The Minnesota Sinfonia is a professional, non-profit chamber orchestra offering free-admission concerts and educational programs in and around the Twin Cities. All programs are accessible and welcoming to all ages.

Thank You for your Support!

Thank you to all the wonderful guests that joined us for the Spring Fling on April 14th.  We had a wonderful evening that included games, a silent auction, amazing food, and more.  The highlight was a short performance by the orchestra of this year’s Music in the Schools program, The Magical Mysteries of Math and Music.

Thanks to everyone for your support, and joining us for this annual event.

Second Annual Spring Fling!

Support the Minnesota Sinfonia and the second annual Spring Fling.


This year our annual fundraiser will be held at 301 on Main and features a short performance by the orchestra.  When you attend this event you will also have the opportunity to support the Sinfonia by playing games and bidding on some fantastic silent auction items.  All of our guests that evening will receive free hors d’oeuvres and desserts, and well as a free glass of champagne.  VIP’s will also gain entry to the VIP room, and receive a VIP bag.  There is free parking available at 301 on Main.  More Details

Tickets on Sale Now!

Regular Price-$50
VIP Tickets-$75

All proceeds will go to support the Sinfonia’s free admission and family-friendly programs.

Spring Fling
April 14, 2016 at 5:30pm

301 on Main
301 Main St. NE
Minneapolis, MN

“Father and Son” features International Competition Winner

Zorman+violin+credit+Richard+BlinkoffThe Minnesota Sinfonia presents “Father and Son” on March 4th at Johnson High School in Saint Paul, and March 5th at the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis.

Itamar Zorman has been called “the violin whisperer” and is the 2011 winner of the International Tchaikovsky Competition. He will be performing selections by Henryk Wieniawski and Antonin Dvorak, as well as Hora, a piece written by his father, Moshe Zorman.  The concert will also feature the world premiere of Insouciant, by Jeremy Cochran, thanks to a grant from the McKnight Foundation.

Friday, March 4
7 p.m.

Johnson High School
1349 Arcade St.
St Paul, MN

Saturday, March 5
1:30 p.m. (please note new start time)

Basilica of Saint Mary
88 North 17th St.
Minneapolis, MN

More Concert Information

Eric Silberger Returns For Bohemian Touch


The Sinfonia welcomes Eric Silberger for his second performance with the orchestra.  For this concert Eric will perform Gypsy Airs by Pablo de Sarasate and a world premiere of his own composition.

The concert will also feature a newly commissioned piece by Minnesota composer, David Evan Thomas, Suite Populaire, on February 5 and February 6.

Concert Information


Friday, February 5
7 p.m.

Johnson High School
1349 Arcade St.
St Paul, MN


Saturday, February 6
2 p.m.

Basilica of Saint Mary
88 North 17th St.
Minneapolis, MN

Beautiful Audiences for Beautiful Beethoven

Thank you to everyone who attended A Tribute to Thelma Hunter this weekend.  The audiences in Roseville, Minneapolis, and St. Cloud were absolutely wonderful.

A Tribute to Thelma Hunter
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Voting for the Greater Good

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We’ve been nominated for Making The Greater Good Even Greater! This program, from Mill City Credit Union, gives one local non-profit and one small business a donation of at least $500 and a chance to be featured throughout the next month.  We need your votes to win the competition for February.

You can vote once every 24 hours for the Minnesota Sinfonia!

Vote for us today, and share with your friends.  Visit Mill City Credit Union’s voting page on Facebook!