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Osmo Vänskä /// Music Director

Special Offers: Bike to Orchestra Hall

The Minnesota Orchestra is proud to provide 50% off select concerts for those who bike to Orchestra Hall. There’s something distinctly Minnesotan about biking and we’re happy to support this healthy, low-cost and green way to travel. Details »

How to get your tickets online:

First, bike to Orchestra Hall and show your bike helmet or gear at the Box Office to receive a card with the promo code. Then, simply choose a concert listed below and enter this discount code before selecting your seats to have the discount automatically applied to your order. Choose seat location using the 50% off price type.

Eligible Concerts

About Campus Night:

This concert, selected by our Student Ambassadors, features free extras for students in the Student Zone on the N. Bud Grossman Mezzanine. Activities start at 6:30pm.

Free with $12 student ticket:

  • Cookies, coffee and chai
  • #MNOrch Social Media Lounge
  • Win prizes playing Orchestra Toss
  • Meet the musicians and composers!

GIVEAWAY: The first 50 students to check in at the Student Zone will receive a Minnesota Orchestra beanie!

Tickets will be held at the Box Office and require one valid student ID per two tickets purchased.

About This Concert:

A concert that changes lives and may change the course of music, as seven emerging composers share their most exciting new works with you.




Likely Pictures in Haphazard Sky

Small Talk


Agnosco Veteris

Learn more about the Composer Institute »

Fun Facts:

  • Haydn once said of the young Beethoven, “Keep your eye on him, as he’ll make a noise in the world someday.” The same could be said of the promising young composers on this concert.
  • This remarkable future-forward concert—the nation’s most comprehensive and highest-profile platform for emerging orchestral composers—is part of the Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute, which celebrates its 15th birthday.
  • Vote for your favorite music of the concert on Twitter. The winner will receive an ultra-rare second performance the following night on the Orchestra’s November 11 live concert broadcast celebrating Minnesota Public Radio’s 50th anniversary!
  • Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts is the ideal director for the Composer Institute and Future Classics concert—having already mentored dozens of promising young composers.
  • Minnesota Public Radio’s Fred Child will host the concert onstage, interviewing each composer briefly before the downbeat of his or her piece.

Hospitality Partners

T-Rex Cookie 

Bootstrap Coffee

Gray Duck Chai

Complete event details »

Note: All seating subject to availability and may vary by performance. Normal service charges apply. Available while supplies last and may not be combined with any other offer. Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Top price seats not available.