The Bad Plus is making room for an agile presence in saxophonist Joshua Redman, a forceful player. He’ll add a new dimension to The Bad Plus during a Twin Cities Jazz Festival performance on Saturday – one that could push the group more toward muscular bebop.
Archives for June 2012
The Nelson Cultural Center features classrooms, performance spaces, a studio, a cafe and gift shop.
The 16 large tubes now reside in sculpture gardens, a miniature golf course and a private residence.
The Walker Art Center presents a retrospective of artwork that came out of the tumultuous decade.
The Asian American theater company is looking for a successor to founder Rick Shiomi beginning in September 2013.
MN Original is releasing the first videos from this year’s Rock The Garden.
The hounds highlight a Walt Whitman Award winning poet from Robbinsdale, satire of the most divisive institution on the ballot this year, and Twin Cities hip hop producers who know how to win over a crowd.
A local art center is working to move into an abandoned historic building.
Who do Twin Cities jazz musicians want to see at the 2012 Twin Cities Jazz Festival?
Everyone. The musicians’ selections, like the festival’s, balance national and local acts and include a variety of styles. Here are some top picks:
Linguist Geoff Nunberg points to the recent silencing of Michigan Representative Lisa Brown as part of a trend he calls the ‘New Reticence.’