Symphonic Adventures Request

If your high school is interested in hosting the Minnesota Orchestra for a Symphonic Adventures concert during the 2018-19 school year, please see the map below to verify that you are in our current service area and then fill out the short request form. Thank you!

Symphonic Adventures Request

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Due to funding restrictions, we can currently only serve schools within the blue circled area below.

Minnesota State Fair!

The Minnesota Orchestra is going to the great Minnesota get-together this year! We will be performing, giving out buttons, and getting to know all of you better. Full schedule & locations:

Minnesota Public Radio booth
corner of Judson and Nelson
Fri Aug 29 8am-5pm

MN AFL-CIO Labor Pavilion
corner of Dan Patch and Cooper
FREE Performances by Minnesota Orchestra Musicians:
Sat Aug 30 10am & 11am / Sun Aug 31 11:30am

KARE 11 Morning Show
corner of Judson and Nelson
FREE Performances by Minnesota Orchestra Musicians:
Sat Aug 30 8:45am

Buttons will also be available for pick up at Orchestra Hall Stage Door and our administrative offices in International Centre (click for hours and directions) while supplies last.

Common Chords

Ojibwe dancers in Grand Rapids, MN

The Minnesota Orchestra is expanding its presence in Greater Minnesota with a broad multi-year initiative designed to create one-of-a-kind collaborations between the Orchestra and communities around the state. Common Chords establishes partnerships between the Orchestra and participating cities that will culminate in a celebratory festival week featuring performances and activities that reflect the interests, diversity and heritage of each community. Launched with generous support from the Mellon Foundation, Common Chords debuted in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, in October 2011.

Visit the Common Chords website »

 

Ticket Donation Program

Anthony Ross

The Minnesota Orchestra supports other non-profit organizations through our Ticket Donations Program. We donate hundreds of tickets per year to area non-profit organizations that support civic outreach, education or the arts.

More information and application for tickets »

 

Symphony for the Cities

Symphony for the Cities has been a Minnesota Orchestra tradition for more than 40 years, with the Orchestra devoting a week each summer to performing free outdoor concerts for the community. Please join us for this magnificent summertime music-making! Each performance lasts approximately one hour.

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