The monthly web sale has been a pandemic bright spot for musicians and fans.
Heard on the new Taylor Swift album, Wisconsin's Justin Vernon lined up his own guests for "AUATC."
St. Paul's live music haven suffered fire and water damage in May bad enough to match its $1 million 2013 renovations.
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Orchestra had planned to start a scaled-back season in September.
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REVIEW: The Minnesota Orchestra returns in a series of outdoor chamber music.
Minnesota Orchestra presented their first concert since March 13 in Peavey Plaza in downtown Minneapolis on Tuesday, August 4, 2020. These thank you concerts will run every Tuesday through Sunday for the entire month of August. Tickets are free and must be applied for via a lottery at MinnesotaOrchestra.org. All performances feature chamber groups of instrumentalists ranging in size from two to seven musicians with safety measures in place including mandatory masks, spaced seating, timed exits and pre-concert health screenings for all.
Fall season will mainly focus on virtual events.
Now that some venues are free to host shows again with extra precautions, it's the musicians themselves who are sometimes making the hard decision whether to go through with the show.
The Relief Sessions will offer free and ticketed shows daily from Aug. 27 to Sept. 7.
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It canceled the five operas previously announced for 2020-21, replaced by a string of events that "prioritize the safety of audiences and artists."
The band was slated to play in Minneapolis on July 24 but COVID-19 put the kibosh on this year's tour.
Review: With her tour canceled, the pop megastar made a startling new album.