St. Paul, MN 55102
Join an evening conversation with women in the Twin Cities who book, play, and generally make the local musical world go 'round. Interdisciplinary artist PaviElle French will moderate the conversation.
The first Tuesday of each month during the run of the exhibit First Avenue: Stories of Minnesota's Mainroom, celebrate with DJs, dance nights, micro shows, trivia games, and insider conversations with the musicians who played and the staff that made it all possible.
About PaviElle French: French is an interdisciplinary artist from the Rondo neighborhood in St. Paul. She is the recipient of an Upper Midwest Emmy Award as well as a Sage Award for Dance and Choreography. She most recently won an American Composers Forum Grant funded by the Jerome Foundation for her classical composition, A Requiem for Zula (2019) written in celebration of her mother. She is known for her powerhouse vocals and performing with an equally powerful six-piece band.
2020-03-03 19:00:00 2020-03-03 19:00:00 America/Chicago Women in Music Conversation with PaviElle French Minnesota History Center