Tour of The Schubert Club Museum
Celebrate early spring with a tour and reception at The Schubert Club Museum in Saint Paul's Landmark Center
Located on the second floor of the iconic Saint Paul’s Landmark Center, The Schubert Club Museum offers visitors a reflection on music-making through the centuries. From a massive “cyclone” sculpture of instruments, through the gallery of historic keyboards, to the impressive collection of correspondence from famous composers, music boxes, and phonographs, the Museum opens a window on the inspiring role of music in people’s lives.
The Schubert Club fosters an engaged community of music enthusiasts through concerts, music education, composer residences, museum exhibits, and student scholarships.
2:00 pm Informal reception
2:15 pm Guided tour begins and will last approximately 30 to 40 minutes.
4:00 pm Museum closes
We have reserved The Thelma Hunter Recital Room for our gathering (Room 205 on the second floor).
Guests can visit the museum on their own during the reception or join us for the guided tour.
Admission to The Schubert Club Museum is free.
The event fee includes coffee, tea, hot chocolate, light pastries, and treats.
Metered parking and public parking ramps are available within walking distance.
If you encounter difficulty logging in, contact the Alumni Association at 877.292.3945 or 773.702.3945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you send or leave a message, include your name, club event, and preferred contact information. A staff member will return your message during regular business hours 8:30 am–5:00 pm CT Monday–Friday.
If you want to register over the phone or via email, contact the Alumni Association at 773.702.2150 or email email@example.com. If you send or leave a message, include your name, club event, and preferred contact information. A staff member will return your message during regular business hours 8:30 am–5:00 pm CT Monday–Friday. If registering over the phone be prepared to share your guest’s name, an email for event confirmation, and allow up to two weeks for the registration process to be completed, including charges to your credit card, listing on the “Look Who’s Coming”, and viewing the event in your account.
If you have any questions regarding logistics of the event, e.g., where to meet, special assistance requests, parking, please contact Miluska Novota, AM'06, Alumni Club of Twin Cities Regional Lead, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: $7 per/person; event fee is for reception of coffee, tea, hot chocolate, light pastries, and treats.
Event is limited to 30 spaces and tickets are nonrefundable.
2:00PM - 4:00PM Sun 22 Mar 2020 ( Timezone: Central )
The Schubert Club Museum
The Thelma Hunter Recital Room (205) at the Landmark Center 75 West 5th Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102
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Look Who's Coming:
Miluska Novota, AM'06