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3-Concert Ticket Package Gifts—Starting at $90

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A two-CD set including all four major Tchaikovsky works for piano and orchestra.

Beethoven Symphonies Set


All nine acclaimed Beethoven symphonies in five CDs.



A four-CD set including Sibelius' Symphonies No. 1-7 and Kullervo.

Mahler 10 CD


The Minnesota Orchestra's newest recording in the Mahler project.

Sound the Bells: Recorded Live at Orchestra Hall


Sound the Bells is a live album featuring 17 of Dessa’s strongest songs, ambitiously rearranged by musician and composer Andy Thompson.

Mahler Symphony No. 1, Titan


Mahler’s First contains a wide sound world featuring evocations of birdsong and nature, rustic dance rhythms, an oppressive funeral march and exquisite melodies

Mahler Symphony No. 2, Resurrection


Music Director Osmo Vänskä and the Minnesota Orchestra offer their interpretation of Mahler's Resurrection Symphony; joining them are soprano Ruby Hughes, mezzo Sasha Cooke and the Minnesota Chorale.

Mahler Symphony No. 4


The Minnesota Orchestra's recording of Mahler's 4th Symphony, as part of the Mahler recording project.

Mahler 5 Symphony No. 5


Music Director Osmo Vänskä and the Minnesota Orchestra launch their newest major recording project with an album of Gustav Mahler’s three-part, five-movement Fifth Symphony

Mahler Symphony No. 6


This album features Gustav Mahler’s massive Sixth, one of the composer’s darkest symphonies, famed for the dramatic hammer blows of fate in its final movement.