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Prelude – March 2020

In this issue we also take an Inside Look at GSC Board of Directors Vice-President Mark Holston! Want to get concert updates, special event invitations, symphony insights, and more straight to your inbox?

From the Podium: Sibelius – Elemental Luminosity

February is….Love Your Symphony Month, so the February MasterWorks 4 concert performance features two great works from the Romantic repertoire – one of them by legendary Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. His Symphony No. 2 in D Major is perhaps the most often performed and approachable of his 7 symphonies. Symphony No. 2 was completed in 1902 shortly after the tremendous success of his tone poem and Finnish nationalist piece Finlandia, and it, too, is rich with musical images of Finnish geography and folklore.

Prelude – February 2020

FEBRUARY IS ❤️ YOUR SYMPHONY MONTH! So bring your Valentine to the Symphony’s performance of “ANTHEM” on Saturday, February 22nd. TWO Tickets – Just $29 total. (select seating – our “LEAP Year” Special) CALL: 406-407-7000 to purchase. ❤️💞💕💗💖💘💝 Want to get concert updates, special event invitations, symphony insights, and more straight to your inbox?

From the Podium: December, a sacred and magical time for music!

Danubia highlights music from cultures of Central Europe including Austrian, Czech and Romanian. The concert opens with the George Enescu’s Romanian Rhapsody No. 2 in D major composed in 1901. This is a one movement introspective work on a grand scale that employs themes from Romanian music tradition which the composer treats in a rhapsodic symphonic manner almost like a through-composed piece with an improvised feel.

From the Podium: Musings from the Maestro ”

Danubia highlights music from cultures of Central Europe including Austrian, Czech and Romanian. The concert opens with the George Enescu’s Romanian Rhapsody No. 2 in D major composed in 1901. This is a one movement introspective work on a grand scale that employs themes from Romanian music tradition which the composer treats in a rhapsodic symphonic manner almost like a through-composed piece with an improvised feel.

Concert Insights: Magic Mountain

[MasterWorks 1] Featuring the Glacier Orchestra | Andrew Tyson, piano | John Zoltek, conductorOctober 19 and 20, 2019 Mussorgsky | Night on Bald Mountain Grieg | Piano Concerto in A minor Op. 16 Brahms | Symphony No. 1 in C minor Magic Mountain will electrify you right from the start with the intensity of Modest Mussorgsky’ popular