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Prokofiev's Symphony No. 7

About This Concert

Join us for two can’t-miss guests as Moscow-born guest conductor Dima Slobodeniouk takes the stage for a graceful rendering of Prokofiev’s Seventh Symphony, and powerhouse cellist Johannes Moser performs Lutosławski’s concerto.

Program

PROKOFIEV
Suite from Love for Three Oranges / 15 min

LUTOSŁAWSKI
Cello Concerto / 23 min

—INTERMISSION 20 MINUTES—

PROKOFIEV
Symphony No. 7  / 31 min

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Artists

Fun Facts

  • Prokofiev died at the age of 61, on March 5, 1953, the same day Stalin's death was made public. For three days, hordes of Stalin’s mourners made it impossible to transfer Prokofiev for burial.

Accessibility at Orchestra Hall

Assisted listening devices available Large print program available Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognes

Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403
Classical

Prokofiev's Symphony No. 7

Tickets

1555384178

1551492000

1587611378

Fri Mar 1 2019 8pm

Other Performances

Sat Mar 2 2019 8pm


$12 student rush available

Dima Slobodeniouk | Photo © Marco Borggreve

Dima Slobodeniouk | Photo © Marco Borggreve

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Concert Duration

Approximately 2 hours including a 20 minute intermission.


Pre-Concert

Doors open 6pm

Concert Preview

The Museum of Russian Art Exhibit

Russian Piano Music


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About This Concert

Join us for two can’t-miss guests as Moscow-born guest conductor Dima Slobodeniouk takes the stage for a graceful rendering of Prokofiev’s Seventh Symphony, and powerhouse cellist Johannes Moser performs Lutosławski’s concerto.

Program

PROKOFIEV
Suite from Love for Three Oranges / 15 min

LUTOSŁAWSKI
Cello Concerto / 23 min

—INTERMISSION 20 MINUTES—

PROKOFIEV
Symphony No. 7  / 31 min

Read more

Program Notes PDF

Artists

Fun Facts

  • Prokofiev died at the age of 61, on March 5, 1953, the same day Stalin's death was made public. For three days, hordes of Stalin’s mourners made it impossible to transfer Prokofiev for burial.

Accessibility at Orchestra Hall

Assisted listening devices available Large print program available Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognes

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Censorship in the Arts Concert Preview Panel

Censorship in the Arts Concert Preview Panel

When: 7-7:45pm
Where: Target Atrium
America’s relationship with Russia is complicated – especially when you focus on the 20th century. The stories surrounding this involve the arts, and that will be explored this week. Garrett McQueen from Minnesota Public Radio will lead a conversation on this topic with TMORA's Masha Zavialova, and Bemidji State Professor, Ryan Webber.

Russian Piano Music

Russian Piano Music

When: 7-7:45pm
Where: Roberta Mann Grand Foyer
Russian pianist Denis Evstuhin has appeared on stages of the world's most prestigious venues, including Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the Great Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, and Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. Join him in the lobby to hear selections from The Seasons by Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Preludes by Sergei Rachmaninoff.

The Museum of Russian Art Exhibit

The Museum of Russian Art Exhibit

When: Pre-concert and Post-concert
Where: Roberta Mann Grand Foyer and Balcony A
The Museum of Russian Art presents the exhibition of folk art from its permanent collections. Brightly painted and naïve, Dymkovo clay toys are a traditional folk art form that is five hundred years old. Also included is Soviet-era small-scale sculpture.