2019-2020 Chamber Music Series with the Cascade Quartet and Chinook Winds
The Great Falls Symphony presents the 2019-2020 Chamber Music Series featuring its Core Ensembles, the Chinook Winds and the Cascade Quartet. The ensembles will present seven new and unique concerts throughout the season, culminating with a special chamber orchestra program in May. Concert dates, information, and tickets are available at chambermusicseries.org. The Chinook Winds will kick off the 19-20 season with a spicy season opener, featuring guest guitarist Sungmin Shin.
We're bringing JAZZ to the Great Falls Symphony’s Chamber Music Series!
The Chinook Winds paint the town with Latin beats, groovy rhythms, and sultry tunes in “All That Jazz” BUY TICKETS This month, the Chinook Winds will present All That Jazz, a Great Falls Symphony Chamber Music Series concert featuring composers Elliot Carter, Valerie Coleman, Lalo Schifrin, and George Gershwin. Concerts are on Sunday, March 24, 2pm at Trinitas Chapel (University of Providence) and Tuesday, March 26, 7pm at the Masonic Lodge in downtown Great Falls. Single ad
Winter seasonal specials: beer and chamber music—the perfect combination!
Mighty Mo Brew Co. creates a music-inspired seasonal for the Chinook Winds’ Airs of Eastern Europe program The Chinook Winds present a special winter concert experience for their audience and fellow craft beer lovers this January! The quintet has curated a program called Airs of Eastern Europe for the next Chamber Music Series concert and invited the Mighty Mo Brew Co to create a music-inspired seasonal brew to be released at the performances. For these shows, the Chinook Win
New Frontiers chamber music concert with the Chinook Winds
The Chinook Winds will present New Frontiers performances as part of the Great Falls Symphony’s Chamber Music Series on Sunday, November 11, 2pm at First Congregational Church UCC and Tuesday, November 13, 7pm at Trinitas Chapel, University of Providence. Single admission is $15 for adults and $5 for students. Family passes are $15 and include admission for one student and one adult. Bring-a-friend packages are available online only at gfsymphony.org and include two adult adm
The Great Falls Symphony's 2018-2019 Chamber Music Series
The Great Falls Symphony presents the 2018-2019 Chamber Music Series featuring its Core Ensembles, the Chinook Winds and the Cascade Quartet. This year the Cascade Quartet welcomes new violist, Alyssa Roggow, who moved from Rochester, New York to join the Great Falls Community this summer. This season is also a special one for new chamber music compositions with new premieres to be presented on three different concert programs. The Cascade Quartet’s Reel Time: Music from the
"Story Time" coming to Great Falls Nov. 12 and 14!
Concert Details: 2PM Sun Nov 12 First Congregational Church UCC, 2900 9th Ave S 7PM Tue Nov 14 Chapel, University of Providence, 1301 20th St S CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS The Story Time concerts are a culmination of the Chinook Winds’ second collaborative program of the 2017-2018 Chamber Music Series, the first being the September Fall Flavors program where the ensemble worked with local food vendors and a restaurant to bring audiences a combined dining and musical experi
Chinook Winds' "Fall Flavors" on KRTV
The Chinook Winds's first concert of the 2017-2018 Chamber Music Season was on the news! Check out the article and video footage here. #FallFlavors #GreatFallsSymphony #GreatFallsCollegeMSU #ChamberMusicSeries
Fall Flavors Concerts
The Chinook Winds’ Fall Flavors concert is the first performance of the Great Falls Symphony’s 2017-2018 Chamber Music Series. The first concert is at 2PM on Sunday, September 24, at Heritage Hall, GFC- MSU and features delecious samples from Cory Block Bakery, Prairie Heritage Farms, and A Land of Grass. The second concert will be at 7PM on Tuesday, September 26, at Wines By Wednesday’s newly opened 5th & Wine venue and features light appetizers created by chef Sara Thomas.
The Chinook Winds present "Changing Colors"
The Great Falls Symphony’s Chinook Winds presents two performances of Changing Colors. These performances introduce oboist Lauren Blackerby and bassoonist Dorian Antipa—the newest members to the ensemble and to the Great Falls community. Ms. Blackerby hails from Colorado where she performed with the Colorado Ballet Orchestra, Music in the Mountains Festival, and Colorado Springs Philharmonic. Originally from California, Mr. Antipa has slowly been making his way back west afte