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Summer Finale: Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4

Program

MOZART
Selections from Piano Concerto No. 21

TCHAIKOVSKY
Symphony No. 4

Additional piece to be announced

At a Glance

The Minnesota Orchestra’s summer season concludes with a thrilling grand finale conducted by Karina Canellakis. Pianist Jon Kimura Parker caps his first season onstage as the Orchesta’s creative partner for summer programming with selections from the stunningly beautiful and exceptionally challenging Piano Concerto No. 21 by Wolfgang Amadè Mozart. The Orchestra will fill the stage again in a way that has not been possible for many months, allowing audience and musicians a chance to revel and reconnect through Tchaikovsky’s emotional Fourth Symphony, the final movement of which the composer himself suggested was a reminder to “rejoice in the happiness of others.”

Artists

  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Karina Canellakis, conductor
  • Jon Kimura Parker, piano and creative partner for summer programming

Sponsors

Minnesota State Arts Board and Delta


Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403

A limited number of physically distanced seats are available for purchase for this concert. Learn more about our in-person concert safety protocols.

In-Person Concert

Summer Finale: Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4

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FRI AUG 27 8pm Buy

Additional Dates

Sat Aug 288pmBuy

Karina Canellakis, conductor

Karina Canellakis, conductor

A limited number of physically distanced seats are available for purchase for this concert. Learn more about our in-person concert safety protocols.

Program

MOZART
Selections from Piano Concerto No. 21

TCHAIKOVSKY
Symphony No. 4

Additional piece to be announced

At a Glance

The Minnesota Orchestra’s summer season concludes with a thrilling grand finale conducted by Karina Canellakis. Pianist Jon Kimura Parker caps his first season onstage as the Orchesta’s creative partner for summer programming with selections from the stunningly beautiful and exceptionally challenging Piano Concerto No. 21 by Wolfgang Amadè Mozart. The Orchestra will fill the stage again in a way that has not been possible for many months, allowing audience and musicians a chance to revel and reconnect through Tchaikovsky’s emotional Fourth Symphony, the final movement of which the composer himself suggested was a reminder to “rejoice in the happiness of others.”

Artists

  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Karina Canellakis, conductor
  • Jon Kimura Parker, piano and creative partner for summer programming

Sponsors

Minnesota State Arts Board and Delta