Ordway Concert Hall

April 10, 2022

“Tracing Visions”

With this program, the orchestra sets out to challenge the canon by illuminating a new pathway for listening, sharing, and fostering artistic expression with works by Alberto Ginastera, Xavier Foley, Jessie Montgomery, and more. Border CrosSing will perform a solo piece by Heitor Villa-Lobos and join Sphinx Virtuosi for a Carlos Guastavino selection.

COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results as well as masks are currently required to attend performances.

COVID boosters will be required for vaccinated guests starting February 1.

We require all guests to present a photo ID with proof of either full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours prior to attending an event. Starting February 1, vaccinated guests will also need to present proof of a booster shot.

The Arts Partnership has also updated its mask policy, now requiring guests to wear non-cloth masks such as N95, KN95, KF94, or surgical masks.

About Sphinx Virtuosi

Since its founding in 2004, Sphinx Virtuosi has defined itself as the most diverse professional chamber orchestra in the country. This ensemble’s dynamic approach to music-making offers an experience of unmatched vibrancy for seasoned and new audiences alike. Comprised of 18 talented soloists, these artists tour annually as cultural ambassadors to communities far and wide.

About Border CrosSing

Founded in 2017, Minnesota-based choral ensemble Border CrosSing envisions fundamental change in classical music culture, working to ensure that the community’s true cultural reality is reflected onstage and in audiences. The organization provides opportunities for people from different communities to understand each other in new ways through work like their multi-lingual Puentes concert series, educational programs in schools, and collaborations with Minnesota’s most important cultural organizations.