A Celebration of Contemporary American Music for Solo Piano
A day of listening and learning activities for high school through adult musicians interested in wind quintet repertoire (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn).
Vienna and Franz Schubert
An opportunity for current students to learn about UST graduate education.
Dr. Matthew George and Dr. Douglas Orzolek, conductors.
Level II recital
The British Invasion, 1964-67
Acclaimed organ virtuoso and composer Wolfgang Rübsam performs Bach, Reger, and his own compositions in recital on the Gabriel Kney tracker pipe organ in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Magnificat setting by Kevin Vogt, anthem Christ lag in Todesbanden by J.S. Bach
Angela Mitchell, conductor.
A student and faculty collaborative ensemble.
The 1930s with songs of the early labor movement
Dr. Angela Broeker, conductor.
A benefit for “Mom’s Connection” of Twin Cities Catholic Charities
A high-caliber evening of music featuring student soloists performing in front of a seasoned professional orchestra.
Jeff Rinear and Denis Allaire, conductors.
Featuring guest artist, Ben Abrahamson, performing his new flamenco-inspired guitar quartet.
Featuring the world premiere of a new work by Argentinean composer, Luis Nani.
Featuring world premiere of “Mysteries of the Horizon” by British composer, Nigel Clarke, and featuring Dutch cornet virtuoso, Harmen Vanhoorne.