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Museum Minis

Student Musicians & Families

Free, virtual interactive sessions for all ages to experience musical performances and learn about the people, cultures, and sounds behind the instruments in the Schubert Club Music Museum

Museum Minis are free, virtual 15-minute interactive presentations for all ages to learn about instruments from the Schubert Club Music Museum. Local talented, knowledgeable, and diverse musicians will share fascinating information about how these instruments make their sound and the cultures from which they originated.  Enjoy mini performances emphasizing each instrument’s unique and special character.

Programs will be available to stream on the date of the performance on this page and on our YouTube channel, and will be available for replay for a period of time following the premiere. Please contact us at 651.292.3268 or at ticketing@schubert.org if you have any questions about our virtual programs.


New This Season!

All Museum Minis premiere online at 10:30 AM


Toyin Spellman- Diaz · October 10


French Horn

Kevin Newton · December 5


Tami Morse · January 30


Nirmala Rajasekar · March 20


Christian Adeti · May 1

Upcoming Museum Minis

Concerts & Tickets

Museum Mini: Tami Morse, harpsichord


Explore Schubert Club's oldest keyboard instrument, a 17th Century Italian harpsichord. Tami Morse will demonstrate how the feather quills pluck the strings of this rustic instrument, producing its bright, resonant sound.

Museum Mini: Nirmala Rajasekar, veena


Veena musician, Nirmala Rajasekar, plays energetic ragas (melodies) and talas (rhythms) on the oldest Indian musical instrument dating back over 2000 years. Museum Minis are free, virtual 15-minute interactive sessions […]