Our 46th season, Emigrés and Mentors
from co-artistic directors Susan Billmeyer and Norbert Nielubowski
Our new season spans several continents and reveals years of Parisian character and influence on many musicians. These include composers from Anton Reicha, who came from Bohemia as a student and stayed to become a professor at the Paris Conservatoire, to the Brooklyn-born Aaron Copland, whose studies with Nadia Boulanger helped him create his quintessential American sound.
We are excited to continue our tradition of Salon concerts on February 26! Join us for wine, food, and conversation at this year’s event, The Kitchen Revue, featuring a delightfully jazzy ballet score of the same name by Bohuslav Martinů, who came to Paris to escape the imminent threat of World War II in his home country.
All concerts begin at 3:00pm on Sundays at Sundin Music Hall, Hamline University, St. Paul MN 55104. Free parking, NiceRide bikes, and close access to the Metro Transit Green line; Sundin Music Hall is fully ADA accessible. All seats general admission.