BozemanOnline.com - Bozeman Montana Community Portal
Bozeman Montana Area Info Bozeman Montana Business Directory Bozeman Montana Forums Bozeman Montana Entertainment Bozeman Montana Free Classifieds Bozeman Montana Restaurants
Photo courtesy of Wild West Photos
 
Bozeman Entertainment
Home
Bozeman Montana Events Calendar
Bozeman Montana Movie Listings
Member Login
Email Address:
  
Password:
  
Sign Up for An Account


Header image provided by
Wild West Photos


Bozeman Community Calendar
Would you like to have your event listed below? By creating an account with BozemanOnline.com you will be able to add events to our community calendar. Post your event

December 2016

10th-11th - Bozeman Symphony - Holiday Collage
Over the years we have WOWED Bozeman audiences with the innovative and highly charged concert experience we call COLLAGE. This unique, fast-paced program, all choreographed to a brilliant light show, has amazed audiences while featuring—and celebrating—the best of Bozeman’s musical talent. This year we add a new twist by marrying the Collage concept with the music of the Holidays, and we have a stunning variety of your favorite holiday tunes—both traditional and popular. Join us as we paste together another “mindboggling” array of thrilling music. We promise you’ll never forget it! Seatbelts recommended! Please contact the Bozeman Symphony at 406-585-9774 or info@bozemansymphony.org with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.
www.bozemansymphony.org

18th - Kedi - presented by the Bozeman Doc Series
On Sunday, December 18th, at 7pm at the Emerson Center, The Bozeman Doc Series presents the Montana premiere of the critically acclaimed new documentary, Kedi.

For thousands of years, street cats have played a unique role in the life of the city of Istanbul. Allowed to roam freely, and embraced as an essential part of the city’s identity, these animals live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame – and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. In Istanbul, cats are the mirrors to the people, allowing them to reflect on their lives in ways nothing else could.

Combining gorgeous cinematography with surprising insight, Kedi is a fascinating look at life in one of the world’s ancient cities and the enduring bond between man and animal.

Since the film’s world premiere earlier this year in Istanbul, Kedi has won over audiences at prestigious festivals around the world and received widespread critical acclaim.

“A magical and remarkable documentary about the free-roaming feline population of Istanbul. …splendidly graceful…a profoundly affecting meditation, at once dreamy and precise, on a force of nature surviving and thriving in an industrialized world.” Variety

“It’s very difficult not to get caught up in the visual beauty and photography of Kedi. [Director, Ceyda] Torun’s attention to detail and the sweeping aerial shots of the Bosphorus, Istanbul’s sumptuous mosques and skyline, are so hypnotic that there will be something here even for non-cat lovers. Despite, this it remains an unapologetic ode to the mystical, four legged creatures, who occupy both an important place in Islamic folklore and the social fabric of Istanbul…The film is more than just a simplistic celebration of the animal’s cuteness, it deftly weaves together the subtle ways cats touch upon people’s lives, philosophically and spiritually.” 4:3 Film

“…a delightful cinematic experience…It’s been a while since a documentary has delivered as much pure, instant joy as Kedi does.” Seattle Met

Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the film begins at 7pm. Tickets are available at the door or before the show at Cactus Records and Movie Lovers. Tickets are also available online at www.bozemandocseries.org, where you can also buy Season Passes and 7-film punch cards, learn more about the series, and view trailers for upcoming films. This will be the final Sunday screening of the season. Beginning with our screening on January 12th, the series will move to every other Thursday through April.
http://www.bozemandocseries.org/event/to-be-announced-9/


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 info@bozemansymphony.org with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.
www.bozemansymphony.org

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 info@bozemansymphony.org with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.
www.bozemansymphony.org


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 info@bozemansymphony.org with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.
www.bozemansymphony.org


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 info@bozemansymphony.org with questions you have regarding performance, ticket sales, venue, and seating information.
www.bozemansymphony.org




Current Weather
n_0cloud.gif °
5 Day Forecast
Our Sponsors

Montana Travel

45 Degrees North

Find us on Facebook