Bozeman Trail Chamber Players at the Elling House Arts & Humanities Center

Virginia City, September, 2016 – The Bozeman Trail Chamber Players present a FREE performance at the Elling House Arts & Humanities Center in Virginia City on Saturday, September 10, at 7:00 PM. The Bozeman Symphony Far Afield ensemble features wind instruments (flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, and French horn) with the dynamic addition of percussion. Drawing from a rich chamber music repertoire, the ensemble will present music ranging from the majesty of the High Baroque, to the playfulness of ragtime and original jazz-influenced works. The group’s performers include MaryAnn Jacobson, clarinet, Alan Leech, bassoon, Karen Leech, flute, Greg Notess, French horn, Sandra Stimson, oboe, with Jeff Vick, percussion.

The Far Afield Program, established in 1992, takes Bozeman Symphony chamber ensembles to rural communities to present free performances and share their musical perspectives. Far Afield enables the audience to see, hear and feel the music being created live instead of through the media of television or radio.
The Far Afield outreach program is made possible in part by grants from the MONTANA ARTS COUNCIL, MONTANA CULTURAL TRUST and the GILHOUSEN FAMILY FOUNDATION.

The concert is FREE at the Elling House Arts & Humanities Center, 404 East Idaho Street in Virginia City. Concert starts at 7:00 PM, all ages welcome!

For more information about Far Afield:
Far Afield Outreach Program
Bozeman Symphony Society
1001 W. Oak Street, Suite 110
Bozeman, MT 59715
Phone: (406)585-9774
Program Manager: Audrey Peart, [email protected]

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