The National Music Museum presents a delightful old-fashioned Christmas show, complete with holiday songs, Victorian costumes, sweet vocal harmonies, and an array of traditional turn-of-the-century instruments this week as part of the NMM Live! concert series this Friday, December 3, at noon in the NMM’s Janet Wanzek Performance Hall.
This special holiday performance from Minnesota performers Curtis Teague and Loretta Simonet is sure to get you in the holiday spirit, as Curtis and Loretta perform on an array of traditional instruments including folk harp, mandolin, mandocello, harmonica, and celeste (a small 1800’s acoustic keyboard that sounds like bells.)
The Lillibridge expansion at the National Music Museum is open to the public for special programming and limited hours. Guests can tour the special exhibition “NMM Goes Electric!,” and shop the museum store. Fall hours are Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays from 10am-2pm through December 13.
This program is free of cost for NMM Members!
If you are a person with a disability and need a special accommodation to fully participate, please contact Disability Services at least 48 hours before an event. Students and the public can contact Disability Services at 605-658-3745 or email@example.com. Faculty and staff should contact Human Resources at 605-658-3660.