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Jon Kimura Parker, piano | © Courtney Perry

Summer Chamber Music Concert

in the Auditorium

Sun Jul 31, 2022

Orchestra Hall

1.5 hours including a 15-min intermission

Minnesota Orchestra musicians and pianist Jon Kimura Parker come together in small ensembles to perform cherished classics by Felix Mendelssohn, Francis Poulenc and Claude Debussy, as well as an innovative recent piece by Jessie Montgomery, in this summer Sunday afternoon concert.

2:30–4:00PM Happy Hour

Pre-order your Bubbles and Bites: A sweet and savory sharable basket of goodies, paired with Prosecco Rosé. Learn more

Want to check out the rest of the schedule for the summer? Visit Sounds + Bites

Date & Time



    Sonata for Cello and Piano

    1 min note

    One Minute Note


    Erik Wheeler, cello
    Jon Kimura Parker, piano


    Sextet for Piano and Winds

    1 min note

    One Minute Note


    Adam Kuenzel, flute
    Julie Gramolini Williams, oboe
    Gabriel Campos Zamora, clarinet
    J. Christopher Marshall, bassoon
    Bruce Hudson, horn
    Jon Kimura Parker, piano


    Break Away

    1 min note

    One Minute Note


    Sarah Grimes, violin
    Ben Odhner, violin
    Jenni Seo, viola
    Sonia Mantell, cello


    Sextet for Piano and Strings

    1 min note

    One Minute Note


    Emily Switzer, violin
    Sifei Cheng, viola
    Kenneth Freed, viola
    Erik Wheeler, cello
    Kathryn Nettleman, bass
    Jon Kimura Parker, piano



Jon Kimura Parker


Your Concert Experience

Join us for Q&A’s, hosted discussions, exhibits and more. All free with your concert ticket!

Sounds + Bites

Come early and stay late for Sounds + Bites: special food experiences and free entertainment by outstanding local performers on the magnificent Peavey Plaza. Enjoy a cocktail beside the reflecting pool during our $5 Happy Hour while you listen. Learn more.

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre


Where: Balcony A Lobby

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre uses water, flour, newspaper, paint, and unlimited imagination to tell stories that explore the struggles and celebrations of human existence. Come see themed displays of puppets created by HOBT artists; from large dragon masks to a collection of winged creatures!

Accessibility Services

  • Assistive Listening Devices
  • Service Animals
  • Wheelchair & Accessible Seating

Additional services are available upon request.

Sponsored By


The Chamber Music Series is sponsored by Dr. Jennine and John Speier.

The Creative Partner position is supported by Marilyn and Glen Nelson.