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Cisek oversaw the construction of Orchestra Hall, the creation of Sommerfest and the hiring of sought-after guest conductors.
The move comes two weeks after the nonprofit canceled a performance after someone directly involved with the livestream tested positive for the virus.
Springboard for the Arts revives pioneering artist-share program.
A correspondence with a prison inmate yields a book, and much more.
For months, the People's Laundry has had a simple aim: to wash clothes for folks who could use the help.
George Floyd's death reframed the life of longtime Minneapolis artist Peyton Scott Russell.
The University of Minnesota is working with the Minnesota Orchestra to study aerosols, with hopes of getting musicians back on stage.
Talking Volumes guest rebuilt "The Yellow House" as a metaphor of America.
Two-year contract extension reverses cuts after a year if whole orchestra begins performing for a full audience.
Nurses and correctional officers tried lifesaving measures, but paramedics pronounced the 38-year-old dead.