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Music in the Chapel: Two Tap Trio

Sunday, April 5, 2020 | 3 - 4 p.m.

 

**Due to recent guidance from public health authorities, we have decided to cancel this event for the health and safety of our guests and staff. Thank you for your understanding.

 

About this event

Join us for Irish folk music from Two Tap Trio in the intimate and beautiful Lakewood Memorial Chapel!

 

​About Two Tap Trio

Two-time Live Ireland Awards “Best Vocalist of the Year” (and fantastic flute player) Norah Rendell, fiddler Mary Vanorny and guitarist Brian Miller are the Two Tap Trio. Formed in 2007 and based in the Twin Cities, the Two Tap Trio mixes driving fiddle and flute duets with Norah’s singing, underpinned by intricate guitar and bouzouki backing. The trio performs at festivals and concert halls throughout the Midwest including the Milwaukee Irish Fest, Thunder Bay’s Canadian Celtic Celebration, North East South Dakota Celtic Faire and Irish Fair Minnesota. Learn more about the Two Tap Trio.

 

Doors open at 2 p.m.
When you arrive, check in at the welcome table in the Lakewood Chapel foyer. Seating is general admission.

 

We invite you to arrive early and take a self-guided tour of the chapel before the concert. Free tour brochures will be available in the foyer.

 

Parking​

The Chapel is located a short distance from our main entrance at 36th Street & Hennepin Ave. in Minneapolis. Proceed straight ahead after you enter the front gates and look for the building with the red roof. Signage will point the way.

 

Parking is available along roads near the building, including reserved spaces for handicap parking.

 

The Lakewood Chapel — one of our city’s most beloved architectural treasures — is an intimate setting that seats about 160. Because of its incredible beauty and historical significance, it is a popular place for end-of-life ceremonies, weddings, concerts, tours and other celebrations of beauty, art and remembrance. See what others say about the Music in the Chapel concert series.

 

Dedicated in 1910, the Chapel was modeled after the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul by prominent Minneapolis architect Harry Wild Jones. Its 10-million piece mosaic interior, created by New York designer Charles Lamb, features a 40-foot high dome ringed with stained glass windows and 12 mosaic angels. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Chapel is one of the finest examples of Byzantine mosaic architecture in the country. Learn more about the Lakewood Chapel.

 

Questions?

Call us at 612-822-2171 or send an email to info@lakewoodcemetery.org.

 

 

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