazine has said “Karen Mueller’s touch, timing and taste make her a true virtuoso. Her talent and clarity…deserve a wide audience.”

Maria Isa

Maria Isa Pérez-Hedges is a Boricua (BO-REE-KWA) singer, songwriter, actress, rapper, activist, youth worker and international recording artist born in Minnesota and raised on St. Paul’s West Side barrio. She has performed alongside and opened for artists such as The Roots, Common, Moby, and many more, and is the founder, producer and co-host for Latina Theory: Spanglish Podcast known one of NPR’s top LatinX Podcasts.

Alex Santos

Alex Santos is a Minneosta-based educator and musician. His instruments of focus are Bomba and Maracas. Alex performs often with Maria Isa for education programs in and around the Twin Cities.