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.

Romance-Russian Style Opens Winter Season

Dmitry Kousov, celloThe Minnesota Sinfonia will open it’s Winter Concert Season with Romance-Russian Style featuring Dmitry Kouzov performing Tchaikovsky’s Andante Cantabile and Pezzo Capriccioso.  The orchestra will also perform works by Mozart and Carl Maria von Webber. A new piece by Jocelyn Hagen, Adagio,will be premiered at these concerts thanks to the support of the McKnight Foundation.  Check out Jocelyn’s Bio

Russian cellist Dmitry Kouzov has performed in venues across five continents with orchestras, in chamber music performances and recitals. He has appeared in command performances for Mikhail Gorbachev and Prince Andrew, Duke of York.

Friday, October 9
7:00 p.m.

Metropolitan State University
700 E. 7th St.
St. Paul, MN

Sunday, October 11
2 p.m.

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

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Congratulations to Award Winning Composers

McKnight SquareThe Minnesota Sinfonia is proud to announce the 2015 Minnesota Sinfonia/McKnight Foundation composition award recipients. The award is given by the Sinfonia to Minnesota-based composers for new chamber orchestra compositions. Thanks to financial support from the McKnight Foundation, each composer will receive a cash prize. With the exception of Tony Hauser’s Alegrias, which was premiered this past June, all composers will have his or her composition premiered by the Sinfonia during the current season.

The winners are:

Tony Hauser, Alegrias

Jocelyn Hagen, Adagio

David Evan Thomas, Suite Populaire

Jeremy Cochran, Insouciant