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Young People's: High School Open Rehearsal, Concert and Discussion
  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Akiko Fujimoto, conductor

Recommended for grades 6-12
Secondary students, including those who are enrolled in advanced music theory or music history courses, will not want to miss this new, specially designed program.

BACH
Brandenburg Concerto No. 2

KODÁLY
Dances of Galanta

Schedule

10am-10:40am: Bach Rehearsal & Run-through Performance
10:40am-10:55am: Break
10:55am-11:35am: Kodály Rehearsal & Run-through Performance
11:35am-12pm: Discussion

Fun Facts:

  • This unique rehearsal format-performance features a rare glimpse of the Orchestra’s behind-the-scenes efforts. Students will experience working rehearsals--as well as the polished performances that are the result.
  • We see both approaches first with Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, and then, after a break, with Kodály’s Dances of Galanta. Wrapping up this special program will be a 30-minute “dig deeper” session in which students ask questions of and initiate discussions with the musicians themselves.
  • Students are invited to bring scores and follow along as the Orchestra plays!
Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org

Young People's: High School Open Rehearsal, Concert and Discussion

Tickets

1512748901

1517932800

1544889701

Tue Feb 6 10am Reserve

L to R: Kari Sundström, Andrew Chappell, and Steven Campbell

L to R: Kari Sundström, Andrew Chappell, and Steven Campbell

  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Akiko Fujimoto, conductor

Recommended for grades 6-12
Secondary students, including those who are enrolled in advanced music theory or music history courses, will not want to miss this new, specially designed program.

BACH
Brandenburg Concerto No. 2

KODÁLY
Dances of Galanta

Schedule

10am-10:40am: Bach Rehearsal & Run-through Performance
10:40am-10:55am: Break
10:55am-11:35am: Kodály Rehearsal & Run-through Performance
11:35am-12pm: Discussion

Fun Facts:

  • This unique rehearsal format-performance features a rare glimpse of the Orchestra’s behind-the-scenes efforts. Students will experience working rehearsals--as well as the polished performances that are the result.
  • We see both approaches first with Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, and then, after a break, with Kodály’s Dances of Galanta. Wrapping up this special program will be a 30-minute “dig deeper” session in which students ask questions of and initiate discussions with the musicians themselves.
  • Students are invited to bring scores and follow along as the Orchestra plays!