ANALYSIS: A festival featuring U.S. composers is just one surprising highlight for Minnesota Orchestra's 2018-19 season.
"Now it feels like we're in the good part of the story," says Leslie Odom Jr., headed to Minneapolis for a two-night stand at Orchestra Hall.
Singing partners Molly Dean and Barbara Jean came together on a whim and jelled quickly.
Graham Nash talks about Crosby, Stills & Young, politics and his solo tour coming to Minneapolis.
Violin wiz plays Beethoven.
"Rigoletto" marks Michael Christie's final production as Minnesota Opera music director.
Review: Osmo Vänskä led a dynamic Minnesota Orchestra performance.
The Minnesota Orchestra will kick off its next season with something still rare for symphony orchestras — a piece written by a woman. At a…
Big gigs for the week of March 16-22, also including Jonathan Richman, Graham Nash and Buckethead.
Pick Six is a half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view.
New album reviews: Rateliff delivers addictive soul/Americana; Byrne offers quirky view of American utopia
POP/ROCK Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, “Tearing at the Seams” (Stax/Concord) Look, there is no “S.O.B. (Part Two)” on this album. But Rateliff…
10 a.m. FRIDAY Nachito Herrera, April 13 at the Dakota in Mpls. $20. thedakotacooks.com. $30-$55. … Donna Grantis, April 18 at the Dakota. $30-$55. ……
Two singers — one male, one female — share the role at the heart of Skylark Opera's "As One."
Music for Buster Keaton Los Angeles composer Stephen Prutsman lands at the Ordway this week with new music for a classic silent film: Buster Keaton’s…
She was the right mix of acrobatic daring, believable singing of meaningful pop.
Five weeks after she admirably performed at the Super Bowl (the national anthem) and at the Minneapolis Armory (a full concert) while battling the flu,…
From acting in "Fifty Shades Darker" to singing a Bill Withers tribute, Minneapolis native José James keeps surprising.
The spouses' On the Run II Tour will include 36 dates total, with the Minneapolis show landing on a Wednesday.
At Target Center, the pop star was more into spreading positivity than entertaining.
John L. Nelson's daughter has produced a CD of his tunes played by jazz all-stars.