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2015-16 Schubert Club Mix series showcases Crossover Media Artists / Twin Cities Pioneer-Press

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A Grammy-nominated mandolin player and a string quintet that tackles everything from Mozart to Radiohead are among the acts booked for the newly announced third season of the Schubert Club Mix, a series of concerts that spotlight "a new generation of classical music." A series subscription for all four performances is $100 and goes on sale Aug. 3. Sponsored by St. Paul's Schubert Club, the concerts will take place in St. Paul's James J. Hill Center and Bedlam Lowertown as well as Aria in Minneapolis.

Featured Crossover Artists include - David Greilsammer, Dec. 3, James J. Hill Center: Israeli pianist David Greilsammer is known for interpreting baroque and contemporary music. In this performance, he alternates between the two worlds of Domenico Scarlatti and John Cage, two composers born more than 200 years apart. Avi Avital, March 8, Aria: Grammy nominee Avi Avital joins Ksenija Sidorova (accordion) and Itamar Doari (percussion) for "Between Worlds," which explores the borders between folk and classical music. Gabriel Kahane and Timo Andres, April 5, Bedlam Lowertown: This pair of classically trained musicians presents a free-associative program combining music from four centuries, from J.S. Bach to world premieres by Kahane and Andres, each one writing for the other.  VIEW THE TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press PAGE