Music can ease anxiety and light us with joy.
Take a moment to feel the power of music.
At Home Performances with Musicians
Minnesota Orchestra musicians want to continue to share their music with you. Enjoy this ongoing series of small concerts created for all of us, directly from our musicians’ homes.
2-Minute Classical Music Break
Do you miss seeing your favorite Minnesota Orchestra musicians’ faces? We’ve compiled a playlist of video clips from some of the 2019-20 season’s best moments so far.
Live on Facebook
Music Director Osmo Vänskä conducts the Minnesota Public Radio 50th Anniversary Celebration! Watch our very first Facebook live broadcast, recorded in November 2017, with host Brian Newhouse from Classical Minnesota Public Radio.
Enjoy this stream of American Nomad, a concerto for trumpet and orchestra by Steve Heitzeg, featuring Charles Lazarus and the Minnesota Orchestra, recorded at Orchestra Hall in January 2019.
"Welcome to Orchestra Hall for a live, history-in-the-making broadcast with the Minnesota Orchestra..." That's how Classical Minnesota Public Radio host Melissa Ousley introduced our March 13 broadcast-only performance with conductor Juanjo Mena and pianist Kirill Gerstein.
Join our 140,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and add our vast recording library to your rotation. Learn what our musicians are listening to with curated playlists, like Assistant Librarian Valerie Little's chronological journey through her favorite pieces.
Guide to the Orchestra
Calling students of all ages! Take a moment to learn about the instruments that make up an orchestra. Minnesota Orchestra musicians demonstrate how their instruments work and play some of their favorite pieces.
Perfect Square by Charles Lazarus
Enjoy an animated film inspired by Michael Hall’s book Perfect Square, with original music by Minnesota Orchestra trumpet player Charles Lazarus, commissioned by FRIENDS of the Minnesota Orchestra.
The Minnesota Orchestra opens hearts, evokes emotions and celebrates connections. Your support today ensures that we can continue to be here now and when we gather again.