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2022-23 Northrop Season

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Northrop's 2022-23 Season. This must-see lineup—featured beloved classics, celebrated favorites, and world-class greats—was created with arts lovers like you in mind. The season included nine renowned companies in the Dance Series, and a Music Series centered around Northrop’s historic pipe organ which is also spotlighted in the new Silent Film Series featuring live music. As part of Northrop's commitment to accessibility, Sensory Friendly lounges were also available at select performances, as well as a new, pick-your-price Sensory Friendly matinee.


2022-23 Northrop Dance Series

Experience classical ballet, international sensations, new works by distinct voices, three theatrical evening-length events, two Northrop Centennial Commissions, five dance with live music presentations, and more—all on Northrop's Carlson Family Stage or with our presenting partners at Walker Art Center and The Cowles Center.

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2022-23 Northrop Film Series

For the first time, Northrop's Film Series will be centered around silent films featuring live music—including Northrop’s historic pipe organ. From rarely seen films of feminist protest that explode in slapstick rebellion, to sci-fi and horror classics, this series is a must-see for film buffs, music lovers, and the historically curious. Enjoy these films in the format you wish. Select in-person, livestream, or on-demand viewing.

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2022-23 Northrop Music Series

Every event in this series features Northrop’s historic Aeolian-Skinner Opus 892 pipe organ—one of the last remaining concert-hall pipe organs in the United States. It includes a celebration of organist Dean Billmeyer by GTCYS in his 41st and final year as University of Minnesota Organist and Professor of Music, and the Northrop debut of three soloists—two accompanying silent film classics—plus a Twin Cities Holiday tradition appearing for the first time on the Carlson Family Stage.


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