The SPCO at its first concert back this spring in Apple Valley. Photo/Renee Jones Schneider.

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra will present three concerts at the Capri Theater in north Minneapolis next season. Players will perform in small ensembles. The SPCO has been at the Capri the past three years but this will be the first time a series of shows is offered.

The Capri holds 250 seats, one third of which (about 75) will be offered free on a first-com basis. The free tickets will be released within a month of each concert. Tickets for the entire series are $30.

Karl Reichert, director of the Capri, said the SPCO concerts have been popular, which is one of the reasons the number of events has been expanded.

Specific programs will be announced later. The dates are Oct. 10, Feb. 6 and May 8. All shows are at 7 p.m.

Series packages are available here. Single tickets go on sale in late August. The free seats can be reserved a month before each concert.

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