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We attended a performance in March while attending a conference at the Hyatt Regency (within easy walking distance). We were impressed by two separate greeters at the door and the violist's coming to visit with us and others who were waiting for the performance to...More
Orchestra Hall is a good place to hear a concert. The acoustics are good thanks to the strange looking boxes on the back wall. Many patrons arrive early to socialize, have a drink, and browse the cds and momentos from the Minnesota Orchestra shop.
We used to be members here and would go to five or six concerts a year. There is so much really great music - special instrumentalists, conductors, and of course the Minnesota Orchestra. Yes, there is a charge for the concerts - but they also...More
Sunday afternoon visit, second time at Orchestra Hall, both times have been spectacular. The sound and lighting are perfection! We sat in row 17, seats 27 and 28, had a perfect view. Can't imagine there being a bad seat. A definite Mpls "thing to do!"
I hope Orchestra Hall offers the Sampler Series again in 2018, as this year's performance was great. The program for the evening included snippets of programs that will be offered throughout the season. There was even a performance in the atrium during intermission. If you...More
My wife and I attended a unique event at the hall this past weekend. Dessa from Doomtree performed with the orchestra. Wow! What a show. The venue doesn't have a bad seat and is modern and provides a relaxed atmosphere. The richness and depth of...More
Orchestra Hall is the home of the Minnesota Orchestra but many other groups perform here as well. Orchestra Hall was recently updated and it looks great. It is located right on the Nicollet Mall between 11th and 12th streets. The hall itself is beautiful and...More
The award winning Minnesota Orchestra is comprised of brass, woodwinds, strings and percussion, but there is a HUGE part of this ensemble that must be seen and not heard. The Orchestra Hall in which the acclaimed Minnesota Orchestra performs deserves ample recognition in and of...More
That might be dependent upon how much you would like to spend for your ticket and what type of performance. The higher priced ones will generally be better seating. That said, you can still purchase a lesser priced ticket... More
That might be dependent upon how much you would like to spend for your ticket and what type of performance. The higher priced ones will generally be better seating. That said, you can still purchase a lesser priced ticket and have good seats. So, I would suggest you figure out your price point, then look to see what is available in that range. I like sitting on the main floor, near the aisle along one of the outer sections, as then you can see even if there is a tall person ahead of you. The box seats are also fun, as you get such as different perspective. I would avoid the partial view seats. Enjoy, and pick different seats next time, to try something different. I would sit closer for a soloist, and further back or in the boxes for a dance/broadway type show.