GREAT FALLS SYMPHONY PRESENTS CHANGING COLORS

CHANGING COLORS
featuring the Chinook Winds

The Chinook Winds’ first concert of the season, aptly named Changing Colors, introduces oboist Lauren Blackerby and bassoonist Dorian Antipa-the newest members to the ensemble and to the Great Falls community.

Please join us for a chance to meet these stellar musicians and hear music written by Maslanka, Ligeti, Rameau, and Simon Shaheen!

Changing Colors
CONCERT INFORMATION
Sun, Oct 23 – 2:00pm
1st Congregational UCC
2900 9th Ave S
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Tues, Oct 25 – 7:00pm
C.M. Russell Museum
400 13th St N
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See the 2016-2017 Season

Concert Admission
Individual tickets:
$15 Adults / $5 Students

Season Pass
$75 Adults / $25 Students

A Season Pass is a punch card that grants you SEVEN admissions. It can be used in any combination. Bring up to seven people to one concert or save admissions for future CMS performances. A $105 value!

Online ticket purchasing will be available soon! Stay tuned!

changingcolors2About the
CHINOOK WINDS

The Chinook Winds, Montana’s Wind Quintet, are the resident wind quintet of the Great Falls Symphony. Established in 1992, the Quintet’s mission is simple: bring the highest quality chamber music to a wide variety of audiences in the northwest. Their programs include classic wind quintet literature, works featuring local composers and artists, unique arrangements of popular songs, and a captivating sense of energy that keeps audiences riveted.

The Chinook Winds include Norman Gonzales, flute; Lauren Blackerby, oboe; Christopher Mothersole, clarinet; Mike Nelson, horn; and new member Dorian Antipa, bassoon.

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