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Campus Night: Vänskä Conducts Future Classics

About This Concert

In this concert wholly devoted to deserving young artists, we introduce composers on a blazing path to create the next generation’s orchestral masterpieces.

This concert, selected by our Student Ambassadors, features $12 student tickets and free extras in the Student Zone. Activities start an hour and a half before the concert. More information coming soon!

Program

TJ COLE
Nightscape / 5 min

VIET CUONG
Moxie / 8 min

JONATHAN CZINER
Resonant Bells / 12 min

WILL HEALY
Kolmanskop / 10 min

MATTHEW RICKETTS
Melodia, for Piano and Orchestra / 16 min

CONNOR ELIAS WAY
Over Collapsing Cities of Steel / 10 min

ALYSSA WEINBERG
in somnis / 7 min

Artists

Fun Facts

  • This concert is the final event of 16th Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute, co-presented with the American Composers Forum, a nationally recognized program to support young composers.
  • This program’s works cover a range of musical styles; many will receive their first performance by a major American orchestra during the Future Classics concert.

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
AMERICAN EXPRESSIONS

Campus Night: Vänskä Conducts Future Classics

Tickets

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Fri Jan 18 8pm Buy

Campus Night

Campus Night

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Getting to Orchestra Hall

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Concert Duration

Approximately 2 hours including a 20 minute intermission.


Pre-Concert

Doors open 6pm

Student Immigration Experiences Exhibit

Post-Concert

Composers Q&A

Meet the Musicians


All upcoming OH+ Activities

About This Concert

In this concert wholly devoted to deserving young artists, we introduce composers on a blazing path to create the next generation’s orchestral masterpieces.

This concert, selected by our Student Ambassadors, features $12 student tickets and free extras in the Student Zone. Activities start an hour and a half before the concert. More information coming soon!

Program

TJ COLE
Nightscape / 5 min

VIET CUONG
Moxie / 8 min

JONATHAN CZINER
Resonant Bells / 12 min

WILL HEALY
Kolmanskop / 10 min

MATTHEW RICKETTS
Melodia, for Piano and Orchestra / 16 min

CONNOR ELIAS WAY
Over Collapsing Cities of Steel / 10 min

ALYSSA WEINBERG
in somnis / 7 min

Artists

Fun Facts

  • This concert is the final event of 16th Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute, co-presented with the American Composers Forum, a nationally recognized program to support young composers.
  • This program’s works cover a range of musical styles; many will receive their first performance by a major American orchestra during the Future Classics concert.

Accessibility at Orchestra Hall

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

OH+ Concert activities on Friday January 18 / see all upcoming OH+ events

Student Immigration Experiences Exhibit

Student Immigration Experiences Exhibit

When: Pre-concert and Post-concert
Where: Roberta Mann Grand Foyer
This exhibition features original artworks by Saint Paul Public Schools LEAP High School students, created as part of a partnership program with the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) and the Tenement Museum in New York City. Guided by teachers Jill Michell and Anne Lowe, the students shared their own stories of immigration through art-making and writing.

Composers Q&A

Composers Q&A

When: Post-concert
Where: Auditorium
Get to know the music makers. Stay after the concert for an open Q&A with our 2018 Future Classics composers.

Meet the Musicians

Meet the Musicians

When: Post-concert
Where: Roberta Mann Grand Foyer
Stick around after the concert for the opportunity to join the musicians in the lobby for a drink!