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Heart and Hope

Program to Include:

HERBERT
Elegy: In Memoriam—Stephen Lawrence / 8 min

BACH
Concerto in C minor for Oboe, Violin and String Orchestra / 16 min

DVOŘÁK
Serenade for Wind Instruments / 24 min

At a Glance

Eight months after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, as the Minnesota Orchestra continues to reckon with the racial injustice in our community, this heartfelt concert opens with reflective music by Philip Herbert. His Elegy: In Memoriam—Stephen Lawrence remembers another life tragically lost to racial violence in 1993.

Then, two longtime friends and colleagues, oboist John Snow and violinist Peter McGuire, share an intimate musical dialogue in a double concerto by Bach. Dvořák’s Serenade for Winds, conducted by Music Director Osmo Vänskä, guides us out of January in an optimistic and hopeful frame of mind.

Artists

 

 

Sponsors:

Minnesota State Arts Board and Delta


   


With additional support in memory of Ardus and John W. Windhorst, Sr.
and Bill and Katie Miller

Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403

This is Minnesota Orchestra is a series of live Friday night concerts presented by Twin Cities PBS (TPT) , Classical Minnesota Public Radio and the Minnesota Orchestra hosted by Sarah Hicks with MPR's Melissa Ousley.

This is Minnesota Orchestra

Heart and Hope

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FRI JAN 29 8pm

Minnesota Orchestra | Photo © Travis Anderson Photo

Minnesota Orchestra | Photo © Travis Anderson Photo

This is Minnesota Orchestra is a series of live Friday night concerts presented by Twin Cities PBS (TPT) , Classical Minnesota Public Radio and the Minnesota Orchestra hosted by Sarah Hicks with MPR's Melissa Ousley.

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The Minnesota Orchestra takes to the Orchestra Hall stage with a re-imagined concert season.

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Program to Include:

HERBERT
Elegy: In Memoriam—Stephen Lawrence / 8 min

BACH
Concerto in C minor for Oboe, Violin and String Orchestra / 16 min

DVOŘÁK
Serenade for Wind Instruments / 24 min

At a Glance

Eight months after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, as the Minnesota Orchestra continues to reckon with the racial injustice in our community, this heartfelt concert opens with reflective music by Philip Herbert. His Elegy: In Memoriam—Stephen Lawrence remembers another life tragically lost to racial violence in 1993.

Then, two longtime friends and colleagues, oboist John Snow and violinist Peter McGuire, share an intimate musical dialogue in a double concerto by Bach. Dvořák’s Serenade for Winds, conducted by Music Director Osmo Vänskä, guides us out of January in an optimistic and hopeful frame of mind.

Artists

 

 

Sponsors:

Minnesota State Arts Board and Delta


   


With additional support in memory of Ardus and John W. Windhorst, Sr.
and Bill and Katie Miller