Bozeman Symphony reaches fundraising goal
Katie Fairbanks writes:
If anyone knows what sounds good, it's the Bozeman Symphony. So imagine being offered the chance to raise $100,000, but having a large chunk of the sum given by an anonymous donor. If that sounds good to you, it was music to the Symphony's ears...
Bozeman, Wyoming symphony director to make Carnegie Hall debut
Jaci Webb of the Billings Gazette writes:
Bozeman Symphony Orchestra director Matthew Savery will see some familiar faces at his Carnegie Hall debut next month in New York. About 40 fans of the longtime Bozeman music director are making the trip to see Savery direct world-renowned violinist Alexander Markov...
Matthew's Carnegie Debut
Watch a segment on KBZK's Know and Go about Matthew's carnegie debut by clicking here!
Symphony deserves support and appreciation
Les AuCoin writes:
My wife and I attended one of two sold-out performances of the Bozeman Symphony and Choirs stunning performance of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony last weekend, and must express our sense of community pride in the incredible musicality of the BSO musicians performing what many consider one of the greatest compositions in the western musical canon...
Bozeman Symphony saluted for recent performance
Richard Panuschka writes:
The Bozeman Symphony’s performance of Ludwig van Beethoven’s 9th Symphony was truly awe-inspiring! I am impressed at the level of talent displayed by all of the musicians and vocalists at this weekend’s concert...
Bozeman’s Savery to conduct at Carnegie Hall
Bozeman Symphony conductor Matthew Savery says he doesn’t feel nervous, at least not yet, about his chance to conduct for the first time at Carnegie Hall.
“Come on — it’s the most famous hall in the world,” Savery said, when asked how he feels about the June 5 concert. “I’m thrilled. I can’t wait.”...
Read more from Gail Schontzler's article about Matthew's Carnegie Debut on the chronicle's website by clicking here!
Bozeman Symphony to Perform Beethoven's Exultant Masterpiece
The Bozeman Symphony conclude’s its 47th concert season with the Master’s masterpiece — the powerful and exultant “Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Opus 125” of Ludwig van Beethoven, Saturday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 12, at 2:30 p.m. Both performances will be held at the newly renovated Willson Auditorium in Bozeman...
KBZK's video footage of Ode to Joy rehearsal
April 2015 Issue of Music and Arts
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle's April Issue of Music & Arts features an article on the Bozeman Symphony's final season performance of Beethoven's Ode to Joy, as well as an article about Bozoon's far afield Performance at the Belgrade Public Library.
Read both articles by clicking here.
Bozeman Symphony Premieres Rare Concerto For Electric Guitar
The show’s star, a piece commissioned by Maestro Matthew Savery to honor his 20th anniversary as music director of the symphony, doesn’t crossover into rock and roll, or even jazz. It’s a serious piece created to showcase an unlikely instrument in the world of classical music: the electric guitar...
Read more by visiting the Bozeman Daily Chronicle's Website.