Bloomington Symphony Orchestra - Celebrate Youthful Exuberance!


Mar 24, 2013
03:00 PM until 05:00 PM


Each year, the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra is proud to present the next generation of musical talent while introducing music which might be new to the audience. In the final concert of the BSO’s 50th Anniversary season, we will celebrate the Chinese New Year by presenting Spring Festival Overture by Li Huang, embark on an adventure with the Prelude to Hansel and Gretel by Engelbert Humperdinck,  dance a series of waltzes in Maurice Ravel’s La valse, and celebrate “happily ever-after’s” in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s Cappricio espagnol. We will highlight young talent by playing Mozart’s Symphony No. 10, written when he was a teenager, and by performing with the winner of the Mary West Solo Competition. Join us for an afternoon of festivity as we celebrate youthful exuberance!

Tickets can be purchased in advance at or by calling 952-563-8575.


$14 adults; $12 seniors; Students are free with ID


View map St. Michael's Lutheran Church
9201 Normandale Blvd.
Bloomington, MN

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Bloomington Symphony Orchestra



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Sara Kleinsasser Tan

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