UPCOMING CONCERTS AND EVENTS
Give Big Gallatin Valley
Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 - 6:00pm through
Friday, May 4th, 2018 - 6:00pm
Support the Bozeman Symphony during this
24-hour online giving event!
The Bozeman Area Community Foundation's Give Big Gallatin Valley is a 24-hour online and live celebration of giving created to connect generous community members with causes they care about most - like the Bozeman Symphony. Support performing arts in YOUR community by making a generous gift to the Symphony during Give Big!
Symphony at the Shane
Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 7:30pm
Shane Lalani Center for the Arts
Featuring the very best of the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra & Symphonic Choir
The Bozeman Trail Chamber Players along with Lukas Graf, tenor, Jessica Graf, soprano and Sandra Stimson, oboe, will be featured at the next Symphony at the Shane. Each performance showcases two diverse soloists and ensembles. You'll be wowed by these fantastic musicians and proud to know they are your neighbors.
Period Performance Workshop
REGISTRATION DEADLINE MAY 31ST
August 24-26th, 2018
First Presbyterian Church
Now in its 3rd year, Baroque Music Montana offers a period performance workshop for modern instrument performers. Working closely with artistic director Carrie Krause and workshop faculty, participants will gain an understanding of contextual elements from the baroque era to inspire and invigorate their own playing.
WORLD-RENOWNED GUEST ARTISTS
T E S T I M O N I A L S
"Soon after moving to Bozeman from the Connecticut suburbs of New York, we were fortunate to witness the magnificent performance of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony by the Bozeman Symphony and Symphonic Choir. As frequent attendees at performances by the New York Philharmonic and other world-renowned orchestras at Avery Fisher and Carnegie Halls, we were unsure of what to expect from our new hometown orchestra. May we say “WOW!” Someone said that the performance was at least the equal of anything to be heard in New York and we couldn’t agree more. We have now joined the community of enthusiastic and loyal subscribers and cannot praise enough the quality of the performers, the programming creativity and the masterful conducting of Maestro Savery.
The BSO is indeed a jewel in the mountains!"
Diane and Lee Selby