September 2nd, 2022
Sunday, September 25, 2022 – Chapel of the Christ, Martin Luther College, New Ulm, MN
ProMusica Minnesota is excited to announce the opening concert of the 2022-2023 New Ulm Series of concerts at Martin Luther College in New Ulm with Strings Attached on September 25, 2022. The concert will feature two prominent musicians from the Minnesota Orchestra: First Associate Concertmaster Violinist Susie Park and Principal Cello Tony Ross. The two will join Artistic Director and pianist Bethel Balge to perform Samuel Barber’s Cello Sonata, Jessie Montgomery’s Rhapsody No. 1, and Johannes Brahms Piano Trio in C Major, No. 2, Op. 87.
In addition to the concert on Sunday, the Ross and Park will lead a masterclass for standout violin and cello students of Minnesota. The students will perform a piece of their choice and will receive direct and personal feedback from the professional musicians. This masterclass is a great opportunity for all music students of any discipline to observe and gain advice and wisdom from these world-class musicians. The masterclass is free and open to the public, and will also take place at Chapel of the Christ at Martin Luther College beginning at 10am on Saturday, September 24th .
ProMusica Minnesota is dedicated to producing unique and excellent chamber music performances in an intimate setting, bringing the audience closer to the music and its musicians. ProMusica Minnesota strives to catalyze a personal and poignant relationship with some of the greatest music ever written performed by elite musicians here in our neighborhoods of southern Minnesota.
Tickets are $20 for general admission and $5 for youth and students. Series passes are also available for the three concerts in New Ulm throughout 2022-2023. Online ticketing is available at promusicamn.com. Advance reservations are preferred, but remaining tickets will be available for purchase before each concert.
This concert is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.