Minneapolis has 87 neighborhoods, all of them unique in their own way. It’s quite possible — likely, in fact — that Cedar-Isles-Dean is the most unique of them all. Here is the story.
Now in their 14th season, the musicians of the Isles Ensemble performed to enthusiastic audiences on four Sunday afternoons at Lake of the Isles Lutheran Church.
The first concert, on
The second concert, on November 19, included music of Martinů, Rachmaninoff, and Beethoven.
The third concert, on February 18, included music of Haydn, Mozart, and Brahms. Here is the story.
The fourth concert, on April 8, included music of Schnittke, Mendelssohn, and Dvořák. Here is the story.
“Sacred music in a sacred space” has been the watchword for the St. Mark’s Cathedral Music Series for 46 years, and the Compass Brass Ensemble and choral groups Lumina and Mirandola ensemble carried on that tradition during the 2017-18 season.
Here is the story about Lumina and the Mirandola Ensemble, who sang on February 24 and March 10 (respectively.
Here is the story about the Compass Brass Ensemble, who performed on April 7.