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Concert Live Audience

Music around town!

So often, we get asked where else we perform in the area. Well, here is the answer! Check the list below for other opportunities to see Carole, Elizabeth, and their guest artists perform and do the thing they love! Some shows even take place indoors!

BorderCrosSing with Metropolitan City Orchestra

May 12th 4pm

May 19th 4pm

This is the perfect example of when Overdressed says that classical music is everywhere! This concert features the Metropolitan City Orchestra and BorderCrossing choral group performing songs by classical composers from Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico. 

Overdressed soprano, Carole Schultz will be singing a solo piece with just her and cello section, and she loves this piece! We highly recommend seeing this concert as it presents music that has a life and spirit much livelier than you might expect from the classical genre.

Tickets are free! Click the image below for more details.


Theater Latte-Da

Johnny Skeeky

May 29th-July 2nd

Opera is super cool, but sometimes the plots can feel a bit dated (the 1800s was a long time ago now.)

Theater Latte-Da is taking a very funny classic opera story and making it a bit more relevant to our modern sensibilities.

Gianni Schicchi becomes Johnny Skeeky as the plot moves from an old Italian home to a tricked out yacht. The rest of the plot? Well its still about the timeless tale of greedy relatives trying to swindle inheritance from a rich family member who has written them out of the will. They beg and plead and try to swindle, but it turns out that the person they asked to help them draft a fake will is an even better swindler than they are.

I, Carole, personally love this opera because its short, funny, sounds pretty, and the plot is akin to watching a reality TV show. 

To catch guest artist, Ben Dutcher,  in this updated classic comedy. Click below to head to Theater Latte-Da's webiste for more info on tickets and show dates!


Mixed Precipitation-Pick Up Truck Opera


Aug 8th-15th

Mixed Precipitation is a fun company with a surprising number of similarities to Overdressed. First, their shows are in summer and outdoors! Second, you can find guest artist Justin Spenner there! Third, its all about the fun at Mixed Precipitation! Below is a plot description of this year's show as well as a link for tickets and more info!


All performances are offered for a suggested donation ($5 – $35). Recommended for all ages.


In the not-so-distant future, scientist and entrepreneur Dr. Johann Faust faces a planet in crisis but no motivation to spare humanity its fate. He yearns to find a life of meaning and love. Méphistophélès, a mysterious extraplanar entity with a devilish charm, appears with a bargain:  Relocate Earth’s climate refugees to a lunar colony and win the love of the brilliant physicist Marguerite. Together, Faust and his mysterious companion launch a fanatical quest to save humanity and reach beyond the limits of human potential.  Dr. Faust finds himself torn between the love of his life and the conditions of his bargain.  The music of Depeche Mode is laced into this tale, featuring the work of songwriters Vince Clarke and Martin Gore.


An Afternoon of Song

May 22th 2PM

Presented by Sahar Hassan (our La Traviata Narrator!)

& Lara Bolton 


This recital features the music of Mahler, Korngold, Rachmaninoff, Beach, Bonds, Bernstein and more...

Here is why Sahar and Lara are so excite for this recital:

"What we love about this music is, first of all, that it's so gorgeous. Also, the program is filled with light, love, hope, compassion and dreaminess. The poems are beautiful and we were really drawn to them. Plus, there's variety, with classical songs and crossover/theatre pieces too." 


If you love beautiful things, it sounds like this is the program for you!

Location: Thelma Hunter Recital Room in The Schubert Club Museum

2nd Floor of the Landmark Center at 75 W 5th St #302, St Paul, MN 55102


The concert is FREE with a $10 suggested donation (or pay what you can)

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Aqui te amo- LIVE concert

May 31st 7:30PM

Its an album release concert! Come here it live and leave with a CD to listen to over and over again!

Join Overdressed soprano, Carole Schultz, guest artist Justin Staebell the rest of BorderCrosSing! A fabulous choral group with a fabulous mission. Click the album cover below for tickets and more details about the really fun music featured on this CD!


Elizabeth's solo piano debut album


Featuring an early work of Clara Schumann, alongside other Elizabeth's childhood favorites. 

Clara Schumann was a wonderful pianist, who was completely overshadowed by her husband, the famous pianist Robert Schumann. 

Elizabeth brought a beautiful song cycle of hers to light in this album. 

You can hear it on any streaming platform.

Just search for: Elizabeth Chua Traumerei.

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