Side by Side performance with the University Symphony

Event Information

About

More Information

Directions

  • Convenient parking is available at the University's 19th Avenue and 21st Avenue parking ramps; you must pay a fee to park in these ramps.

Find Nearby

Find Results

Find:

Distance

{{resultsText}}: {{resultCount}}

  1. {{r._source.type_fields.region_name}}

    {{r._source.title}}

    {{r._source.database_fields.address1}}
    {{r._source.database_fields.address2}}
    {{r._source.database_fields.city}}, {{r._source.database_fields.state}} {{r._source.database_fields.postalcode}}
    Call: {{r._source.database_fields.phone1}}
    Call: {{r._source.database_fields.phone2}}

    {{r._source.database_fields.searchtext || r._source.database_fields.printabledescription}}

  2. No Results

    There are no nearby attractions, accommodations, restaurants, or events. Try increasing the distance of your search.

Also at this Location

  1. Greater Twin Cities Youth Orchestra (GTCYS)

    Greater Twin Cities Youth Orchestra (GTCYS)

    408 St Peter St
    St Paul, MN 55102
    Call: (651) 602-6800

    GTCYS transforms young musicians of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds by breaking down barriers to music instruction and providing exceptional year-round orchestral experiences.

    As one of the country's leading youth orchestra programs, GTCYS serves more than 1,000 students ages 8-18 through nine academic-year orchestras, two summer programs, and Harmony violin instruction program. Committed to making our programs accessible, GTCYS will award $85,000 in need-based tuition and offer private lesson scholarships for the first time this year. In addition, we have expanded our Harmony violin instruction program to serve 60 third, fourth, and fifth graders at Riverview Elementary on St. Paul's West Side. GTCYS believes in bringing music to diverse audiences, and our students will share their talents through more than 25 free and ticketed performances at Twin Cities schools, homeless shelters, and care centers, plus formal concerts at Orchestra Hall and the Ordway. In total, GTCYS will reach more than 17,000 children and adults through our educational programs, free community activities, concerts, and special events this year.

Trails & Byways

Next Steps