For immediate release
Place: James J. Hill House
Address: 240 Summit Ave., St. Paul MN 55102
Date: Monday, Oct. 20 and 27
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $22 adults, $12 college students, $18 MNHS and Schubert Club members. Season tickets (Three concerts) $55/$50 for MNHS and Schubert Club members.
Hill House Presents 29th Season of Chamber Concerts Oct. 20 and 27
The famed Hill House Chamber Players present their 29th season of concerts performed in the restored art gallery of the James J. Hill House. Guests will be served complimentary refreshments during intermission and the admission fee includes a special tour of the Hill House following the performance. Co-sponsored by the Schubert Club.
Oct. 20 and 27 - Eine Geburtstagsfeier
Guest Artists: Milana Reiche, violin; Marcia Peck, cello; Susan Billmeyer, keyboard
C.P.E. Bach: Trio Sonata in B Flat Major, WQ 158
J.S. Bach/Sitkovetsky: Goldberg Variations, excerpts from original and string trio transcriptions
Strauss: String Sextet from Capriccio
Mozart: Grande Sestetto Concertante, K. 364
Feb. 2 and 9 - Last Words
Guest Artists: Karin Wolverton, soprano; Helen Chang Haertzen, violin
Haydn: Andante and Menuet, Opus 103
Strauss: Four Last Songs
Beethoven: Cavatina and Finale, Opus 130
Apr. 27 and May 4 - Fandango
Guest Artist: Mary Jo Gothmann, piano
Turina: Piano Quartet in A minor, Opus 67
Boccherini: Quintet in D, Fandango
Also works of de Falla, Van, Granados/Kreisler, and Albeniz
About James J. Hill House
Completed in 1891, the Gilded Age mansion was the residence of James J. Hill, builder of the Great Northern Railway, and his family. The home is located one-half block west of the Cathedral of St. Paul at 240 Summit Avenue. It is open for regular tours year-round, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays and 1 to 3:30 p.m. Sundays. Reservations are recommended. For more information, call 651-297-2555.
The Society’s calendar of events is posted online at www.mnhs.org/calendar. The website also has information about all of the Society’s programs, museums and historic sites.
The Minnesota Historical Society is a non-profit educational and cultural institution established in 1849. The Society collects, preserves and tells the story of Minnesota’s past through museum exhibits, libraries and collections, historic sites, educational programs and book publishing. Using the power of history to transform lives, the Society preserves our past, shares our state’s stories and connects people with history.
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