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Osmo Vänskä /// Music Director

Group Sales: Student Groups


Student groups of 10 or more can purchase tickets for as little as $12 to select Minnesota Orchestra concerts—a savings of up to 80%! Student groups may reserve and purchase seats in advance with confirmed seat locations.

How to get your tickets online:

Click the "Buy Tickets" button for one of the eligible concerts listed below. Select the "Student Group 10+" price type and select 10 or more seats. Tickets available in price sections 2-4 for select concerts. Tickets for select concerts beginning in September will be available online in late July.

How to reserve your tickets and pay later:

Complete the form at the bottom of the main group sales page. Place your reservation now!

Eligible Concerts

About This Concert:

From Latin grooves to swingin’ sounds and floating waltzes, this inclusive program for audiences of all ages and abilities is sure to make you feel the rhythm!

BARROSO/arr. Wasson
Brasil / 3 min

The Mestizo Waltz, from Three Latin American Dances / 3 min

Waltz of the Flowers, from The Nutcracker / 7 min

ELLINGTON/arr. Strayhorn
The Floreadores, from The Swingin’ Nutcracker / 5 min

Animato, mvmt. III from Symphony No. 1, Afro-American / 4 min

Dance Intermezzo No. 2 / 3 min

Hoedown, from Rodeo / 3 min

Simple Gifts, from Appalachian Spring / 2 min

Conga del Fuego Nuevo (Conga of New Fire) / 5 min

Fun Facts:

Going to Orchestra Hall Pre-Visit Story | Versión en español | Qaybta af Somaliga

  • Join us for an inclusive concert experience sure to delight audiences of all ages and abilities! All seats $12. One-hour concert in a relaxed environment. No intermission.
  • The traditional Shaker hymn Simple Gifts was made famous after its use in Aaron Copland's popular ballet Appalachian Spring. Weezer, REM, Judy Collins and Jewel have recorded versions of it, and John Williams’ Air and Simple Gifts arrangement was performed at Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony on January 20, 2009.
  • Participate in lobby activities (12:00pm-1:45pm and 3-3:30pm), including opportunities to try instruments, engage in creative movement, make art, learn more about the program and meet Minnesota Orchestra musicians.
  • The Minnesota Orchestra may photograph or film portions of this experience for promotional and archival purposes. Please note that by entering, you consent to be photographed or filmed for these uses.

Sensory-Friendly Family Concerts:

  • The Minnesota Orchestra’s Relaxed Family Concerts are inclusive experiences for audiences of all ages and abilities, including individuals on the autism spectrum and those with sensory sensitivities.
  • All families are welcome! These concerts take place in a relaxed environment where audience members are welcome to be who they are and enjoy music together with family and friends.
  • Learn more about the concert experience with our tip sheet (English | Spanish), playlist and other preparatory materials!



American Sign Language interpretation available Assisted listening devices available Open Captioning available Large print program available Braille program available Wheelchair seating available Sensory Friendly programService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognes

Other services are available upon request. Accessibility at Orchestra Hall.



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