Butte Symphony presents “American Made” February 17 at Mother Lode
For 74 seasons, the Butte Symphony has been bringing the world's greatest music to Butte and Southwest Montana. Join them this season, their 14th under conductor Luis Millan. A very special presentation is coming to the Mother Lode Theater on February 17 as part of the Butte Symphony Series, a show called "American Made".
In this concert, the music of American Composers will be celebrated featuring the work of Stella Sung, Marty Alice Rich and Mary Watkins, three female American composers. Some of the works of Aaron Copland, Charles Ives and Norman Dello will also be performed. An incredibly talented young musician will be the featured soloist, Charlie Snellman. Charlie won the Montana Young Musicians Competition and is a valuable member of the Butte Symphony where he has played cello for the past two seasons.
Showtime is 7:30pm and tickets start at $15.00, including fees. You can get yours here or at the Mother Lode Theater Box Office at 316 W. Park Street. The box office is open Wednesday thru Friday from 11am to 3pm and also opens two hours before showtime. For questions outside box office hours, please call the Butte Symphony Association at 406-723-5590.
If you cannot make the performance but would still like to support the Butte Symphony, consider a cash donation. The BSA Board of Directors established the Harold "Pete" Godtland Concertmaster chair to honor his years of performance service by Harold Godtland. "Pete" is the only currently performing musician who was a founding member of the Butte Symphony in 1950. To become a supporter of the “Concertmaster Chair”, click here,
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