Bozeman, February 2017 – The Bozeman Symphony presents performances of Signs of Life on Saturday, February 4th at 7:30pm & Sunday, February 5th at 2:30pm, both performances held at Willson Auditorium in downtown Bozeman. Featuring the intimacy and richness of the chamber orchestra and a beautiful program of diverse musical gems, each performance begins with Russell Peck’s playful work for stings—Signs of Life II—guaranteed to awaken your senses with an exuberant frolic. Next, no one could write for woodwinds better than Mozart. His most cherished serenade in E-flat major, and the superb wind section of the BSO, will warm your heart. Gluck provides a brief interlude from Orfeo and Euridice, and the chamber orchestra will conclude with 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.
These performances would not be possible without strong community support and sponsorship. This concert weekend is sponsored by Spectec/TIC, Walter and Regina Wunsch for Saturday’s performance and Sunday’s performance by Jon Chaney. For a limited time, take advantage of our Pick Three special offer and save 15% over individually purchased tickets to our February, March and April performances, and get a guaranteed seat! Adult ticket prices range from $27.00-$67.00. Student discounts are available. Tickets may be purchased for rush, based on availability on Friday, February 3rd. Please contact the Bozeman Symphony for more information on rush tickets and purchase locations. Join Maestro Matthew Savery and the chamber orchestra musicians for a reception immediately following each performance Saturday at Fresco Café (317 East Mendenhall) and Sunday at the Legacy Gallery (7 W Main Street) catered by Corner Bakery Café.