Bozeman Symphony announces free livestream concert
To celebrate the new year, the Bozeman Symphony presents a free livestream concert, “Live from Jereco Studios,” featuring musicians from the orchestra playing a variety of solo and chamber works. Music Director Norman Huynh will emcee the event providing a close-up look at each musician and the music they will perform.
The Bozeman Symphony is committed to providing the live concert experience to its audience. To replace the previously scheduled season subscription concert, the Symphony is offering this free and easily accessible livestream performance showcasing the talent of many Bozeman Symphony musicians, including Sandy Stimson, oboe; Flutes Sue Makeever, Kerri Brown, and Megan Makeever Ali; Mike Nelson, horn; Natalie Padilla, violin; Gregory Young, clarinet; Julia Cory Slovarp, cello; Jeannie Little, trombone; Kristofer Olsen, tenor steelpan; and Michael Videon, guitar.
“Our audience will discover the essence of what makes each of these musicians of the Bozeman Symphony unique,” said Huynh. “Each piece was selected by a musician, presenting our audience repertoire that may not otherwise be heard.” Find the full concert program, including works of Antonio Vivaldi, Radamés Gnattali, László Zempléni, and many more, on the Bozeman Symphony website (bozemansymphony.org).
The “Live from Jereco Studios” concert will livestream to the Bozeman Symphony’s website and YouTube and Facebook pages on Saturday, January 23, 2021, at 7:30 PM. The Symphony wishes to thank David Ross and Risi for their season sponsorship and the season subscribers, donors, and patrons who have provided support this 2020 – 2021 concert season. For more information about the free livestream concert, please contact the Bozeman Symphony at (406) 585-9774 or email@example.com. •