This weekend is a music aficionado's dream, with the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra kicking off their next 40 years at SCSU and the award-winning Catalyst Quartet performing at St. John's. Elsewhere, the Minnesota Dance Ensemble will captive the crowd and the Late Nite Catechism goes Vegas at the Paramount, meanwhile, the hilarious and saucy comedy, Boeing-Boeing, continues at Pioneer Place. Read more in The Weekender!
A "sinfully funny" comedy show comes to the Paramount Theatre in downtown St. Cloud this weekend with Late Nite Catechism Las Vegas. The show tells the story of a convent planning a "Las Vegas night" based on the success of their Bingo Night events. Tickets for this show start at $22.
Also going on at the Paramount Theatre this weekend is the Minnesota Dance Ensemble's performance In These Shoes. For 13 years, this dance group has captivated audiences across the state with bold movement and style with a message conveyed in a highly kinetic art form. Tickets for this one-night-only show are $18 with discounts available for seniors and students.
Having just celebrated their 40th anniversary last month, the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra will celebrate the kickoff of their next four decades this weekend at Ritsche Auditorium on the campus of St. Cloud State University. The night includes the winner of the young composer competition before The Next 40 Years features the beautiful works of legendary artists Brahms and Mozart. Tickets for this celebration start at $25 with discounts for seniors and students.
More beautiful music can be heard this weekend on the campus of St. John's University as the Catalyst Quartet visits the Humphrey Theater. The quartet features four winners of the prestigious Sphinx Competition, an international string instrument competition. The group will perform selections from Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. Tickets start at $25.
Sky-high hilarity will ensue in downtown St. Cloud as Boeing-Boeing continues its three-week run on the Pioneer Place stage. Taking place in the 1960s, Boeing-Boeing tells the story of a swinging bachelor trying to juggle relationships with three different flight attendants in Paris. You can get your tickets to this hilarious show for $22 and $19 for seniors and students.