- One concert ticket
- Where: Orchestra Hall
- Door time: two hours before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
Performance and Seating Options
* Elgar and Shostakovich: $10 for main-floor seating on March 13–15 (up to $84 value)
* Chris Botti: Impressions: $25 for balcony seating on Thursday, March 20, at 8 p.m. (up to $100 value). The Minnesota Orchestra does not perform on this program. * Debussy’s La Mer: $10 for main-floor seating on Saturday, March 22, at 8 p.m. (up to $84 value) * Click here to view the seating chart.
- To hear guest conductor Mark Wigglesworth deliver a riveting version of Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 10 and radically reinterpret Elgar’s Enigma Variations, perhaps revealing the mysterious “unplayed” theme the composer took to his grave, see Elgar and Shostakovich.
- To hear the world’s top-selling jazz instrumentalist perform highlights from his Grammy-winning album, including “When I Fall in Love,” “Cinema Paradiso,” and renditions of Chopin with the jazz levels cranked to 11, check out Chris Botti: Impressions. The Minnesota Orchestra does not perform on this program.
- To hear all the beauty and fury you’d expect from an ocean-themed concert, which includes not only the moods of the sea but also Benjamin Britten’s gentler Four Sea Interludes and Ravel’s lively Rapsodie Espagnole, see Debussy’s La Mer.
Minnesota Orchestra celebrates its second century as one of America’s premier symphonic ensembles, gathering accolades from publications such as the New York Times. Concerts take place at Orchestra Hall, where a wooden floor with a one-inch separation from its supporting structure enhances the evening’s acoustics, enlivening orchestral sounds and preventing midair collisions between muddled notes.
Returning from its historic tour to Cuba in May of 2015 and Carnegie Hall last March, the Grammy Award–winning Minnesota Orchestra celebrates its second century as one of America’s premier symphonic ensembles, gathering accolades from publications such as the New York Times.