Minnesota Orchestra

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  • $20-$83. Discounts for students.

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

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  • Year round. Box office hours; Phone: Monday-Friday, 10am to 5pm & Performance Saturdays, 12pm to 5pm. In Person: Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm, and two hours prior to concert start time through intermission for ticketed performances.

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

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Events

  1. Andrew Litton and the Minnesota Chorale: Bernstein and Walton

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (612) 371-5656
    Toll Free: (800) 292-4141

    A huge success at its 1930s premiere and beloved by orchestras and choirs since, Belshazzar’s Feast tells the ancient Hebrew story of lamentation and liberation.

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Andrew Litton, conductor
    Christopher Maltman, baritone
    Minnesota Chorale

    BERNSTEIN
    Fancy Free
    Chichester Psalms

    WALTON
    Belshazzar's Feast

  2. Beethoven and Berlioz

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (612) 371-5656
    Toll Free: (800) 292-4141

    Augustin Hadelich brings his crystalline tone to Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, then Orchestra Hall lights up with Berlioz’s brilliant Symphonie fantastique.

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Jun Markl, conductor
    Augustin Hadelich, violin

    BEETHOVEN
    Violin Concerto

    BERLIOZ
    Symphonie fantastique

  3. Chamber Music: Mendelssohn and Dvorak

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (612) 371-5656
    Toll Free: (800) 292-4141

    A brilliant, sunny quartet and a Czech-inspired quintet, featuring Concertmaster Erin Keefe and her colleagues from each of our string sections.

    Please note: this chamber music performance will be held in the Orchestra Hall auditorium.

    MENDELSSOHN
    String Quartet No. 4

    Kenneth Freed, viola
    Céline Leathead, violin
    Thomas Turner, viola
    Silver Ainomae, cello

    DVORAK
    String Quintet in G major

    Erin Keefe, violin
    Sarah Grimes, violin
    Rebecca Albers, violia
    Silver Ainomae, cello
    Kathryn Nettleman, bass

  4. Courage and Triumph

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (612) 371-5656
    Toll Free: (800) 292-4141

    Join us for our first full orchestra symphonic sensory-friendly concert, an engaging and interactive experience conducted by Akiko Fujimoto and featuring guest cellist Nygel Witherspoon.

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Akiko Fujimoto, conductor
    Lyndie Walker, host
    Nygel Witherspoon, cello
    COPLAND
    Fanfare for the Common Man

    TOWER
    Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman, No.1

    WILLIAMS
    “Hedwig’s Flight,” from The Children’s Suite, from the motion-picture Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™

    BERNSTEIN
    Overture to West Side Story

    FAURE
    Elegie for Cello and Orchestra

    STRAUSS
    Radetzky March

    BEETHOVEN
    Symphony No. 7 in A major, movement IV

    STRAVINSKY
    Finale from Firebird

  5. Inside the Classics: Speaking Truth to Power

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (612) 371-5656
    Toll Free: (800) 292-4141

    From the 1960s through today, protest music has played an important role in American culture. Violist and host Sam Bergman and conductor Sarah Hicks highlight the stories, music, and achievements of composers who used their talents to participate in social protest through the centuries.

    Post-concert on stage reception.

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Sarah Hicks, conductor
    Sam Bergman, viola and host
    Kevin Deas, bass-baritone
    BRITTEN
    Lacrymosa, mvt. I from Sinfonia da Requiem

    CORIGLIANO
    Apologue: Of Rage and Remembrance, mvt. I from Symphony No. 1

    TOWER
    Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman, No. 1

    PENDERECKI
    Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima

    STILL
    In Memoriam of the Colored Soldiers Who Died For Democracy

    SMYTH
    Overture to The Boatswain’s Mate

    BEETHOVEN
    Overture to Fidelio

    SHOSTAKOVICH/Barshai
    Allegro molto, mvt. II from Chamber Symphony

    Al-ZAND
    The Prisoner

  6. Season Finale: Vanska Conducts Mahler's Fourth

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (612) 371-5656
    Toll Free: (800) 292-4141

    The luminous soprano Carolyn Sampson joins us to perform Mahler’s Fourth—a quiet version of heaven where a child’s every dream comes true.

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Osmo Vanska, conductor
    Carolyn Sampson, soprano
    R. Douglas Wright, trombone
    Kari Sundström, trombone
    Andrew Chappell, bass trombone
    Steven Campbell, tuba

    STEPHENSON
    Low Brass Concerto [World Premiere]

    MAHLER
    Symphony No. 4

  7. Symphony in 60

    1111 Nicollet Mall
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (612) 371-5656
    Toll Free: (800) 292-4141

    Feel the electricity of a classical concert in only 60 minutes! Associate Conductor Roderick Cox leads the orchestra in a program reflecting on themes of peace and reconciliation.

    Minnesota Orchestra
    Roderick Cox, conductor
    Stewart Goodyear, piano

    SALONEN
    Helix

    PART
    Fratres

    BEETHOVEN
    Piano Concerto No. 4

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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