Join us as we start the season with the MSO dipping their toes into familiar and beloved jazz numbers featuring Minot-raised vocalist Jasmine Spitzer. We will be premiering a new work by local composer Erik M. Anderson for electric cello and orchestra, featuring our principal cellist Dr. Erik Anderson. You won’t want to miss the iconic Leonard Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story.

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Anyone who likes Tchaikovsky is going to love Vasily Kalinnikov’s First Symphony. Join us as we welcome Costa Rican conductor and composer Eddie Mora as our guest conductor for this unforgettable concert. We will feature the rarely performed 1st symphony by Kalinnikov whose life was cut short at age 35. Maestro Mora will give the world premiere of one of his own compositions with the MSO as well as bringing us the fun packed overture Rusland and Ludmilla by Glinka.

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Celebrate the holidays with the MSO at our traditional annual Holiday Pops concert. We will kick off with the well-known A Christmas Festival by Leroy Anderson. Once again we’ll be collaborating with the Minot High School Choir, bringing you Dvoƙák’s Te Deum and Holst’s beautiful Christmas Day. We will feature music from the movie The Polar Express as well as several arrangements of your favorite Christmas carols, including a sing along. Come and join us in song!

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All ages are welcome to join us as we explore a new format for our Family Concert tailored for younger audiences. On this occasion, you’ll be delighted to learn about Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream as Minot State English Professor Dr. Eric Furuseth and Mya Temanson walk us through the enchanting plot while hearing the incidental music written by Felix Mendelssohn. We will invite a group of young musicians join us on stage as we bring you Mozart’s father’s charming Toy Symphony. We are also honored to feature the annual MSO High School Soloist Competition winner.

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Join us as we perform one of the most iconic romantic symphonies in the French repertoire. César Franck described his Symphony in D Minor as an “energetic and warm” first movement; a “sweet and melancholic” Allegretto, which inspired by the distant vision of a cortège (procession); and a “radiant, quasi luminous” finale. We will feature our yearly Division of Performing Arts Honors Competition winner as well as the winning piece of our annual Young Composer Competition.

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Put your seat belts on as we launch to infinity and beyond with our final concert of the season as we travel through our solar system with The Planets by Gustav Holst. Discover the World on the Moon with the overture to Haydn’s opera. We will also perform Maestro Amaya’s Polaris, as well as excerpts from John Williams’ soundtrack from Spielberg’s blockbuster movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

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Ticket Pricing:

Balcony
Adult: $35 (18-64)
Senior: $30 (65+)
Student: $15  (13-17)
Child: $10 (12 & under)

Main Floor
Adult: $30 (18-64)
Senior: $25 (65+)
Student: $15  (13-17)
Child: $10 (12 & under)
 
   
Online Convenience Fee: $2
 


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