Musicians say Henson’s removal is key to resolving the current lockout; meanwhile the board says this is merely a ‘publicity tactic.’
Archives for November 2012
Clouds take on an otherworldly air in this new music video.
Musicians say a new report supports their argument for an independent financial analysis of the orchestra.
Native American author Sherman Alexie titled his latest collection of short stories ‘Blasphemy’ because he’s been so regularly accused of it.
Author Matthew Quick hopes the movie based on his novel will get people talking
Because seeing art is a lot more fun than drowning in a sea of mashed potatoes and cranky shoppers.
While the cancellation of concerts is the most public result of the lockout of musicians at both the Minnesota Orchestra and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, music educators are concerned about the lockouts’ long-term impact on their students.
Wing Young Huie is the subject of the latest installment of ‘Art Heroes’; here’s what didn’t fit into the radio story.
Musicians now working to make standing room tickets available.
At midnight, GiveMN.org’s ticker showed that 53,339 donors raised $16,391,905 for 4,381 Minnesota nonprofits.