Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra

Contact Information


  • Call for ticket information. Ticketmaster - Call 800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com, DECC Ticket Office - 350 Harbor Drive (Box Office Hours: Mon-Sat 10am to 5pm) 218-727-4344 (check out the auditorium seating chart at www.decc.org).


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  • Performances at Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, 350 Harbor Drive, Duluth. Take Hwy 35 North to Exit 256B.

Other Date Information

  • DSSO office hours M-F 9:00 am to 4:00 pm DECC box office hours M-Sat 10am-5pm

Attraction Attributes

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

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  1. DSSO Inspiration

    DSSO Inspiration

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    During the summer of 1788 Mozart was blessed with divine inspiration: Over the course of just three months he completed his final three symphonies, each one an absolute masterpiece. We pair his Symphony No.39 with two compositions, inspired by music from Argentina: Golijov’s Last Round and Piazzolla’s Oblivion. Finally, we are thrilled to welcome back Abraham Feder in Schumann’s Cello Concerto.


  2. DSSO Pops: GREEN - Green Grass of Home

    DSSO Pops: GREEN - Green Grass of Home

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    Join the DSSO as we collaborate with heritage groups and artists from Duluth, including Gaelynn Lea, winner of NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest to celebrate the “Apostle of Ireland” on St. Patrick’s Day. Music and dancing from Ireland and other Celtic countries will fill the hall.

  3. DSSO Pops: PURPLE - Rain

    DSSO Pops: PURPLE - Rain

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    Ring in 2018 with the DSSO and one of Minnesota’s greatest artist: Prince! This evening features A Symphonic Tribute to the Music of Prince and the full orchestra, bringing to life some of the biggest hits of this incomparable musician.

  4. DSSO Pops: White - Christmas

    DSSO Pops: White - Christmas

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    Enjoy great family fun as the DSSO teams up with the Lyric Opera of the North to present this holiday extravaganza, filled with music, costumes and holiday spirit. Join us for our 3pm matinee performance, and we’ll get you out just in time for the sun to set, so you can continue the fun with a stroll through Bentleyville just across the street.

  5. DSSO Reflections

    DSSO Reflections

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    Our season closer is pure fun! Bernstein’s popular West Side Story kicks off a celebration of Lenny’s 100th birthday in 2018. For Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.2 we are joined by one of the great interpreters of Beethoven’s music: Peter Serkin. We close our Reformations & Revolutions season with a most innovative presentation of Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, featuring animated movies, commissioned by Michael Tilson Thomas and the New World Symphony. Finally you can hear and see Mussorgsky’s incredible masterpiece.

  6. DSSO Reformation

    DSSO Reformation

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    In 2017 we celebrate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses and the resulting Reformation that changed the face of Christianity. Felix Mendelssohn wrote his Symphony No.5 in honor of the Protestant Reformation. Similarly Brahms composed his German Requiem as a sacred, but non-liturgical work, that featured German texts, taken from the Luther Bible. The DSSO will be joined by our chorus and guest soloists for this glorious work.


  7. DSSO Revelations - The Beethoven Project

    DSSO Revelations - The Beethoven Project

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    The DSSO continues The Beethoven Project, with this performance and live recording of Beethoven’s Symphony No.6, his Pastoral Symphony. As the first composition to include a poetic program behind the music, it inspired generations of composers and opened the door for the creation of a new genre: “Program Music”. During the first half of this focus concert, we explore these influences in Bartok’s Rumanian Folk Dances and de Falla’s piano concerto Nights in the Gardens of Spain, through music and narration.

  8. DSSO Roots

    DSSO Roots

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    Joined by the fantastic DSSO Chorus, we are offering three works that reach back in time for inspiration. Gradually we step back further: From the folk music roots of Grieg’s Symphonic Dances, to the Old Testament texts of Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms and finally Ravel’s incredible setting of the ancient Greek story of Daphnis and Chloe. This concert boasts with wonderful contrasts and most exhilarating music.

  9. DSSO Sagas

    DSSO Sagas

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    Sibelius wrote about En Saga (A Fairy Tale), that in no other work did he reveal himself so completely. We contrast this tragic tale with one of humor and rambunctiousness: Strauss’ Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks, one of Strauss’ greatest instrumental works. Finally, Strauss’ final composition, his Four Last Songs, includes some of the most beautiful music you’ll ever hear. Performed by Metropolitan Opera veteran, Christine Brewer, this will be an evening to remember!

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