McKnight Fellowship program to expand at new home
Archives for August 2011
This week’s hounds can’t resist a Latino art show inspired by miracles, an art crawl the Longfellow neighborhood way–from home to home, and an attempt to scale the theatrical heights of Hamlet for the first time.
Kathleen Spehar becomes director of the O’Shaunessy
For many jazz traditionalists, the electronic experiments of the early 1970s that fused the music with rock and roll damaged a storied genre. To hear some tell it, the wired intrusions replaced sophisticated melodies and earthy rhythms with rambling noise. But musicians and fans who came of age during that era celebrate those years for Read more →
CTC Managing Director is heading to new job in S.F.
Poet teaches at Gustavus Adolphus
Classical MPR’s “Top Score” sets a challenge
A little musical fun to start the morning
Publishers know they have to make the best use of any publicity.
Walker Art Center releases first Baby Marx clips