Musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra will play a concert at the end of April in St. Paul. Stanislaw Skrowaczewski will conduct the locked-out musicians on April 25, at 7:30 p.m., at The O'Shaughnessy auditorium.

Burt Hara, principal clarinet, will perform the Mozart Clarinet Concerto, K. 622. Skrowaczewski will lead Bruckner's Symphony No. 4, a familiar piece that the orchestra recorded with Osmo Vanska in 2010.

Back before Orchestra Hall was built (in the days when Skrowaczewski was music director), The O'Shaughnessy was a regular stop for the orchestra.

Tickets go on sale at noon Tuesday through the O'Shaughnessy box office, 651-690-6700 or online. $20-$60.


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