The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

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  • Single Ticket prices are $10-$50. Kids and students are free.

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  • Concerts as scheduled, most weekends, September through May

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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. Exodus: Musicians in Exile

    900 Stillwater Rd
    Mahtomedi, MN 55115
    Call: (651) 291-1144

    Clarinetist and director Martin Fröst examines the theme of exodus, performing works of composers who have been displaced or emigrated from their birth country that connects us with various waves of migration from the 19th century to the present. Fröst’s thrilling instrumental virtuosity is on full display in Golijov’s epic Dreams and Prayers, a wordless work evoking three languages—Aramaic, Yiddish and Hebrew. The program features the American premiere of Swedish-Russian composer Borisova Ollas’s new work Exodus, as well as arrangements of traditional Swedish songs.

  2. Exodus: Musicians in Exile

    345 Washington St
    St Paul, MN 55102
    Call: (651) 291-1144

    Clarinetist and director Martin Fröst examines the theme of exodus, performing works of composers who have been displaced or emigrated from their birth country that connects us with various waves of migration from the 19th century to the present. Fröst’s thrilling instrumental virtuosity is on full display in Golijov’s epic Dreams and Prayers, a wordless work evoking three languages—Aramaic, Yiddish and Hebrew. The program features the American premiere of Swedish-Russian composer Borisova Ollas’s new work Exodus, as well as arrangements of traditional Swedish songs.

  3. Season Finale: Beethoven's Seventh Symphony

    345 Washington St
    St Paul, MN 55102
    Call: (651) 291-1144

    Conductor and violinist Thomas Zehetmair draws his SPCO Artistic Partnership and the 2016.17 season to and end with a program of Romantic and contemporary works. The lively dance rhythms of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony and the fairy tale fantasy of Mendelssohn’s Fair Melusina Overture bookend the world premiere of a Violin Concerto by Houston-based composer Pierre Jalbert, featuring Steven Copes as soloist, makes for an unforgettable close to the season.

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