• Icehouse MPLS (map)
  • 2528 Nicollet Avenue
  • Minneapolis, MN, 55404
  • United States




Join The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra for our new concert series at Icehouse MPLS and enjoy intimate chamber music performances, specialty cocktails and gourmet food all at once in this inviting and eclectic music venue. A quartet of SPCO musicians will perform Wynton Marsalis’ At the Octoroon Balls, a contemporary work that draws from Creole music the composer heard growing up in New Orleans. 

Quartet No. 1 from At the Octoroon Balls

Maureen Nelson, violin
Kayla Moffett, violin
Maiya Papach, viola
Sarah Lewis, cello

Please note: Individual tickets for this concert are not available at this time. A limited number of subscription tickets for the three-concert SPCO at Icehouse series can be purchased  atthespco.org/icehouse or by calling our Ticket Office at 651.291.1144


Renowned for its artistic excellence, remarkable versatility of musical styles and adventurous programming, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra is widely regarded as one of the finest chamber orchestras in the world. Now in its 58th season, the SPCO has recently undergone transformational change with the opening of its new home, the Ordway Concert Hall, the addition of a new generation of players, and significant changes in the scope of its artistic vision. Committed to championing new music, the SPCO is primarily an unconducted ensemble that works in close collaboration with a diverse series of artistic partners. The virtuoso musicians of the SPCO present more than 130 concerts and educational programs each year, and are regularly heard on public radio programs which reach more than 2 million listeners each week on over 300 stations. Additionally, the SPCO reaches more than 200,000 listeners annually through its free online Listening Library. The SPCO is nationally recognized for its commitment to broad community accessibility, its innovative audience outreach efforts, and its educational and family programming. The SPCO offers the most affordable tickets of any major orchestra in the United States, with over 50 percent of tickets available for $12 or less, and has expanded accessibility even further by offering free tickets for children and students starting in the 2016.17 season as a part of the New Generation Initiative. For more information, visit thespco.org