Grant Harville Music Director & Conductor

2020 -2021

Announcing our RECOMPOSED Season

A sampling of what we've planned for a socially distanced concert experience.

Each live concert will be broadcast later on the KRTV streaming app. See schedule PDF.

All concerts FREE of charge

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October 3 2020

String Orchestra Music of Black Composers

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Adolphus Hailstork, William Grant Still and Jessie Montgomery

November 7 2020

Copland’s Appalachian Spring and a Haydn concerto for flute and oboe featuring
Norman Menzales and Paul Chinen

Evocative Music of Open Spaces

January 16 2021

Our own Dorian Antipa is sure to impress on the virtuosic and showy Bassoon Concerto by Rossini.

Farrenc . Rossini . Beethoven

February 13 2021

Romantic Music for Chamber Orchestra

Featuring Luis Angel Salazar and
Alyssa Roggow on a double concerto for violin and viola, plus works by de Falla, Rachmaninoff and Dvorák.

April 24 2021

Apsáalooke hip-hop artist and fancy dancer Supaman brings Native American spiritual traditions to his performances.

Uplifting Words and Song

December 6 2020

Holiday Music Favorites

Our annual concert to
kick off the festive season
is a perennial family favorite

View our GFSA concerts one week later on the KRTV streaming app.

Chamber Music Series broadcasts are on the Sunday following the Friday live concert.

Symphony News

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Season Program

Chamber Music Series

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The Mission of the Great Falls Symphony Association is to infuse cultural vibrancy into the Great Falls community through transformative music events and education programs. Our vision is to be an essential cultural asset in northcentral Montana that raises the quality of life for its citizens through outstanding performing arts programs.