The Minnesota Sinfonia is offering six free admission programs in the Twin Cities from October 2019 until April 2020!
This weekend, enjoy two performances of their More Ilya! program featuring Ilya Kaler, violin:
Mar 6 (Fri) 7 pm | Metropolitan State University, Founders Hall, 387 Maria Ave, St. Paul
Mar 7 (Sat) 2 pm | Basilica of Saint Mary, 1600 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis
Violinist, Ilya Kaler, returns to the Sinfonia to play Dvorak’s “Romance,” and Saint-Saens’ “Havanaise” and “Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso.” Audience members will also enjoy Mayer’s “Symphony No. 1” and “Mr. Toad’s Adventurous Ride,” plus a new work by John Winkleman.
The Minnesota Sinfonia is a Minnesota-based non-profit dedicated to serving the musical needs of Minnesotans, focusing on children, seniors and those with limited financial means.
For more information about other upcoming concerts, visit the MN Sinfonia website.