Schubert Club is excited to announce that cancelled concerts by 2020-21 Featured Artists David Finckel, cello, and Wu Han, piano, have been rescheduled as outdoor concerts in June of 2021 at Schell’s Stage at the Schilling Amphitheater on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. 

These concerts will focus on the chamber music of Franz Schubert, written at various stages of his all-too-short life of 31 years. In keeping with David and Wu Han’s commitment to future generations of chamber musicians, all of their programs will feature amazing and talented chamber music friends with whom they have played at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Music@Menlo, and other venues around the world.

An Die Musik: Digital Program Book


All concerts begin at 7:00 pm.
Rain dates will be announced closer to the performance dates. 

Thu, Jun 3: Featuring the “Trout” Quintet – SOLD OUT
David Finckel, cello; Wu Han, piano; Rebecca Albers, viola; Benjamin Beilman, violin; Kristen Bruya, bass; Paul Appleby, tenor
Schubert: Piano Trio No. 1 in Bb 
Schubert: Songs to be announced
Schubert: Quintet in A Major “Trout”

Sat, Jun 5: “Winterreise” -SOLD OUT
Wu Han, piano; Paul Appleby, tenor
Schubert: “Winterreise” Song Cycle

Sun, Jun 6: Featuring the “Wanderer” Fantasy for Piano – SOLD OUT
Wu Han, piano; Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano; Benjamin Beilman, violin; Orion Weiss, piano.
Schubert: Fantasie in F minor for Piano, Four Hands
Schubert:  Songs 
Der Wanderer 
Schubert: Fantasy in C Major for Piano, D. 760, op. 15, Wanderer

Schubert:  Songs
Dass sie hier gewesen 
Sei mir gegrüsst 
Schubert: Fantasy in C Major for Violin and Piano

Tue, Jun 8: Schubert, Paganini and Beethoven – SOLD OUT
David Finckel, cello; Wu Han, piano; Paul Huang, violin; Benjamin Beilman, viola
Beethoven: Piano Trio opus 1, # 1
Schubert: String Trio in B-flat Major

Paganini: sonata #6 in e minor Opus 3 #6
                 Cantabile in D major 
                 Variation on “Preghiera” from Rossini’s Moses
Schubert: Rondo Brillant  in b minor D. 895

Thu, Jun 10: Featuring “Death and the Maiden” Quartet – SOLD OUT
Wu Han, piano; Michael Sumuel, bass-baritone; Calidore String Quartet
Schubert: Quartettsatz in c minor
Schubert: Two Impromptus from Four Impromptus for Piano 
Schubert: Songs including:
       Der Doppelgänger from Schwanengesan,
       Die Taubenpost from Schwanengesang

Schubert: Der Tod und das Mädchen
Schubert: String Quartet in D minor “Death and the Maiden”  



In order to maintain social distancing, we will be assigning seats prior to arrival at the venue.  Assignments will be made in the order of purchase as well as depending on size of household. According to Minnesota State Guidelines as of March, 15 2021 – we are required to have a capacity of 125 people for the Schell Stage’s 250 seat capacity. This 125 seat capacity limit includes all required staff and musicians in attendance. 


RED Seating: $25 per ticket
BLUE Table Seating: $30 per table (up to 5 people from one household allowed to sit at one table)
Wheelchair accessible seats are available.


Due to COVID-19, seating for these concerts will be limited. Tickets will go on sale on March 29 at 10:00am only to previous ticket holders for any cancelled or postponed David Finckel and Wu Han concert during the 2020-21 season. Subject to availability, tickets will go on sale to the public on Tuesday, April 6.  

Ticket purchasing will be available by calling the box office ONLY (no online sales). The Schubert Club Box Office is open Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30 at 651-292-3268. We anticipate a high volume of calls, so please leave a message if we are on the other line, and we will be calling people back in the order calls were received. 


“[Finckel and Wu Han] generously share their joy of making music with every audience they perform for, and the knowledge and research they put into programming concerts makes every performance a revelation.” Barry Kempton, Executive and Artistic Director

“Franz Schubert, during his brief 31-year life, lived very much in a world of his own. Being in the music capital of the world, Vienna, did not connect him professionally to that city’s music industry. Instead, his fame spread slowly, for some seventy years after his death, through word-of-mouth, discovered masterpieces, and the advocacy of great composers who recognized his genius. We are thrilled to create, for the Schubert Club, an immersion into this beloved composer’s most intimate world, through his essential chamber music paired with his incomparable songs, and we eagerly await the arrival in St. Paul of an extraordinary cast of performers and educators who will bring this dream to vivid life.” – Wu Han and David Finckel


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