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Holst's Planets and Elgar’s Cello Concerto

ELGAR
Cello Concerto

HOLST
The Planets

French conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier continues the Minnesota Orchestra’s homecoming, leading a program of two British masterworks—Edward Elgar’s exquisite Cello Concerto, featuring the composer’s countryman Steven Isserlis as soloist; and Gustav Holst’s The Planets, an astrological sojourn of music ranging from warlike to jovial, with an ethereal close that includes the women of the Minnesota Chorale, the Orchestra’s principal chorus.

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Pre-Concert Entertainment: Come early and enjoy pre-concert performances 7-7:45 p.m. on the N. Bud Grossman Mezzanine by the Young Musicians of Minnesota.

Lobby Open House: View our new and renovated spaces and upgraded seating in the auditorium.

Subscription Stations: Stop by the box office or one of our many subscription tables in the lobby for assistance with your series renewal or new series purchase. Open before and after each concert.

Partner Displays: Learn about the Chamber Music Society of Minnesota, Friends of the Minnesota Orchestra and the Young People's Symphony Concert Association.

Post-Concert Celebrations: Join us immediately following the performance for complimentary champagne to celebrate the Minnesota Orchestra's Grammy win! Enjoy a free copy of the Grammy Award-winning recording distributed to all concertgoers as you depart.

Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org
Minnesota Orchestra Homecoming

Holst's Planets and Elgar’s Cello Concerto

Tickets $20-$80

1505249456

1392429600

1537390256

Fri Feb 14 2014 8pm

Other Performances

Sat Feb 15 2014 8pm

Yan Pascal Tortelier

Yan Pascal Tortelier

ELGAR
Cello Concerto

HOLST
The Planets

French conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier continues the Minnesota Orchestra’s homecoming, leading a program of two British masterworks—Edward Elgar’s exquisite Cello Concerto, featuring the composer’s countryman Steven Isserlis as soloist; and Gustav Holst’s The Planets, an astrological sojourn of music ranging from warlike to jovial, with an ethereal close that includes the women of the Minnesota Chorale, the Orchestra’s principal chorus.

Download Program Notes (pdf)

Pre-Concert Entertainment: Come early and enjoy pre-concert performances 7-7:45 p.m. on the N. Bud Grossman Mezzanine by the Young Musicians of Minnesota.

Lobby Open House: View our new and renovated spaces and upgraded seating in the auditorium.

Subscription Stations: Stop by the box office or one of our many subscription tables in the lobby for assistance with your series renewal or new series purchase. Open before and after each concert.

Partner Displays: Learn about the Chamber Music Society of Minnesota, Friends of the Minnesota Orchestra and the Young People's Symphony Concert Association.

Post-Concert Celebrations: Join us immediately following the performance for complimentary champagne to celebrate the Minnesota Orchestra's Grammy win! Enjoy a free copy of the Grammy Award-winning recording distributed to all concertgoers as you depart.