The Rose Ensemble

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  • Jan 1, 2014 - Jun 1, 2015

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  • http://www.roseensemble.org/performances/calendar.html

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. 9th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour: The Roots of Bluegrass

    Call: 651-225-4340

    Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to bluegrass. The Roots of Bluegrass explores our country’s musical heritage with close vocal harmonies, banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and bass.

    This program toured Minnesota last fall and was so successful that we're bringing it to seven new cities: Rochester, Mankato, Saint Cloud, Morris, Marshall, Redwood Falls and Willmar. Daytime outreach programs will take place in veterans’ homes, assisted living facilities and schools.

  2. 9th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour: The Roots of Bluegrass

    2128 4th St S
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: 612-624-2345

    Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to bluegrass. The Roots of Bluegrass explores our country’s musical heritage with close vocal harmonies, banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and bass.

    This program toured Minnesota last fall and was so successful that we're bringing it to seven new cities: Rochester, Mankato, Saint Cloud, Morris, Marshall, Redwood Falls and Willmar. Daytime outreach programs will take place in veterans’ homes, assisted living facilities and schools.

  3. 9th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour: The Roots of Bluegrass

    4310 Co Rd 137
    St Cloud, MN 56301
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to bluegrass. The Roots of Bluegrass explores our country’s musical heritage with close vocal harmonies, banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and bass.

    This program toured Minnesota last fall and was so successful that we're bringing it to seven new cities: Rochester, Mankato, Saint Cloud, Morris, Marshall, Redwood Falls and Willmar. Daytime outreach programs will take place in veterans’ homes, assisted living facilities and schools.

  4. 9th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour: The Roots of Bluegrass

    20 Civic Center Dr SE
    Rochester, MN 55904
    Call: 507-282-8481

    Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to bluegrass. The Roots of Bluegrass explores our country’s musical heritage with close vocal harmonies, banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and bass.

    This program toured Minnesota last fall and was so successful that we're bringing it to seven new cities: Rochester, Mankato, Saint Cloud, Morris, Marshall, Redwood Falls and Willmar. Daytime outreach programs will take place in veterans’ homes, assisted living facilities and schools.

  5. 9th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour: The Roots of Bluegrass

    100 Church St
    Marshall, MN 56258
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to bluegrass. The Roots of Bluegrass explores our country’s musical heritage with close vocal harmonies, banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and bass.

    This program toured Minnesota last fall and was so successful that we're bringing it to seven new cities: Rochester, Mankato, Saint Cloud, Morris, Marshall, Redwood Falls and Willmar. Daytime outreach programs will take place in veterans’ homes, assisted living facilities and schools.

  6. 9th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour: The Roots of Bluegrass

    100 George Ramsweth Dr
    Redwood Falls, MN 56283
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to bluegrass. The Roots of Bluegrass explores our country’s musical heritage with close vocal harmonies, banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and bass.

    This program toured Minnesota last fall and was so successful that we're bringing it to seven new cities: Rochester, Mankato, Saint Cloud, Morris, Marshall, Redwood Falls and Willmar. Daytime outreach programs will take place in veterans’ homes, assisted living facilities and schools.

  7. 9th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour: The Roots of Bluegrass

    170 Good Counsel Dr
    Mankato, MN 56001
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Return to America’s folk roots: rousing hymns, Appalachian foot-stomping songs, Southern Harmony shape-note singing, and Shaker spirituals--the music that gave birth to bluegrass. The Roots of Bluegrass explores our country’s musical heritage with close vocal harmonies, banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and bass.

    This program toured Minnesota last fall and was so successful that we're bringing it to seven new cities: Rochester, Mankato, Saint Cloud, Morris, Marshall, Redwood Falls and Willmar. Daytime outreach programs will take place in veterans’ homes, assisted living facilities and schools.

  8. Bow Down, Good Cherry Tree: A Garden of Medieval Music for the Nativity

    201 W 4th St
    Duluth, MN 55806
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Amidst familiar stories of wise men and shepherds, ancient Christmas legends also describe a midnight blooming of all manner of plants, trees, and flowers. This program by The Rose Ensemble explores this miracle of new life amid the cold of winter through medieval music composed to adorn a tiny child’s garden-like stable.

  9. Bow Down, Good Cherry Tree: A Garden of Medieval Music for the Nativity

    1900 Wellesley Ave
    St Paul, MN 55105
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Amidst familiar stories of wise men and shepherds, ancient Christmas legends also describe a midnight blooming of all manner of plants, trees, and flowers. This program by The Rose Ensemble explores this miracle of new life amid the cold of winter through medieval music composed to adorn a tiny child’s garden-like stable.

  10. Bow Down, Good Cherry Tree: A Garden of Medieval Music for the Nativity

    88 N 17th St
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Amidst familiar stories of wise men and shepherds, ancient Christmas legends also describe a midnight blooming of all manner of plants, trees, and flowers. This program by The Rose Ensemble explores this miracle of new life amid the cold of winter through medieval music composed to adorn a tiny child’s garden-like stable.

  11. Singing for Freedom: The Antislavery Campaign of the Hutchinson Family Singers

    345 Kellogg Boulevard W
    St Paul, MN 55102
    Call: 651-225-4340

    Commemorate the Civil War in a unique way by witnessing a story told through the music, travels and political actions of a family of 19th-century American superstars. The Hutchinson Family Singers (founders of the city of Hutchinson, Minnesota) were a group of pro-Emancipation traveling musicians as famous in their time as P.T. Barnum. One of the unheralded aspects of the Hutchinson Family Singers--and certain forms of 1840s abolitionism in general--was the cultivation of interracial friendship and social protest. The Hutchinsons were noted and decried for their performances to interracial audiences, and our new research in antislavery music will provide a unique opportunity to hit the 19th-century campaign trail with such figures as Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln.

    This fully staged and costumed production by The Rose Ensemble will enjoy a week-long run at the Minnesota History Center, and features guest musician Dan Chouinard and stage director Jeff Raz (Cirque du Soleil). A number of educational outreach events will also take place, including special lectures by Scott Gac, Director of American Studies at Trinity College (Hartford, CT) and author of Singing for Freedom: The Hutchinson Family Singers and the Culture of Antebellum Reform (2007).

  12. The Requiem of Pedro de Escobar (ca. 1465 - post 1535)

    187 Geranium Ave W
    St Paul, MN 55117
    Call: 651-225-4340

    In 15th-century Spain, sackbuts (Renaissance trombones) were part of the civic wind bands utilized to elevate all public ceremonies, including religious feast days, weddings and funerals. A new manuscript transcription from Madrid paves the way for The Rose Ensemble’s modern-day, North-American premiere of this monumental work by Escobar, an important figure at the court of Isabella I of Castille.

    In this historical musical recreation, Escobar’s elegant mass movements mingle with the ancient liturgy’s plainchant, all adorned by the sonorous support of the early wind ensemble, and special guest, Dark Horse Consort.

  13. The Requiem of Pedro de Escobar (ca. 1465 - post 1535)

    88 N 17th St
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 651-225-4340

    In 15th-century Spain, sackbuts (Renaissance trombones) were part of the civic wind bands utilized to elevate all public ceremonies, including religious feast days, weddings and funerals. A new manuscript transcription from Madrid paves the way for The Rose Ensemble’s modern-day, North-American premiere of this monumental work by Escobar, an important figure at the court of Isabella I of Castille.

    In this historical musical recreation, Escobar’s elegant mass movements mingle with the ancient liturgy’s plainchant, all adorned by the sonorous support of the early wind ensemble, and special guest, Dark Horse Consort.

  14. The Requiem of Pedro de Escobar (ca. 1465 – post 1535)

    201 W 4th St
    Duluth, MN 55806
    Call: 651-225-4340

    In 15th-century Spain, sackbuts (Renaissance trombones) were part of the civic wind bands utilized to elevate all public ceremonies, including religious feast days, weddings and funerals. A new manuscript transcription from Madrid paves the way for The Rose Ensemble’s modern-day, North-American premiere of this monumental work by Escobar, an important figure at the court of Isabella I of Castille.

    In this historical musical recreation, Escobar’s elegant mass movements mingle with the ancient liturgy’s plainchant, all adorned by the sonorous support of the early wind ensemble, and special guest, Dark Horse Consort.

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