Arts & Performance

MacPhail presents Sonomento on a Summer Night!

MacPhail Center for Music presents Sonomento on a Summer Night! Music from American Choral Composers and more …

Thursday, June 27, 7:30 PM
Antonello Hall

MacPhail Center for Music
Adults: $15 ~~ Youth and Students: Free

Craig Fields, Music Director
Miryana Moteva, Pianist

Featuring music by
Barber, Bernstein, Carnahan, Floyd, Forrest, Hella-Johnson, Lauridsen, Martin, Menotti, Mozart, Paulus and more …

And featuring the solo voices of:

Research COUNCIL: Episode #9/Guest Speaker

By SuperGroup

In keeping with our midsummer tradition, we will be welcoming a special guest speaker in July. We will address any pressing items and follow up on any outstanding action items, but that’s about all we’ll be able to muster in the high heat. They say that most millennials want to retire by the time they are 50, but that seems ridiculous. Speaking of retirement, we hope you can make it to the retirement party! Have we really been at this this long? Phew. Time flies, minute minute. 

Sprig of That

Sprig of That is a Twin Cities based folk-fusion trio that combines vibrant Americana, Western classical virtuosity, and world rhythmic textures to form a surprisingly natural acoustic blend. Sprig of That is Isabel Dammann on fiddle, Ilan Blanck on guitar, and Krissy Bergmark on tabla. With Support from Mestifonia.

Sunday, June 30 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:00) $10/$8 in advance

9x22 Dance/Lab

9x22 is a monthly opportunity for three choreographers of varying styles to present their work and discuss it with an informed and engaged audience. Each piece is followed by a discussion moderated by choreographer/curator Laurie Van Wieren. June’s choreographers: Clare Driscoll, Michelle Kranicke, and Hope Grathwol.

Neo-Voices: A Showcase

Featuring the original works of exciting new singer-songwriters, Neo- Voices will take you on a compelling journey through the contemporary musical canon. Exploring the ever-present challenges of identity, love, crisis, and more, Neo-Voices is a night of music you will not want to miss.


Whoa. Two hilarious, audience-fueled improv shows on the same night. LOUNGE LIZZY performs Vegas-level magic by spinning conversations with the audience into spontaneous songs. Musical improv has never been so sultry, nor so scintillatingly silly. THE LIFE ROBOTIC features a robot trying to live a normal human life... and the only lines of dialogue it can say are what the audience texts in using their phones.

MPLS PRIDE One Hit Wonders Dance Party

Shake your tail feather at The Bird's One Hit Wonders Dance Party! Come as your favorite one-hit-wonder, whether that's Chumbawamba or Crystal Pepsi, and dance till your top pops. We'll be serving $2 jello shots, our signature Pride Cocktail— The Naughty Sprite, Pryes Brewing Company, and some really cool food.


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