Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra | To Sing

To Sing

Join us for a night bursting with song! The concert opens with the Negro Folk Symphony, composed by William Dawson in 1934. Dawson creates a work that is reminiscent of Dvořák’s New World Symphony, using traditional spirituals being sung across the instruments in the orchestra. Then, be spellbound by our Symphony Chorus as we perform an array of choral showstoppers including Orff’s dramatic O Fortuna and Handel’s timeless Hallelujah chorus.

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DSSO COVID-19 Safety Protocol

Per the DSSO masks are required.

Proof of Vaccination or Negative COVID-19 PCR Test Required for Entry for All Guests (Ages 12+)

To ensure the safest possible experience for in-person indoor events, the DSSO will now require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test from the last 72 hours prior to entrance or event for anyone entering Symphony Hall. Prior to entering Symphony Hall, guests should be prepared to show verification and proof of identification.