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. Chamber Music Series: Fanny and Felix

    1712 Randolph Ave
    St Paul, MN 55105
    Call: (651) 291-1144

    The Piano Trio of Fanny Hensel and the last quartet of her brother Felix Mendelssohn, both written within six months of each other in 1847, are inextricably tied together by the tragic circumstances of their composition. The passion and lyricism of Hensel’s Trio are brought to a fever pitch in Mendelssohn’s quartet, which was written in an outpouring of grief over his sister’s death from a stroke. Just six months later Mendelssohn also died of a stroke. The Konzertstück that opens the program harkens back to a happier time fifteen years earlier when Felix dashed off this charming showpiece for two friends after sharing a meal together.

  2. Liquid Music Series - Vijay Iyer and Teju Cole: Blind Spot

    1750 Hennepin Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    Call: (651) 291-1144

    Vijay Iyer, “one of his generation’s brightest jazz luminaries" (Time Out New York), joins Teju Cole, “one of the most vibrant voices in contemporary writing” (Los Angeles Times) in a powerful new collaboration that combines Cole’s photography and spoken prose with Iyer’s music in an investigation of humanity’s voluntary blindness to tragedy and injustice throughout history. The program opens with new work by Iyer for piano quintet with musicians from the SPCO.

  3. Open Rehearsal: Beethoven’s First Symphony

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

    Join us at an open rehearsal to hear how the program comes together.

    Painter Giacomo Balla, Baroque string virtuosity and the video game Gran Turismo converge as seemingly disparate influences in Andrew Norman’s energetic Gran Turismo. Serenade No. 2 provides contrast to the Norman and shows Johannes Brahms in one of his first attempts at symphonic composition. Mozart and Haydn’s influence on Beethoven are put on full display with his First Symphony — a vital early work in his compositional development — which brings both this program and the 2017.18 season to a thrilling close.

    Please note: Specific works and artists involved in the rehearsal are to be determined.

  4. Season Finale: Beethoven’s First Symphony

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

    Painter Giacomo Balla, Baroque string virtuosity and the video game Gran Turismo.converge as seemingly disparate influences in Andrew Norman’s energetic Gran Turismo. Serenade No. 2 provides contrast to the Norman and shows Johannes Brahms in one of his first attempts at symphonic composition. Mozart and Haydn’s influence on Beethoven are put on full display with his First Symphony — a vital early work in his compositional development — which brings both this program and the 2017.18 season to a thrilling close.

  5. Simple Symphony and Fancy Fiddling

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

    SPCO Artistic Partner Jeremy Denk returns for the world premiere of a piano concerto by composer Hannah Lash. Conductor Teddy Abrams, Music Director of the Louisville Orchestra, makes his SPCO debut with a convivial program of SPCO favorites by Benjamin Britten and Igor Stravinsky, together with a set of works inspired by folk fiddling which are sure to get your feet tapping!

  6. Simple Symphony and Fancy Fiddling

    2128 4th St S
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (651) 291-1144

    SPCO Artistic Partner Jeremy Denk returns for the world premiere of a piano concerto by composer Hannah Lash. Conductor Teddy Abrams, Music Director of the Louisville Orchestra, makes his SPCO debut with a convivial program of SPCO favorites by Benjamin Britten and Igor Stravinsky, together with a set of works inspired by folk fiddling which are sure to get your feet tapping!

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