Minnesota Opera620 N 1st Street
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Performances at Ordway Center in downtown St Paul: 345 Washington St St. Paul, MN 55102Get Directions
In 1963, the commission of Minnesota composer Dominick Argento's The Masque of Angels sparked the creation of a small Twin Cities opera company spotlighting the rare and avant-garde. Fifty years later, Minnesota Opera is a leading American company, admired as an innovative creator of compelling opera productions, programs and new works.
Ticket office hours:
M-F 10AM-5PM, Call 612-333-6669. We offer senior & student discounts and group rates.
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 25 reviews
No one in our party of five had been to the opera. But it was on my uncle's bucketlist, so we saw "Don Pasquale. It was really good. This was a great "first" opera. The story line was easy to...
— tmshock, October 16, 2017
Most years my wife and make a visit to the Minnesota Opera at the Ordway Theater in St Paul. It is always a great evening. The season is short - five operas presented. Usually one or two very...
— TomA1771, November 25, 2016
The 68 HS string players were entranced by the innovative seating of the very large orchestra on stage. The staging was minimal but worked perfectly. The singers and players were engaging and kept my...
— singingaccordionist, November 15, 2016
MN Opera is exceptional for a smaller metropolitan area. Operas are presented at the Ordway in St. Paul, not in Minneapolis. Productions are expertly staged and the singing is outstanding. I...
— LoonladyMN, December 30, 2015
Opera in the Twin Cities could always be a mixed bag. When we moved to Minneapolis in 1969, Minneapolis hosted the longest stay of the Metropolitan Opera yearly tour. And there was the St. Paul...
— Arthur H, June 11, 2015