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.
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.
- Minnesota Orchestra
- Osmo Vänskä, conductor
- Fred Child, host
Likely Pictures in Haphazard Sky
PETER S. SHIN
NINA C. YOUNG
- 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.
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.