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"Twin Cities' foremost presenter of large-scale works for chorus and orchestra." ~Pioneer Press (11/2016)


Upcoming concerts:

The Oratorio Society of Minnesota is an auditioned 90-voice choral ensemble based in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota, now in its 38th Season.

In addition to its annual season concerts, OSM offers its youth and community engagement programs
Viva Coro! and Summer Chorus.

The Greatest Generation - An American Oratorio
Saturday, May 12, 2018
7:30pm

The Greatest Generation - An American Oratorio

OSM has partnered with composer Roger Ames and writers Elizabeth Bassine and Dan Kehde to create a multimedia production of actors, chorus, orchestra and film entitled The Greatest Generation.

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Summer Chorus 2018: Leonard Bernstein at 100
Saturday, August 4, 2018
7:30pm

Summer Chorus 2018: Leonard Bernstein at 100

The Oratorio Society of Minnesota is proud to join the worldwide celebration of the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein, the composer, the conductor, educator, musician, cultural ambassador, and humanitarian.

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2018 Project: The Greatest Generation

OSM has partnered with composer Roger Ames (known to Nautilus Music Theatre audiences) and writer Elizabeth Bassine to create a multimedia evening-length production for actors, chorus, orchestra, and film with a working title The Greatest Generation. The subject matter will center on America's involvement in World War II. This project is scheduled to be performed Saturday, May 12, 2018 at the Ordway Concert Hall in St. Paul.

We are actively seeking financial sponsorship for this project. All donors will receive special recognition at the final performance and may dedicate their contribution (for example, make a memorial dedication to a veteran in their family).

 


Video from past performances: