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MAKE NO SMALL PLANS

Sextet in E-flat Major, Op.81b • Ludwig van Beethoven Quintet in B Minor, Op. 115 • Johannes Brahms Door County Concerto • Quinn Mason, 2021 Composer-in-Residence Fellow Musicians TBA Quinn Mason is one of Midsummer’s 2021 Emerging Composers Initiative Fellows & a NextNotes creator. Dates & Times: Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 7 PM CT; […]

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Amplifying Solidarity: A Northrop Plaza Series

Spend the last four Thursdays of summer lounging or lunching on Northrop Plaza while listening to music by spectacular Minnesota artists! A collaboration between Northrop, Radio K, Welcome Week, Multicultural Student Engagement, and the School of Music, Amplifying Solidarity is a program of free outdoor concerts with the intent to use music to lift the voices of people who have been […]

At Last We Sing Again Berkshires!

Join the Berkshire Concert Choir, Northern Berkshire Chorale, Cantilena Chamber Choir, and the Stockbridge Festival Singers as they SING AGAIN in the Berkshires. Unaffiliated Singers welcome! Registration link below! (The registration fee is to off-set the cost of liability insurance through Shakespeare and Co. Date & Time: Saturday, September 4, 2021 at 12:30 PM CT […]

Gene Pritsker @ 50

Composer Gene Pritsker's 50th Birthday concert featuring performances of his music. Composer Gene Pritsker's 50th Birthday concert featuring performances of his music. Premieres include ‘Prelude & Fugue #4’, ‘Cold Gin Variations’, a quartet for brass and tap dancer, as well as performances of ‘Iguana’, ‘A Certain Degree of Neurosis’, ‘There’s Not Enough Pain In The […]

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Amplifying Solidarity: A Northrop Plaza Series

Spend the last four Thursdays of summer lounging or lunching on Northrop Plaza while listening to music by spectacular Minnesota artists! A collaboration between Northrop, Radio K, Welcome Week, Multicultural Student Engagement, and the School of Music, Amplifying Solidarity is a program of free outdoor concerts with the intent to use music to lift the voices of people who have been […]

ACF Equity Study Group: Everyday Discrimination Scale

Virtual

The work of Dr. David R. Williams, Florence and Laura Norman, Professor of Public Health, Professor of African and African American Studies and Sociology at Harvard University, has focused primarily on discrimination in our public health systems and on how systematic racism affects one's health. For example, if we look at life expectancy at age […]

Convocation 2021 Live Concert

NEC kicks off the year with a live concert featuring faculty of the Contemporary Improvisation Department, with music from Persian, Appalachian, Middle Eastern, and Jewish traditions as well as jazz, Avant Garde, new works, and more. The concert will feature Department Chairs Eden MacAdam-Somer and Hankus Netsky (a BandQuest composer), founding Chair Ran Blake, as well as […]

Symphony on the Square

Join the KSO for a free, family-friendly concert on Market Square in downtown Knoxville. Music features include Jennifer Higdon (a BandQuest and ChoralQuest composer). Patrons are encouraged to arrive early and bring blankets and lawn chairs. Convenient parking is free for those arriving after 6 p.m. in the city-owned Market Square, Walnut Street, Locust Street, […]

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Playing it Close to Home

With winning songs from the 2021 Eric Stokes Song Contest plus music by local composer Michelle Kinney (a past ACF board member, a McKnight fellow, a JCCP recipient (now called ACF Create), and a past Live Music for Dance winner), Zeitgeist’s Playing it Close to Home concert celebrates the wealth of musical creativity found right here in […]

Malamanya w/ DJ Espada at Granada Theater

Check out the exciting new venue in Uptown GRANADA THEATER near Lake St and Hennepin Ave in the former Suburban World movie theater building. Malamanya (a Minnesota Music Creator Awards winner (formerly known as MECA winner)) will be joined with DJ Espada on Friday, September 10, 2021 at 8 PM CT. Malamanya is a United States […]

Last Night of the Proms 2021

With his ‘thrilling vocal heroics’ and ‘magnetic stage presence’, Stuart Skelton is one of the great tenors of his generation, a regular in all the major international opera houses. The Australian singer is joined by charismatic Latvian accordionist Ksenija Sidorova for the climax of the 2021 festival – a musical celebration like no other. A […]

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Playing it Close to Home

With winning songs from the 2021 Eric Stokes Song Contest plus music by local composer Michelle Kinney (a past ACF board member, a McKnight fellow, a JCCP recipient (now called ACF Create), and a past Live Music for Dance winner), Zeitgeist’s Playing it Close to Home concert celebrates the wealth of musical creativity found right here in […]