April 2021 Cover Artist: Kurt Palmquist

Kurt Palmquist’s narrative is one of an emerging artist. A few years ago, after a career of corporate graphic design, Kurt dusted off his sketch book and began what has become a winding road that has led to some fantastic discoveries beginning…

500 Miles Higher

A monumental loss. My singular interaction with Armando Chick Corea stands as one of the most profound experiences of my musical career.

Michael Jochum

The year 1984 was a time of incredible, creative music flow. My career as a “drummer of note” was catapulting me into some of the most envied musical situations in Los Angeles. Approaching my 25th year, I had a four-year-old daughter to…

Montgomery, Mendelssohn and Bach

Abby Bradford

The Bozeman Symphony returns to the Willson Auditorium for its final free livestream concert of the season, Montgomery, Mendelssohn and Bach, featuring its very own principal flute Sue Makeever and the string section of the orchestra. To close a…

Music+Arts Events

Sat. Apr. 17

KGLT Fund Drive

We invite our listeners to call in during this time for some great incentive gifts from local businesses - in addition to our 2021 Apparel Line including t-shirts, hats, totes, hoodies and hand-made coffee mugs from Mountain Arts Pottery!

11am-1pm Sat. Apr. 17

Shelly Besler Kersbergen - Brunch

Pine Creek Lodge 2496 E. River Road, Livingston

Live original music in the main restaurant dining room from Shelly Besler Kersbergen.

noon-5pm Sat. Apr. 17

Period and the Arts

Gallatin County Fairgrounds 901 N. Black, Bozeman

The Menstrual Movement; Celebrating periods through art and music. Exhibit Building 3

2-3:30pm Sat. Apr. 17

Adult Class: Intro to Improv


If you’ve been curious about Improv or needing something lighthearted and fun in your life, this is the class for you!

7:30-9pm Sat. Apr. 17

Montgomery, Mendelssohn & Bach

Willson Auditorium 404 W. Main St., Bozeman

The Bozeman Symphony's final free livestream concert of the season features its very own principal flute Sue Makeever, sharing her interpretation of J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 2. Opening this program is a contemporary work, Strum, by composer Jessie Montgomery, and ends with exploring the genius of a young Felix Mendelssohn who wrote twelve string symphonies between 1821-1822.