Ted Mann Concert Hall
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The perfect venue—from symphonies to seminars
Ted Mann Concert Hall is a world-class concert auditorium, dedicated in 1993. Overlooking the banks of the Mississippi River, this facility seats 1,126 people with additional standing room and non-fixed seating options, and it offers a full concert programming schedule that includes performances by School of Music ensembles, faculty, and guest artists. A separate programming schedule includes performances or master classes by such notables as the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Joe Henderson Trio, the Martha Graham Dance Company, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Dale Warland Singers, Bobby McFerrin, Chanticleer, and the Schubert Club.
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