Music Returns to the Bakken Museum!

bakken3-700x525Monday, October 24th | 7:00pm, $30 (includes wine ticket, free museum admission)
The Bakken Museum
3537 Zenith Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55416

Guests are invited to tour this gorgeous museum after hours, accompanied by both musicians and docents. Music will begin around 7:30 in the great hall, and the entire museum will remain open following the program.

Quintet op. 39 for oboe, clarinet, violin, viola and bass
Sergei Prokofiev

John Snow, oboe, David Pharris, clarinet, Celine Leathead, violin, Sam Bergman, viola, Kristen Bruya, bass

String Quartet op. 10
Claude Debussy

Celine Leathead, Natalia Moiseeva, violins; Sam Bergman, viola; Jim Jacobson, cello

Sponsored by Westside Volkswagen - check out VW's new e-Golf at the Bakken Museum this Saturday and Sunday!

This year The Musical Offering (TMO) brings music back to its old home at the Bakken after over 20 years. We fondly remember our performances in this beautiful space, and have marveled at the many new additions, exciting exhibitions, and captivating historic preservation work on our visits there this fall.

TMO is now bringing its concerts into new spaces, and this program is a new type of concert model designed to fit busy schedules. With generous support from Westside Volkswagen and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, we're able to present a burst of culture that fits the best of what we do into your weekday evening.

So join us on Monday, October 24th for some great music while enjoying all the Bakken Museum has to offer after hours — with a glass of wine and something to nibble on, of course!

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Legacy Logo ColorFinal PrintThis activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. That's right, we got a $10,000 grant from MRAC - read about it, including the grant itself, here!

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