20112012: Chad Hoopes
- Meet Class Notes Artists: Mill City String Quartet
As 2016-17 Class Notes Artists, the Mill City String Quartet visited schools in Austin, Hayfield, Spring Valley, and Owatonna.February 22, 2017
- Meet Class Notes Artists: Sara Pajunen
2016-17 Class Notes Artist Sara Pajunen visited schools in Central Minnesota, the Arrowhead and the North Shore, sharing Finnish folk music and her own original composition.November 30, 2016
- Meet Class Notes Artists: The OK Factor
Classically-trained, folk-inspired duo The OK Factor are visiting elementary schools in Southeast and Central Minnesota and the Twin Cities as part of the 2016-17 Class Notes Artists program.November 23, 2016
- Meet Class Notes Artists: The Dream Songs Project
2016-17 Class Notes Artists The Dream Songs Project spent a week visiting schools in Winona, Minn., as well as schools in Rushford, Ridgeway, Plainview and Elgin.October 19, 2016
- Download the 2016-17 Class Notes Artists collection: 'Composing Minnesota'
You can now download the full 2016-17 Class Notes collection -- 'Composing Minnesota' -- and hear every artist who will be performing for students across Minnesota!September 19, 2016
- Meet the 2016-2017 Class Notes Artists
Classical MPR is delighted to announce the Class Notes Artists that will be performing in schools throughout Minnesota during the 2016-2017 academic year.June 6, 2016
Recital on April 29
Classical MPR Artist-in-Residence Chad Hoopes presents a recital at the Lakeville Area Arts Center on Sunday, April 29, at 7 p.m.
Chad Hoopes in Concert
After a successful two-week residency touring the state of Minnesota with host Steve Staruch, Chad Hoopes presents a final recital, joined by his accompanist Dina Vainshtein. Hoopes will perform at Sundin Music Hall, on the campus of Hamline University on Thursday, May 24, 2012, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for MPR members and $12 for the general public, and can be purchased by calling the MPR box office at 651-290-1200.
The Classical MPR Artist-in-Residence Program is made possible in part by the
Minnesota Legacy Amendment's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund