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Sala: Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, Saint Paul

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Address345 Washington Street
Saint Paul
MN 55102
Estados Unidos
ContainsConcert Hall
Music Theater
Google maps44° 56' 40.499" N 93° 5' 51.526" W
marzo 2020
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Saint PaulInternational Artist Series: Daniil Trifonov

Brahms, Bach
Daniil Trifonov, Piano

Saint PaulInternational Artist Series: Danish String Quartet

Beethoven
Danish String Quartet

Saint PaulInternational Artist Series: Danish String Quartet

Beethoven
Danish String Quartet
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Fresh and vital performances from the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

Felix Mendelssohn © Public domain
In a vibrant Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra program, two repertoire staples were paired with an early Mendelssohn symphony that deserves to be better-known.

Minnesota Opera's Thaïs: a bright star in Massenet’s galaxy of women

Lucas Meachem (Athanaël) © Cory Weaver
In a highly effective stage presentation, the Minnesota Opera tells Jules Massenet’s story of two personalities whose spiritual journeys are like two ships passing in the night.

Arrestingly effective: Dead Man Walking at Minnesota Opera

Dennis Petersen (Father Grenville) and Catherine Martin (Sister Helen) © Cory Weaver
Dead Man Walking is currently the most frequently performed contemporary American opera. Joel Ivany's staging, first mounted in Vancouver, opened recently at Minnesota Opera just days after the opera's Spanish première in Madrid. 

Minnesota Opera Don Pasquale “goes Hollywood”

Craig Colclough (Don Pasquale) and Andrew Wilkowske (Dr Malatesta) © Dan Norman
Don Pasquale is updated to 1950s Hollywood, delivering clever staging and slapstick humor while sacrificing none of Donizetti's musical artistry.

A Rheingold that works on every level in Minnesota

Greer Grimsley (Wotan) © Cory Weaver
Highly idiomatic and effective singing by Greer Grimsley, Denyce Graves and other cast members, coupled with inventive stagecraft wizardry, make the Minnesota Opera's first-ever Rheingold a memorable production.

Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra inspires in Minnesota

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra © Ash & James Photography (2015)
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra delivers a thrilling account of Schubert's Second Symphony, while pianist Jeremy Denk inspires in Mozart and chamber works by Schumann and Kurtág.