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Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
May 21 @ 7:30pm
One event on May 22, 2022 at 2:30pm
THE FINAL CLASSICAL SERIES CONCERT OF THE 2021/22 SEASON!
Classical music buff or not, everyone knows one of the most revered composers of all time: Beethoven, and his timeless Ninth Symphony. Join the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Choir for the final Classical Series concert of the season, for our performances of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on May 21 and 22, 2022. Music Director Norman Huynh knew this was the perfect close to a magical season of classical music, as it will leave the audience full of joy and yearning for more.
“This is one of the greatest pieces of music ever written,” said Huynh. “Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is a spectacle that everyone should experience at least once in their lives.” Not only was this piece the longest and most complex symphony composed to date, but Beethoven was almost completely deaf when he wrote it. He was also the first major composer to include a chorus and vocal soloists in a symphony, which you will hear in the most recognizable final movement, “Ode to Joy.”
You won’t want to miss the final classical concert this season on May 21 & 22, 2022. Purchase tickets for our Saturday evening or Sunday matinee performances by clicking the links below.
SATURDAY TICKETS (https://ci.ovationtix.com/36326/performance/10752245)
SUNDAY TICKETS (https://ci.ovationtix.com/36326/performance/10752246)
CONCERT INFORMATION (https://www.bozemansymphony.org/beethovensninthsymphony.html)
A LOOK INTO THE PERFORMANCE!
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Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.
CONCERT PROGRAM (https://issuu.com/bozemansymphony/docs/bso_mag_2021_lowres_singles/88)
BEETHOVEN’S NINTH SYMPHONY
Alexandra Razskazoff, soprano
Soprano Alexandra Razskazoff is acclaimed by the New York Times as a “richly faceted, slinky soprano,” whose voice is “rich, distinctive of timbre, and penetrating, and possesse[s] a lovely bloom on top” (Opera News).
Full Bio: CLICK HERE (https://www.alexandrarazskazoffsoprano.com/)
Lauren Decker, mezzo-soprano
Rising star, Lauren Decker, possesses a booming contralto with “amber low notes” that is in a league of its own. Praised by the Chicago Tribune for her “timbral splendor,” she became a Lyric Opera of Chicago favorite during her time as a member of the Patrick G and Shirley W Ryan Opera Center.
Full Bio: CLICK HERE (https://www.laurendeckercontralto.com/)
Katherine Goforth, tenor
American vocalist Katherine Goforth shares her “noble, colorful and iridescent vocal sound” (Magazin Klassik) in strong and heartfelt performances. “Goforth… does not hold back,” (The New York Times) offering vivid character portraits sung with the utmost commitment and finesse. Winner of the 2019 Oregon District Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions and the 2019 National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Awards regional competition, she is a distinctive vocalist, representing the best of next generation operatic talent.
Full Bio: CLICK HERE (https://katherinegoforth.com/)
Anthony Clark Evans, baritone
Lauded for his “stentorian Verdi style” by the Chicago Tribune and as “warm-toned, vivacious and humane” by the San Francisco Chronicle, baritone Anthony Clark Evans is quickly gaining recognition as one of the most promising Verdi baritones of his generation. The 2021 – 2022 season sees Mr. Evans’ debut with Opera Philadelphia in the title role of Rigoletto, conducted by music director Corrado Rovaris and production by Lindy Hume. Mr. Evans also returns to the Metropolitan Opera to cover Sharpless in Madama Butterfly.
Full Bio: CLICK HERE (https://prometheanartists.com/anthony-clark-evans)
SAVE THE DATE: GIVE BIG GALLATIN VALLEY
MAY 5 & 6, 2022
Join One Valley Community Foundation’s 2022 Give Big Gallatin Valley, the largest giving day in the State of Montana! Give Big Gallatin Valley is a 24-hour celebration of giving to connect generous community members with causes they care about most and raise important, unrestricted funding for 200 nonprofits serving Gallatin Valley, including the Bozeman Symphony.
Please consider donating to the Bozeman Symphony during Give Big Gallatin Valley on May 5 – 6, 2022, from 6 PM – 6 PM.
GIVE BIG 2022 INFORMATION (https://www.givebiggv.org/)
BOZEMAN SYMPHONY PRESENTS
JOHN WILLIAMS: 90TH BIRTHDAY BONANZA
NEW PERFORMANCE DATE:
FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2022 // 7:30 PM
SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2022 // 7:30 PM
SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2022 // 2:30 PM
Tickets: Starting as low as $27
Music Director Norman Huynh
Due to high demand, we have added a Friday night performance of our much-anticipated John Williams: 90th Birthday Bonanza, so everyone can enjoy this popular concert of blockbuster hits. Hear your Bozeman Symphony perform themes from your favorite films such as Star Wars, Harry Potter, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Jurassic Park, and more. This concert is perfect for all ages to celebrate John Williams’ 90th birthday and his most memorable scores.
FRIDAY TICKETS (https://ci.ovationtix.com/36326/performance/10978544)
SATURDAY TICKETS (https://ci.ovationtix.com/36326/performance/10753686)
SUNDAY TICKETS (https://ci.ovationtix.com/36326/performance/10753687)
SWEET PEA 2022
The Bozeman Symphony Orchestra will headline Friday night of the 45th annual Sweet Pea Festival this summer!
Join us Friday, August 5, 2022, at 6 pm
for an unforgettable Bozeman Symphony Orchestra performance where you will enjoy well-known classical favorites before being joined onstage with featured Denver-based band, DeVotchKa (https://www.devotchka.net/) , a four-piece multi-instrumental and vocal ensemble. Sweet Pea wristbands are now on sale for the 2022 Sweet Pea Festival of the Arts. Purchase now for the best price of $25 for a three-day pass. If purchased at the gate, the cost of a three-day pass will be $50. Kids 12 & under are FREE!
We are honored to be a part of your favorite summer music festival. The Bozeman Symphony Orchestra concert is included in the purchase of the wristband through Sweet Pea merchandise vendors by clicking the button below.
PURCHASE SWEET PEA WRISTBAND (https://sweetpeafestival.square.site/)
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