The Bozeman Symphony presents performances of Songs of Destiny on Saturday, March 4th at 7:30 P.M. & Sunday, March 5th at 2:30 P.M., both performances held at Willson Auditorium (404 West Main Street) in downtown Bozeman. A struggle with Fate, a plea for peace, and an epic orchestral masterpiece await. The orchestra and symphonic choir will present one of Johannes Brahms most profound compositions—his Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny), and for one of Leonard Bernstein’s most joyful and exuberant—the beloved Chichester Psalms. Then, renowned cellist Adrian Daurov takes the stage performing the epic Concerto in B minor by Antonín Dvořák—a work most of us consider a full-scale symphony with cello soloist. This one is a must see, and hear! Stunning!
Several talented singers from the Chief Joseph Middle School Choir auditioned for the boy soprano solo featured in Chichester Psalms and the Symphony is thrilled to announce Carson Knoll as the talented young singer. Additional soloists from the Symphonic Choir, Kody Van Dyke (soprano), Mandy Bowker (alto), Jeff Abelin (tenor) and Doug Anderson (baritone), will be featured.
These performances would not be possible without strong community support and sponsorship. This concert weekend is sponsored by Big Sky Western Bank for Saturday’s performance and Sunday’s performance by Judith King. Adult ticket prices range from $27.00-$67.00. Individual tickets are available for purchase online at bozemansymphony.org, by calling 406-585-9774, or at the Bozeman Symphony office located at 1001 West Oak Street, Suite 110. Student discounts are available. Tickets may be purchased for rush, based on availability on Friday, March 3rd. Please contact the Bozeman Symphony for more information on rush tickets and purchase locations. Join Maestro Matthew Savery, Choir Director Jon Harney, and the orchestra and choir musicians for a reception immediately following each performance at the Emerson Cultural Center, Weaver Room, catered by Corner Bakery Café,located at 111 S. Grand Ave.
Please contact the Bozeman Symphony at 406-585-9774 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.
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