Minnesota Orchestra

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Rates

  • $20-$83. Discounts for students.

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Directions

  • Orchestra Hall is located on 11th Street, between Marquette and Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis.

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  • Open year round. Phone Lines: TUES-FR 10am-5pm, SA 12noon-5pm. Box Office walk-up hours: TUES-SAT 12noon-5pm, SA 1-5pm, SU 2 hours prior to concert time. In-person ticketing available during business hours at International Centre, 920 2nd Ave S.

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

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Events

  1. A Strauss Celebration: Immortal Stories

    Orchestra Hall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 612-371-5656
    Toll Free: 800-292-4141

    STRAUSS
    Don Quixote

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    Salome's Dance (Dance of the Seven Veils), from Salome

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    Suite from Der Rosenkavalier

  2. A Strauss Celebration: Musical Mountains

    Orchestra Hall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 612-371-5656
    Toll Free: 800-292-4141

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Edo de Waart, conductor

    STRAUSS
    String Sextet from Capriccio

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    Serenade in E-flat major

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    An Alpine Symphony

    Our final Strauss celebration opens with the radiant string sextet from his last opera, Capriccio. We jump to the beginning of the composer’s career for his Serenade in E-flat major. Written when he was just 17, the work reveals, measure for measure, the blossoming of a musical genius. For our grand finale, we have the majestic masterwork, An Alpine Symphony, which uses Strauss' entire palette of sonorities. Don't miss hearing our old friend Edo de Waart lead the Orchestra on this unforgettable musical journey!

  3. A Strauss Celebration: Shadows and Light

    Orchestra Hall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 612-371-5656
    Toll Free: 800-292-4141

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Osmo Vänskä, conductor and clarinet
    Andrew Staupe, piano

    STRAUSS
    Suite for Winds

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    Burleske for Piano and Orchestra

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    Metamorphosen

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    Death and Transfiguration

    We continue our homage to Richard Strauss with four works that illuminate his incredible creative range...and our Music Director's! Osmo Vänskä is clarinetist in the Suite for Winds, joined by 12 musicians for this early Strauss work, showing Wagner's influence on the young composer. He returns to the podium to lead the dancing Burleske, featuring magnetic young pianist Andrew Staupe, a favorite here and around the world. The mood darkens in Metamorphosen for strings, viewed as the composer’s lament for the cultural devastation of World War II. Culminating in celestial harp arpeggios, the ethereal tone poem Death and Transfiguration meditates on the life and death of an artist, and is a favorite of Osmo Vänskä.

  4. Lake Harriet: Free Concert for the Community

    Call: 612-371-5656
    Toll Free: 800-292-4141

    Minnesota Orchestra with William Eddins, conductor

    GLINKA
    Overture to Ruslan and Ludmila

    STRAUSS
    Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks

    TCHAIKOVSKY
    Selections from Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy-Overture

    BORODIN
    Polovtsian Dances, from Prince Igor

    Join us for this free community concert, a Russian delight at Lake Harriet. Pack a picnic basket and bring the family to south Minneapolis for a late summer afternoon of glorious music to celebrate the start of our 2014-15 season!

    The patriarch of Russian classical music, Glinka turns Pushkin poetry into musical gold in Ruslan and Ludmila. Strauss delights with that merry prankster, Till Eulenspiegel, a wonderful showpiece for horn and clarinet. Tragic romance is heartbreakingly rendered in Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet. And we dance the afternoon away, courtesy of Borodin's sprightly Polovtsian Dances.

  5. Out of this World with Christopher Lloyd

    Orchestra Hall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 612-371-5656
    Toll Free: 800-292-4141

    Who better to host this program of other-worldly music than actor Christopher Lloyd? He mastered both time and space as Doc Brown in the Back to the Future movies—and each of these selections has a memorable movie connection.

  6. Season Opening: A Grand New Beginning

    Orchestra Hall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 612-371-5656
    Toll Free: 800-292-4141

    BARBER
    Cello Concerto

    MAHLER
    Symphony No. 2, Resurrection

  7. The Art of Russia: Energy and Elegance

    Orchestra Hall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: 612-371-5656
    Toll Free: 800-292-4141

    TCHAIKOVSKY
    Selections from The Snow Maiden

    SHOSTAKOVICH
    Piano Concerto No. 2

    PROKOFIEV
    Piano Concerto No. 1

    STRAVINSKY
    Divertimento from The Fairy’s Kiss

Meetings & Conferences

  • Facility accommodates meetings for 30 or more
  • Meetings Website
  • Meeting/Convention Facilities (maximum capacity): 2092
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 6
  • Largest Meeting Room (sq ft): 8,775
  • Catering Available

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