Have you ever heard pianos roar like a mountain lion, a cello become a swan or a clarinet sound like a cuckoo bird? Well, if not, you’re in luck!
For this year’s family concert, orchestra musicians under the direction of Music Director Julia Tai, will be performing Camille Saint-Saëns’ “The Carnival of the Animals,” with a Montana twist!
The orchestra is again partnering with the Montana Natural History Center and local theatre professional Rosie Seitz-Ayers to provide an engaging and educational concert for both kids and adults.
The Youth and Family Concert is the symphony’s first, full concert under the direction of the new music director, who will conduct the Missoula Symphony Orchestra at the UM Dennison Theatre.
Grab your family and some popcorn and settle in for a fun 45-minute, online streamed performance from the comfort of your home. As always, Family Concert tickets are only $8, and this performance will be close-captioned.
$8 per person
- Fri, March 5 - 7 p.m.