- $12 for one ticket to Minnesota Orchestra’s 2014–15 Season Sampler Concert (up to $25 value)
- When: Saturday, September 13, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Orchestra Hall
- Best available reserved seating
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees
- Click here to view the seating chart
2014–15 Season Sampler Concert
Conductor Sarah Hicks offers up a whirlwind tour of the upcoming season in this preview concert, highlighting the music of shows to come. Here’s a look at some of the shows that might be touched upon.
- A Strauss Celebration: Immortal Stories: A celebration of Richard Strauss’ 150th birthday, Dance of the Seven Veils features sensual and shocking opera.
- Out of this World with Christopher Lloyd: Actor Christopher Lloyd of Back to the Future hosts a night of other-worldly music with selection from Star Trek, Star Wars and more.
- Musician Spotlight: Celebrating John Miller, Jr.: This orchestra performance spotlights Principal Bassoon John Miller Jr., a 44th-year principal player, the longest tenure for a principal player.
- Shakespeare Winterfest: Star-Crossed Lovers: The orchestra conveys three different realizations of a love story, including songs from Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story.
- Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel: A full symphony orchestra brings Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel to life, in this new tradition of spotlighting one great American musical each year.
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 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.