For We're No. 1, the Minnesota Philharmonic Orchestra focuses on the debut pieces by some of classical music's most prominent and important figures. The most amazing thing about each arrangement in this repertoire -- aside from their sweeping musicality, cultural relevance and historical impact -- is the age at which their respective creators completed the work. Tchaikovsky was just 26 when completed Symphony No. 1, still considered one of his finest accomplishments; Schubert was 10 years younger than that when he debuted his Symphony No. 1; and Mozart, the consummate wunderkind, was all of 8 years old when he finished his Symphony No. 1. Hear them all at Hamline University's historic Sundin Music Hall.