Enjoy the Minnesota Orchestra wherever and whenever you want! Below you'll find information about our Digital Concert Hall, live radio and television broadcasts, and YouTube channel.
Digital Concert Hall
Watch This is Minnesota Orchestra live broadcasts—plus full-length concerts on demand, concert clips, interviews with the people behind the music, educational and wellness videos, and more. We’re adding more content all the time!
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Besides full episodes of This Is Minnesota Orchestra from current and past seasons, our Digital Concert Hall offers concert clips, behind-the-scenes content, digital exclusives, education and wellness programming and lots more. We're adding more content all the time, so check back frequently!
This Is Minnesota Orchestra is a series of select Minnesota Orchestra concerts broadcast live on TPT-2, our Digital Concert Hall and our social media channels (Facebook and YouTube). Hosted by one of three hosts—Sarah Hicks, Bill Eddins and Ariana Kim—they offer a unique concert experience that includes behind-the-scenes content, interviews with special guests and more.
Concert broadcasts on TV and the radio are always free, and livestream concerts are available at no cost on the Digital Concert Hall and the Orchestra’s social media channels as they debut live. Each concert will typically be available for on-demand viewing at no cost through the Sunday after broadcast.
Anywhere you can play online videos—computer, smart TV, tablet or smartphone—you can watch Minnesota Orchestra performances. After the concert has aired live, it remains on the This Is Minnesota Orchestra website through the Sunday following the broadcast.
You can read about the composers, musicians and repertoire in the program notes. Program notes are available in the program details under the video on our streaming website.
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This program series is made possible in part by a generous lead gifts from Kathryn and Charles Cunningham.