Supersonic Sounds Tickets Still Available

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Minnesota Orchestra
We’re writing to let you know that tickets are still available for the first concert in our new Friends & Family series on Sunday, March 2 at 2pm. Adult tickets are just $5 and children’s tickets are free, thanks to generous support from Friends of the Minnesota Orchestra. We hope that you will visit us soon and join us in applauding our Grammy Award-winning musicians onstage in the newly-renovated Orchestra Hall.

Come early! Explore our renovated lobby spaces and enjoy pre-concert entertainment featuring The Medicine Show Music Company beginning at noon followed by Friends & Family Sound Discovery Stations beginning at 1 pm, where you can learn more about the instruments used on stage, and even try playing them yourself!

Supersonic Sounds!

Supersonic Sounds and Community Open House sponsored by Friends of the Minnesota Orchestra Sun Mar 2   2pm Delta David Gier, conductor Sedra Bistodeau, violin

This performance is most enjoyed by audiences ages 8+. Lobby activities are free to the entire community; concert tickets are required for performance at 2pm. Concert will be one hour with no intermission. Limit of two free children’s tickets for each paid adult.

View the complete list of Friends & Family concerts this season.

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