Salon Parisien: Program Notes

TICKETS By Jack Bryce Board Member St. Olaf College Professor Emeritus  The video below contains a link to our YouTube playlist featuring music from this weekend’s concert. Click here for the direct link.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MgY-50aBy0&list=PLs_aRzV6YrI_FS_2ItFKhwqEnIZfaN2b1Preview our concert with detailed notes and suggested online recordings Claude Debussy by Marcel Baschet, 1884. Claude Debussy (St-Germain-en-Laye, August 22, 1862 […]

Crepes served with strawberry or chocolate sauces and whipped cream

Salon Parisien Menu

We absolutely love the process of creating a menu for each season’s special food and wine concert at Hamline. This is our third year working with Chef Emmet, and we’re super excited to preview some of the delicious appetizers and desserts he’s come up with for Salon Parisien. The food and wine component of these concerts is fun […]


Dedication to Paris

Our Parisian-inspired season took on new meaning following the November attacks in the week preceding our second concert. Our ensemble musicians hold France close and dear to their hearts, which is what inspired our current season. Moved by recent tragedy, together we decided to dedicate our remaining concerts this year to ongoing suffering in Paris. […]


New TMO Videos Preview October Concert!

Template not found$35*/$30* ASI Members | 7:00PM, October 14thAmerican Swedish Institute’s Turnblad Mansion Ballroom*Includes hors d’oeuvres and one drink ticket Arrive early to redeem that drink ticket and find your seat before the first note! Aubade, Op. 63 for Oboe and String TrioLars-Erik LarssonQuartet in E-flat Major for Piano and Winds, Op. 1Franz Berwald -Intermission Hors d’oeuvres & […]

Anna Maria Mozart

Program Notes: September 27th, 2015

By Jack Bryce Board Member, Carleton College Professor Emertius Mozart and sister Nannerl Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzburg, January 27, 1756 – Vienna, December 5, 1791), Austrian composer, was deeply influenced by musical elements from around the world, which he blended into a unique mixture that became the high point of the classical style in Vienna.  […]