Euan Kerr Feature Archive

"The Manchurian Candidate" reunites librettist Mark Campbell and composer Kevin Puts, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 2012 for their first Minnesota Opera commission. (03/06/2015)
The events will last from July 5 until Aug. 1 and will be held indoors at Orchestra Hall in downtown Minneapolis. (03/06/2015)
SPCO President Bruce Coppock thinks the new hall will transform the group and draw guest musicians from all over the world. (03/04/2015)
A gala concert and an open house launch a month of celebrations for the new Ordway Concert Hall in St. Paul. (02/28/2015)
In his new graphic novel "The Sculptor," artist Scott McCloud proves that comics can be more than about guys in tights. (02/13/2015)
The Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a special screening on the Target Field Jumbotron. (02/09/2015)
"The Jingle Dress," is a new Minnesota-made film about members of a family from the White Earth Nation who move to Minneapolis to solve the mysterious death of an uncle. (02/06/2015)
As the Walker Art Center celebrates its 75th anniversary, a new exhibit shows how important donated art is to a museum's collection. (02/05/2015)
The cancellation of Carnegie appearances during the 16 month musicians lockout led to the 2013 resignation of Music Director Osmo Vanska. The orchestra is back on Carnegie's card for 2016. (01/28/2015)
The Minnesota Orchestra is back on the Carnegie Hall schedule. The 2015-16 Carnegie season announced today includes a March 3, 2016, Sibelius program by the Minnesota Orchestra. (01/28/2015)
Minnesota is home to grand museums, but its newest -- and smallest -- will find its home in a vintage fire hose cabinet. (01/24/2015)
"Force Majeure" explores what happens when a man runs away from his family to save himself. Director Ruben Ostlund discusses the film at the Walker Art Center this weekend. (01/16/2015)
One year after the Minnesota Orchestra and its musicians ended a turbulent contract dispute, audiences are back, and the orchestra is playing well. But financial challenges remain. MPR News Arts Reporter Euan Kerr has the story. (01/13/2015)
One year after the Minnesota Orchestra and its musicians ended a turbulent contract dispute, audiences are back, and the orchestra is playing well. But financial challenges remain. (01/13/2015)
The orchestra will record the Sibelius Third, Sixth and Seventh symphonies for release in 2016. The last Minnesota Orchestra Sibelius recording won a Grammy. (01/12/2015)