Join Us on December 15 for “Winter Jubilee”

Winter Jubilee

Sunday, December 15, 2019
3:00 pm

Edina High School
6754 Valley View Rd, Edina, MN 55439 [map]
Adults $5


An annual favorite, our holiday concert promises to bring cheer to the audience with a wide-ranging offering of seasonal highlights. The program will include will include selections from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, Sean Ivory’s Wexford Carol, Mark Williams’ Twenty Carols in Two Minutes, as well as other seasonal offerings. Associate Conductor Paul Kile will lead Nancy Galbraith’s recent moving work, with brightness round about it. Our annual silent auction, held in conjunction with this concert, promises to augment and streamline your holiday shopping.

 
From the Director

“Making fine music come alive is an engaging and worthwhile challenge, as well as a rejuvenating source of joy and gratification that deepens with age and experience. The Minnesota Symphonic Winds takes this all quite seriously, while managing to have a lot of fun in the process!”

— Dr. Timothy Mahr, Conductor
 
In the Community

“MSW showed my students that they can continue to play their instruments in a professional or community band even after college.”

— Dr. Joan deAlbuquerque

In April 2014, the Minnesota Symphonic Winds performed a joint concert with the Luther College Concert Band, led by Dr. Joan deAlbuquerque. Shared performances with high school and collegiate groups are a staple of MSW’s seasonal concert program.

Our Season at a Glance

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Coming Up

Join Us on February 13 for a Special Concert at MMEA

MSW at MMEA

Thursday, February 13, 2020
7:30 pm

Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55403 [map]


We’re honored to have been chosen to perform at the annual Minnesota Music Educators Association Midwinter Clinic! Check back soon to discover our program for this exciting concert. Public welcome!