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February 2017

4th-5th - Bozeman Symphony - Signs of Life
The intimacy and richness of the chamber orchestra is on display in this beautiful program of diverse musical gems. First the Symphony will awaken your senses with an exuberant frolic in Russell Peck’s playful work for stings—Signs of Life II. Next, no one could write for woodwinds better than Mozart. His most cherished serenade in C minor, and the superb wind section of the BSO, will warm your heart. Gluck provides a brief interlude from Orfeo and Euridice, and concluded the performance is a work that was originally written to help solve a labor dispute (thanks to some unique creativity, and visual effects)—Haydn’s famous Farewell Symphony. Please contact the Bozeman Symphony at 406-585-9774 or with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.

7th - The MSU Leadership Institute Presents "Most Likely to Succeed"
The brilliant documentary, Most Likely to Succeed created by Greg Whiteley and Larry Rosenstock, inspires students, teachers, and parents alike to challenge today’s outdated education system and rethink what schools in the United States are capable of accomplishing. Once considered to be the pinnacle of education during the Industrial Revolution, this same education system today seems to leave countless graduates with no prospect of a secure future. Follow experts, including Sir Ken Robinson, as they explore the unorthodox teaching methods of High Tech High in San Diego. Together, they begin to unravel just how to create a generation that is truly prepared for the 21st century.

The MSU Leadership Institute will be hosting “Most Likely to Succeed” on Tuesday, February 7th, in the Strand Union Building Procrastinator Theater. Admission is free and doors will open at 4pm with the showing beginning at 4:30pm, lasting 1 hour and 26 minutes. The event precedes the Leadership Institute’s sold-out lecture by Sir Ken Robinson entitled “How Passion Changes Everything.”

8th - An Evening with Sir Ken Robinson: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything
Sir Ken Robinson is considered to be one of the world’s leading advocates for changes concerning our modern education system. His TED Talks have been viewed by over 300 million people in more than 150 countries, making him the most viewed TED presenter in the history of the organization. Robinson’s message to students is a call to action to do better by the current education system.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 2 at 10:00am. Prices are $7 for students and $12 for general public. There are also a limited number of VIP tickets for center stage seating; at $35 there are no closer seats in the house! Tickets will be sold at, local TicketsWest locations, and the Bobcat Ticket Office. Doors will open at 6:30pm with the lecture beginning at 7:30pm.

11th - Bozeman Symphony, Heroes & Villains - FREE Family Concert
There’ll be fun for the whole family as we romp through a dazzling array of orchestral selections and popular tunes in this kid-friendly, fun-filled, 50 minutes of music. With a hilarious script featuring actors, gags, and special effects, you and your family will enjoy plenty of laughs while discovering the wonderment of symphonic music. Join the Bozeman Symphony for the return of SuperMaestro as he battles the evil forces of that music-hating villain Stifflemeister from the planet Mutonium. Will SuperMaestro save the day, or will Stifflemeister silence music forever? G-Rated: for Guaranteed Fun! Please contact the Bozeman Symphony at 406-585-9774 or with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.

11th-12th - BriderCare 30th Annual Sweet Tooth Ball
Bridgercare 30th annual Sweet Tooth Ball is coming up on Saturday Feb 11th at the Commons on Baxter and Love Lane in Bozeman. From 7pm - 11pm, spend the evening sampling a variety of sweet treats and appetizers, bid on dozens of silent auction items, and dance the night away with music and entertainment by DJ Missy O’Malley. Bridgercare provides quality, affordable reproductive health care and education in a safe and empowering atmosphere. To buy tickets or get more information about the BridgerCare Sweet Tooth Ball, visit us at or give us a call at 587-0681.

About Bridgercare:
Bridgercare provides excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere. Serving south central Montana since 1972, we are a non-profit, family planning clinic that provides services to men and women regardless of ability to pay. We seek to improve the lives and future prospects of children and families. Our specific strategy is to prevent unplanned pregnancy and promote preventative health. If we are successful, child and family well-being will improve. Please visit to find out more. Bridgercare is a member of Montana Shares and the Montana Nonprofit Association.

March 2017

4th-5th - Bozeman Symphony, Songs of Destiny
A struggle with Fate, a plea for peace, and an epic orchestral masterpiece await. The Bozeman Symphony will be joined by the Bozeman Symphonic Choir for 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! Please contact the Bozeman Symphony at 406-585-9774 or with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.

April 2017

8th-9th - Bozeman Symphony, The Titan
The Symphony’s 49th season comes to a close with the monumental drama of Gustav Mahler’s first symphony, “The Titan.” His vision for the scale and scope of what a symphony could achieve was colossal, and beyond what any other composer has attempted. With massive orchestral forces, the sheer power of his sound is almost overwhelming. You won’t want to miss this! We’re also thrilled to present the Bozeman debut of esteemed violinist Stephanie Chase performing the virtuosic Bruch G minor concerto. Hailed as “one of the violin greats of our era,” Miss Chase has performed with over 170 orchestras in 25 countries with many of the world’s leading conductors, and is a recent recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant. Please contact the Bozeman Symphony at 406-585-9774 or with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.

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