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THE MUSICAL OFFERING
46th Season - Emigrés and Mentors
Sundin Music Hall | Hamline University, St. Paul, MN
FEBRUARY 26, 2017 | THE KITCHEN REVUE | 3:00 PM
D'un matin de printemps for flute and piano
Wind Quintet in E Minor op. 88, #1
- Break for French appetizers and beverages -
Konzertstück for viola and piano
La Revue de Cuisine
- Desserts reception with refreshments -
The Musical Offering’s food & wine concert “The Kitchen Revue” combines the best of French music and cuisine in a Parisian style Salon. The program features a variety of music for winds, strings, and piano performed by top musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra, and closes with Martinů’s “La Revue de Cuisine” – a lighthearted ballet about the love, lust, and passions of kitchen utensils.
For our 46th season, The Musical Offering is exploring composers of many nationalities who brought their unique cultural voices to mingle with Parisian style. Discover the influence of emigrés in Paris, their impact on the musical world, and the beautiful confluence of global talents and tastes inspired by this cultural capital.
Sunday's concert ($50, all inclusive) starts at 3:00pm and includes French appetizers, drinks, and desserts. Music by composers Lili Boulanger, Anton Reicha, George Enescu, and Bohuslav Martinů explore this season's focus on migrant musicians and their mentors drawn together in Paris. Click here to take a peek at our press release.
If you prefer not to order online, call 651-523-2459 and press 2 to reach our box office. Although a limited number of tickets will be available on the day of the concert, please purchase your tickets in advance so we may bountifully accompany all who wish to attend.
GETTING THERE AND PARKING: Sundin Music Hall is located at 1531 Hewitt Avenue on the campus of Hamline University in Saint Paul. Free parking is available one half-block east and NiceRide bikes are available nearby. The Hamline campus is a stop on the new A Line rapid bus route, and is located just blocks north of the Metro Transit Green Line. The hall features curbless entry feet from the door and is accessible for all who wish to hear our music.
This 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.