If you don’t yet have your tickets for the September 5 Gala with Renee Fleming, there’s still time.  But don’t delay; Starry, Starry Night tickets are almost sold out at some price levels.

If you can purchase tickets at the $250 level, did you know that you’d also be helping to build a more secure Minnesota Orchestra?  Your $250 ticket includes a $150 tax-deductible contribution.

You’ll experience the dazzling artistry of our Minnesota Orchestra and special guest, Renee Fleming as well as the Grammy® Award presentation – and you can celebrate with the orchestra at a post-concert party with a champagne toast and dessert.  In addition, you’ll receive tickets to a special, invitation only chamber concert with Music Director, Osmo Vänskä, and Principal Cello, Anthony Ross.   Don’t wait – get your ticket online or call today.

There are many ways you can help the orchestra; some don’t cost anything.  Share your enthusiasm for the Minnesota Orchestra with your friends, neighbors and family members.  Call and make sure they have their tickets for this season.  If not, suggest that they try the Create Your Own series, available now at a savings of 25% off individual ticket prices by using the the code EXCELLENCE15.

Do you know someone who’s new to the Minnesota Orchestra?  For first-time concert-goers, there’s a really special deal:  up to four tickets at only $5 each!  To order, click here.

We all need to help build the orchestra’s fan base and make sure every concert has an enthusiastic audience.

Going to the State Fair?  Look for the Minnesota Orchestra there:

  • At the Minnesota Orchestra booth, in the MPR area, corner of Judson and Nelson, Fri., Aug. 29, 8 am-5 pm.
  • At the AFL-CIO Labor Pavilion, corner of Dan Patch and Cooper – FREE performances by Minnesota Orchestra musicians, Sat., Aug. 30, 10 am and 11 am, Sun., Aug. 31, 11:30 am.
  • On the KARE 11 Morning Show, corner of Judson and Nelson, FREE performances by Minnesota Orchestra musicians, Sat., Aug. 30, 9 am-10am.

See you there!

Special Ticket Prices for Fans, Old and New