This month, we look forward to continue broadcasting free digital concerts to provide relief and further connection to our audiences in the midst of Minnesota’s …
Many of the SPCO’s favorite artists and collaborators are included on The New York Times list of “5 Minutes That Will Make You Love Classical Music.” Here are some of our upcoming concerts feature composers from The New York Times list.
We’re excited to announce the first three live concert video streams of our 2018.19 season.
Thomas Zehetmair takes the baton on September 13, 14 and 15 to bring to the Twin Cities a weekend of performances that exhibit The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s breadth of emotion, depth of skill and sonic curiosity. The Ordway Concert Hall is set to host the concerts and the SPCO also will live stream the…
Composer-in-Residence Lembit Beecher writes about his work, “The Conference of the Birds.”
As “Race for the Reef” becomes the first family concert in our Concert Library, Erin Jude discusses the SPCO’s partnership with master puppeteer Victor Yerrid.
While the logic that held women back in composition 100 years ago is patently false, systemic biases remain that prevent women from having equal opportunities in the world of classical music. The SPCO’s No Fiction Festival represents some of the work being done to realign those misplaced preferences and celebrate gender equality in music.
From the archives to the airwaves: a rare opportunity to hear 1975 SPCO concerts with Alfred Brendel
Minnesota Public Radio will rebroadcast 1975 concerts featuring the SPCO and Alfred Brendel performing all five Beethoven piano concertos.