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Bozeman Symphony Musicians featured in Symphony at the Shane January 10th

Monday Dec. 31st, 2018


Livingston, January 2019 – Bozeman Symphony Far Afield ensemble PercOrchestra, and the talents of cellists Julia Cory Slovarp and Katie Lee, alongside pianist Laurel Yost, will be featured as part of the concert series Symphony at the Shane presented by the Bozeman Symphony. These Symphony at the Shane performances feature the very best of the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Choir. Each performance showcases two diverse soloists and ensembles. You’ll be wowed by these fantastic musicians and proud to know they are your neighbors! Performance held at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts – 415 East Lewis Street, Livingston, MT – on Thursday January 10th, at 7:30 PM.  

About the ensembles: PercOrchestra, formed in 2000, performs a wide range of percussion literature on a musical journey around the world featuring: West African drumming, steel drum from Trinidad, contemporary marimba ensembles, percussion ensembles, ragtime, and world music. The members of PercOrchestra are Mark Brown, Kristofer Olsen, Stephen Versaevel, and Jeff Vick. 

Cellists Julia Slovarp and Katie Lee, and pianist Laurel Yost, will perform an eclectic set of repertoire for this performance including the thrilling A Minor Sonata by Jakob Klein, Arvo Pärt’s serene and introspective Speigel im Spiegel, and the playful Popular Spanish Dances by Manuel de Falla.

Symphony at the Shane would not be possible without help from our concert sponsors: Sal & Carol Lalani and Donald B. Gimbel.  Tickets are $15/adult, $10/student, senior and available by calling 585-9774 or online, bozemansymphony.org.  Tickets for this event can be purchased in advance or at the door.   

Emily Paris-Martin is Director of Communications for the Bozeman Symphony Society.