Mendelssohn’s Scottish Symphony with Tabea Zimmermann

Followed by an after party with complimentary appetizers

Tabea Zimmermann sits beside viola
Photo: Marco Borggreve

We are excited to announce our third club2030 after party this season, following our March 17th performance of Mendelssohn’s Scottish Symphony with Tabea Zimmermann.

Join us for the concert on March 17th, followed by an exclusive after party with appetizers and free beer from MetroNOME. Tabea Zimmermann, one of our newest Artistic Partners, will attend and conduct a brief interview and Q&A with club2030 members. As always, with your club2030 membership, you get the best available seats at only $10 per ticket. Tickets are limited!

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HOW TO ORDER AND JOIN CLUB2030:
If you are 18-39 but not yet a member of club2030, click here, and enter promo code club2030 to get the best available seats at only $10 per ticket. Your reservation for this performance will automatically enroll you in club2030.

HOW TO ORDER AS AN EXISTING CLUB2030 MEMBER:
If you are already a club2030 member you will no longer have to use the “club2030” coupon code to get your discounted tickets – you will be recognized automatically when you sign in. To order tickets for this performance, click here to log into your account. You will be redirected to the seating map, and seats held for club2030 will be available to you. Select your seat and then pick the club2030 price type to receive your discount. If you have any questions or would like to order over the phone, call our Ticket Office at 651.291.1144, Monday–Friday from 12:00–5:00pm or 11:00am–3:00pm on Saturdays.

ABOUT THE CONCERT:
Fanny Mendelssohn wrote the Overture in C when she was 25 years old, yet it remained unpublished until it was resurrected over 150 years later and has since become increasingly popular. Hummel’s virtuosic “Potpourri,” another work that languished in obscurity until recently, is the perfect vehicle to showcase the talents of the SPCO’s newest Artistic Partner, Tabea Zimmermann. Rounding out the program is music from Fanny’s younger brother, Felix. In 1829 Felix Mendelssohn visited the abandoned Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh and wrote, “Everything around is broken and moldering, and bright sky shines in. I believe I found today in that old chapel the beginning of my Scottish Symphony.” The ruins remain virtually unchanged to this day.

ABOUT CLUB2030:
club2030 is a group of over 6,500 people, 18 to 39 years old, who get $10 best available seats to SPCO concerts at any of our many venues across the Twin Cities.