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Duets!
a splendid pairing of music + wine

when: February 8, 2020, 6:30 pm
where: St. Cloud Country Club
301 Montrose Road, St. Cloud, MN 56301

Splendid pairings of wine and music. Enjoy fine wine selected to accompany beautiful music played by St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra musicians at the beautiful St. Cloud Country Club.

Live Music, Hors d’oeuvres, Silent Auction, and Wine Pull

Tickets available at www.stcloudsymphony.com or by calling 320-252-7276
$75 per person
$520 table sponsorship (seating for 8)

All proceeds go directly to SCSO programming and outreach. You must be 21 or over to attend this event.

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Horizons

when: February 22, 2020, 7:30 pm
where: Ritsche Auditorium (Stewart Hall), St. Cloud State University

Route 66 | Daugherty

Deep Summer Music | Larsen

Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny) | Brahms, featuring The Great River Chorale

Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73 | Brahms

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Honors Recital
~ Young Performer Competition contestants in recital. Free and open.

when: March 11, 2020, 7:30 pm
where: Ruth Gant Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, St. Cloud State University

Enjoy brilliant performances by young musicians from Central Minnesota. Young Performer Competition contestants will join Grand Prize winner Anthony Berndt for a delightful evening of music.

The Young Performers Competition grants scholarships to outstanding young musicians in the St. Cloud area. In the competition, contestants perform before a panel of professional musicians and receive written feedback about their performances. Each winner receives a $400 scholarship to continue the study of music. Contestants are invited to perform on the Honors Concert to celebrate their achievements and the Grand Prize winner may be offered an opportunity to perform as a soloist with the Symphony. The professional feedback and performance opportunities of the Young Performers Competition help to build skills and understanding in promising young musicians from Central Minnesota. 

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New World Voices – Canceled

when: April 25, 2020, 7:30 pm
where: Ritsche Auditorium (Stewart Hall), St. Cloud State University

The St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra’s Classics for Kids (April 24th) and “New World Voices” (April 25th) performances have been canceled as part of community-wide efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). We are sending our best to you—with hopes to stay healthy and help each other.

During these uncertain times, the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra requests your support and understanding. Even though the show will not go on, the SCSO has expenses of music rental and employee compensation related to “New World Voices”. If you are a season ticket holder or have purchased single tickets for the April 25th concert and it is financially possible for you, please consider these options:

  1. Donate the price of your ticket to the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra by forgoing a refund.
  2. Exchange your ticket for a voucher to use during the SCSO’s 2020-2021 season.
  3. Request a refund of the price of your ticket.

Please contact the SCSO at info@stcloudsymphony.comor 320-252-7276 to let us know which option you choose. All refund requests must be made before April 15, 2020 so we know how much we can offer the musicians in compensation for lost work.

Our next scheduled performance is the Lemonade Concert on June 25th. Of course, we will continue to monitor the situation and update you as information becomes available.

Thank you for being a part of the SCSO community. Stay safe and healthy!

Lucia Magney

Executive Director, St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra

 

 

Program

Overture to Candide | Leonard Bernstein

In Nature’s Realm | Antonin Dvorak

Young Performer Competition Winner TBA

Symphony No. 1 in E Minor | Florence Price