We feel so proud of our new logo. Designed by Susan Hopp and Karl Schweikart of 45 Degrees/Minneapolis, our logo was created as part of a branding effort conducted last season. We did lots of research–including surveying you our audience, and thank you again!–and today we have a whole new look. One of the things […]
“The Minnesota Orchestra subsidizes great music throughout the Twin Cities.” In our opening concert’s intermission interview, artistic director Norbert Neilubowski explained how struggles within the Minnesota Orchestra have implications throughout Minnesota. Minnesota Orchestra musicians hold teaching positions at major universities, perform in their own professional ensembles (like The Musical Offering!), and nurture the outstanding arts […]
Preview our next concert! Music: Verdi’s String Quartet in E Minor, Performed 15 January 2012 by The Musical Offering. Program notes by Danielle Kuntz. Click here to follow a link to YouTube.
I can think of two reactions people probably have when they see “Eugene Rousseau” and “The Musical Offering” in the same sentence. If you don’t know who he is, you might wonder why a saxophonist is being featured on the program — after all, he is playing the saxophone, that loud and reedy jazz instrument. […]
Sunday April 1, 3:00 p.m. Sundin Hall, Hamline University The final concert of the Musical Offering’s 41st season features humor in music, in honor of the concert’s April Fools Day date. The featured soloist is internationally renowned saxophonist Eugene Rousseau, performing Darius Milhaud’s Scaramouche for Saxophone and Wind Quintet. Beginning the program is Franz Hasenöhrl’s reworking of Richard […]