Listen to MPR®

Stations |Podcasts |More Streams| Hide Streams

Upcoming Events

MPR's Public Events

The wellbeing of our audiences is of the utmost importance to MPR. Find events that you can attend online or in person via mprevents.org

Around MPR

Contact us

Reach us with your comments and questions about programs, website content or your membership.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The success of our public service depends on the talented and dedicated teams that make up Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media.

Legacy Amendment Projects

Legacy Amendment Projects

Programming and Projects Supported by Minnesota Legacy Amendment's Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund

From Our Services

MPR News

Rochester confronts its segregated housing history, Mayo founders' role

Rochester confronts its segregated housing history, Mayo founders' role

City leaders want Rochester to be a magnet for a diverse workforce, expanding around Mayo Clinic. Part of that journey means reckoning with the city’s history of intentional housing segregation. A recent push to map racial housing covenants shows how some are connected to Rochester’s most important institution.

YourClassicalMPR

Listen: Minnesota Orchestra performs Joel Thompson’s 'Seven Last Words of the Unarmed'

Listen: Minnesota Orchestra performs Joel Thompson’s 'Seven Last Words of the Unarmed'

Thomas Wilkins made his Minnesota Orchestra conducting debut last week in a performance that featured Joel Thompson’s ‘Seven Last Words of the Unarmed,’ a multimovement choral work that presents the final spoken words of seven Black men who were each killed by the police or authority figures. Listen to the concert now.

The Current

Dua Saleh puts on mesmerizing show at Fine Line

Dua Saleh puts on mesmerizing show at Fine Line

The artist and ‘Sex Education’ star had support from rising star Ricki Monique.