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Music Monday LIVE!

The Lewis Prize for Music has teamed up with Save The Music Foundation to host youth-led weekly conversations with today’s music leaders starting on Mondays, October 18, 2021 through December 20, 2021 at 5 PM CT | 3 PM PT Music Monday LIVE is an exciting opportunity for youth across the United States to connect with music industry […]

Ariel’s Light

Composed by native Clevelander Katia Bolotin, Ariel’s Light evokes the mystical beauty of the ancient city of Jerusalem. Its intermingling musical themes express humanity’s hope and yearning to actualize an era of peace, according to a news release. The evening includes other original musical ensemble works by Chris Neiner, Alex Shapiro (a BandQuest composer) and […]

Todd Rewoldt & Lesi Mei

Composers Concordance presents a concert event at Kostabi World featuring virtuosos Todd Rewoldt (alto saxophone) and Lesi Mei (piano) on a program including music by Lili Boulanger, Seth Boustead, Dan Cooper, Peter Jarvis, Debra Kaye, Carter Pann, Gene Pritsker, and Faye-Ellen Silverman. Date & Time: Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 6 PM CT | 7 PM […]

Pacifica Quartet

Recognized for its virtuosity, exuberant performance style and often-daring repertory choices, over the past twenty-five years the Pacifica Quartet has achieved international recognition as one of the finest chamber ensembles performing today. Their program of thoughtfully selected works features string quartets written by American female composers during the ratification of the 19th Amendment, a masterpiece written […]


Aida Miron & Sven Eggers Second one of the two talks about entering the continuous foyer of architecture cosmos connecting urban fabric and landscapes, highwalks and underground, east and west, megastructures, cafes, socialist housing complexes and public thresholds. Date & Time: Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 11 AM CT | 12 PM ET Get tickets […]

FREE Courtroom Concert featuring Twin Cities Hot Club

The Twin Cities Hot Club (TCHC) represents Minnesota in the burgeoning revival of gypsy jazz originally popularized by Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli and the Hot Club of France. They recreate not only the famous la pompe that distinguishes this romantic brand of acoustic jazz but also gypsy bossanova, musette, bolero, and swing. TCHC perform this timeless […]

Astronautica: Voices of Women in Space

A newly commissioned work of music, voice, and video by women composers, with a libretto drawn from the words of the women who have traveled in outer space and seen our world from a dramatic new perspective, Astronautica will be performed by the women of Trio Triumphatrix with stunning NASA footage at Symphony Space's Leonard […]

Robert Ashley’s eL/Aficionado

IN-PERSON PERFORMANCES (post-performance videos) Dates & Times: Thursday - Saturday, October 21-23, 2021 at 7 PM CT | 8 PM ET Written in 1987 and last performed in 1995, Robert Ashley’s eL/Aficionado (72 minutes) is an opera scored for four voices and a pre-recorded electronic orchestra. It is the trial of a mind or an […]

Emerald City Music presents What You Are To Me

After twenty months sharing chamber music on digital platforms, Emerald City Music, the Pacific Northwest home for eclectic, intimate, and vibrant classical chamber music experiences. presents What You Are To […]


Beethoven, Hailstork and Montgomery

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra announces its 2021/22 Ordway season — the 63rd concert season for the organization.  The SPCO will perform music by numerous living composers and will present the premieres of six newly commissioned works, including Jessie Montgomery: Shift, Change, Turn and Variations (Midwest premiere, SPCO co-commission). Date & Time: Friday, October 22, […]

Crocus Hill Ghost Story in New York Mills

A collaboration between Zeitgeist, composer/flutist Julie Johnson and writer Cheri Johnson, Crocus Hill Ghost Story is a macabre tale of a house possessed, accompanied by a wildly evocative and colorful score performed live by Zeitgeist, […]