Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota

Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Britters"

Minnesota’s Minnehaha Park is such a beautiful and relaxing setting, you’d never guess it was right in the middle of one of the United States’ largest metropolitan areas, unless you spotted the cars passing behind the treeline.

Nestled in the southern metro area of the Twin Cities, Minnehaha Falls gets its name from the Dakota words for, simply, “waterfall.” The urban park surrounding the 53-foot waterfall attracts over 850,000 visitors a year.

Alexander Zonjic has performed on stages around the world as a solo performer, with his own group, and as part of jazz great Bob James’ band. An accomplished jazz flutist, Zonjic has performed worldwide and at major classical and jazz festivals throughout North America, including critically acclaimed appearances at Carnegie Hall and New York’s Apollo Theater. Alexander Zonjic can also be heard as a daytime host on the eScapes Television Network.

Links

Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board: Minnehaha Park
Minneapolis Convention & Visitors Association
Wikipedia article: Minnehaha Falls
Alexander Zonjic Official Site


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