Glacier Symphony celebrates with a Spring Festival April 26-28

Music helps share our stories.  It allows us to hear one another, share our experience of it and invite each other in. And what better way to share in the majestic transformation that is Spring than to enjoy a powerful concert of symphonic music? On April 26-28 the Glacier Symphony will usher in the return of beautiful weather

New Director of Operations and Patron Services Manager join Glacier Symphony 

The Glacier Symphony board announces that they have selected Ron Osterbauer as the new Director of Operations and Development.  Also joining the team in mid-March was Laura Kraft as Patron Services Manager.  Osterbauer brings over 40 years of non-profit experience that has included positions as CEO, Executive Director and Development Director for various nonprofit organizations

Glacier Symphony announces scholarship opportunity for music students in grades 9 – 12.

Glacier Symphony (GS) annually awards music scholarships to students in grades 9 to 12 including graduating seniors. The program encourages student participation in the Glacier Symphony, Orchestra and Chorale, and assists those student musicians in pursuing a career or an avocation in music.  The award of scholarships is based on musical ability and potential as

 This Sacred Season and Messiah

Enjoy inspirational music for the Holidays The Glacier Symphony’s “This Sacred Season and Messiah” concerts in Whitefish and Kalispell will offer a delightful pallet of sacred music for the season with a program focused on highlights from Handel’s “Messiah.” The concert includes inspiring works by Johann Sebastian Bach, English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and American

Dazzling guitarist Marcin Dylla to headline Symphony concert

Dramatic music inspired by Romeo and Juliet  featured A garden filled with romantic music based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet will fill the concert hall when the Glacier Symphony Orchestra presents “Paradise Garden” on November 18 at 3 pm in Flathead High Performance Hall in Kalispell. Complementing the program will be the highly regarded classical

Ravel’s Bolero will open Glacier Symphony’s 36th Season

Violinist William Hagen makes guest appearance in Korngold’s Violin Concerto Glacier Symphony will open its 36th concert season with two orchestral showpieces written by Maurice Ravel, Bolero and LaValse each featuring one-movement scores written for ballet. The program also features guest violinist William Hagen in Korngold’s Violin Concerto in D and will be held at 3 pm on Sunday, October 14th in Kalispell’s Flathead High

“World music super-group – VICO” performs in Kalispell September 22 & 23

“World music super-group – VICO” performs in Kalispell September 22 & 23  The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra (VICO) has been described as ‘music without borders’ and ‘fusion music on a global scale’ and it will make its USA debut at the invitation of the Glacier Symphony on September 22 & 23 at two venues in Kalispell. Offering a uniquely Canadian approach

Festival Amadeus offers 6 great concerts

 Let’s Festival! Ja? (Kalispell, MT) Glacier Symphony has planned a grand week of classical and classical­ spinoffs for Festival Amadeus August 6-12, 2018 in Whitefish. The concert poster featuring a sunglass-clad Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart image touting the words “Let’s Festival! Ja?” suggests that the festival will offer as much good fun as it will great