Bozeman Symphony’s 2022/23 Classical Series Announced
Wednesday May. 11th, 2022
Bozeman, May 2022 – The Bozeman Symphony announced its much-anticipated 2022/23 Concert Season full of revolutionary masterpieces, new contemporary works, unforgettable world premieres, virtuosic guest artists, and passionate musical storytelling. Celebrate the Symphony’s 55th concert season with Music Director Norman Huynh as he continues to bring the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra to new heights in our community and beyond.
“Your Bozeman Symphony Orchestra invites you to a musical journey where the greatest orchestral compositions are paired with a vibrant mix of hidden gems and world premieres," said Huynh.
The 2022/23 Concert Season Classical Series (6 concerts) explores some of the greatest musical treasures in the orchestral canon. Hear your Bozeman Symphony perform blockbuster hits from the most notable composers of all time—Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, and Mahler—to new works from Andy Akiho, Composer-in-Residence Scott Lee, and beloved local composer Eric Funk.
Here are some highlights from the Symphony’s 2022/23 Classical Series:
• Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, the most iconic four notes in classical music history;
• Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5, an extraordinary musical journey through darkness and light;
• Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite, an explosion of power and goodness, igniting a wildfire of musical bliss;
• Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez, featuring world-renowned guitarist Pablo Sáinz-Villegas;
• Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5, starring Concertmaster Carrie Krause;
• Poulenc’s Gloria and Mozart’s Ave Verum Corpus, featuring the Bozeman Symphonic choir for two mainstays of the sacred choral repertoire;
• World Premiere piece celebrating Yellowstone National Park’s 150th Anniversary written by Composer-in-Residence Scott Lee;
• World Premiere piece, Apocalypse Phoenix Rising, by Emmy award-winning local composer Eric Funk;
• Contemporary works by Andy Akiho and Missy Mazzoli.
In addition to the Classical Series, the Bozeman Symphony Presents series continues with the second annual Holiday Spectacular. With two sold-out performances last season, Music Director Huynh added an additional performance for all to experience the spirit of Christmas with your Bozeman Symphony, featuring your favorite festive classics, like Sleigh Ride, the Christmas Carol Sing-Along, and more. You and your family won’t want to miss the Symphony’s most popular performance of the year.
To enjoy the Bozeman Symphony’s 55th concert season to its fullest, patrons can subscribe to all six 2022/23 Classical Series concerts now through July 29, 2022. In addition, early subscribers will have the first chance to purchase tickets to the extremely popular Bozeman Symphony Presents Holiday Spectacular performance.
“Join us as a subscriber to experience the full spectrum of this season's vibrant symphonic journey," said Huynh.
The Bozeman Symphony’s 2022/23 Classical Series (6 concerts) subscription is now available to purchase online at bozemansymphony.org/subscribe or by contacting the Bozeman Symphony office at 406-585-9774 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or by stopping by the Bozeman Symphony’s new office location at 402 East Main Street, Suite 202, Bozeman, MT 59715. Individual concert tickets will be available to purchase starting August 6, 2022.
Norman Huynh, Music Director - Conductor Norman Huynh continues to establish his reputation as one of classical musics most adventurous ambassadors. Hailed for the exuberance with which he leads orchestras across Europe, Asia, and North America, Huynh has received equal renown for his ability to attract new audiences to the orchestra. The 2020 season inaugurated his tenure as Music Director of the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra.
Huynh has attained international prominence in the first years of his career, most recently through an invitation to the Bruno Walter Young Conductor Preview, a selective showcase hosted by the League of American Orchestras, and competing in the 2021 Malko Competition for young conductors in Copenhagen, Denmark in June.