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Musical Mindfulness Onstage at Orchestra Hall

About This Event

Join us for a noon-hour break of guided meditation and live music that explores the nature of resilience with Minnesota Orchestra violinist David Brubaker and University of Minnesota mindfulness faculty member Mariann Johnson.

Fun Facts:

  • This series is presented in collaboration with the University of Minnesota’s Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing, which has offered mindfulness classes for individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities for more than two decades.
  • Sessions take place onstage at Orchestra Hall.
  • This session will provide an opportunity to explore several mindfulness and regulation practices that can help build resilience and strengthen your ability to adapt in the face of challenges.
  • The Center is actively involved in mindfulness research, including multi-year studies funded by the National Institutes of Health. Visit the Center's website, Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing, to explore how mindfulness can be helpful for managing stress and improving overall health.
  • No prior experience with mindfulness or special attire is needed. Everyone is welcome to participate!

Accessibility

Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognesAssisted listening devices available

Additional services are available upon request. Accessibility offerings at Orchestra Hall »

Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403

Concert Rescheduled

The Minnesota Orchestra is committed to the health and safety of our community. Therefore, Musical Mindfulness Onstage at Orchestra Hall has been postponed (new date to be announced) as a preventative action against the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

We will contact ticketholders with the new performance date and time. Your ticket will remain the same for the rescheduled date. As a result of this postponement, we anticipate limited staffing, and longer phone wait times. We may also have modified phone and box office hours (for the safety of our employees).

Musical Mindfulness Onstage at Orchestra Hall

Session Two: Resilience

Tickets $26

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Mon Mar 23 2020 12pm

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David Brubaker, violin | Photo by Josh Kohanek

David Brubaker, violin | Photo by Josh Kohanek

Concert Rescheduled

The Minnesota Orchestra is committed to the health and safety of our community. Therefore, Musical Mindfulness Onstage at Orchestra Hall has been postponed (new date to be announced) as a preventative action against the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

We will contact ticketholders with the new performance date and time. Your ticket will remain the same for the rescheduled date. As a result of this postponement, we anticipate limited staffing, and longer phone wait times. We may also have modified phone and box office hours (for the safety of our employees).

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11am: Doors open
12pm: Session begins
12:45pm: Session ends

About This Event

Join us for a noon-hour break of guided meditation and live music that explores the nature of resilience with Minnesota Orchestra violinist David Brubaker and University of Minnesota mindfulness faculty member Mariann Johnson.

Fun Facts:

  • This series is presented in collaboration with the University of Minnesota’s Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing, which has offered mindfulness classes for individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities for more than two decades.
  • Sessions take place onstage at Orchestra Hall.
  • This session will provide an opportunity to explore several mindfulness and regulation practices that can help build resilience and strengthen your ability to adapt in the face of challenges.
  • The Center is actively involved in mindfulness research, including multi-year studies funded by the National Institutes of Health. Visit the Center's website, Taking Charge of Your Health & Wellbeing, to explore how mindfulness can be helpful for managing stress and improving overall health.
  • No prior experience with mindfulness or special attire is needed. Everyone is welcome to participate!

Accessibility

Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognesAssisted listening devices available

Additional services are available upon request. Accessibility offerings at Orchestra Hall »