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Chamber Music Series presents the Cascade Quartet in “Song & Dance” with guest artist Sarah Dass

The Great Falls Symphony’s Cascade Quartet kicks off 2018 with “Song & Dance”, a Chamber Music Series concert featuring guest artist Sarah Dassinger (dancer). The concerts take place at 2PM on Sunday, Janaury 28, at First Congregational Church UCC and 7PM on Tuesday, January 30, at the C.M. Russell Museum. Single admission is $15.00 for adults and $5.00 for students. Season passes are available for purchase for $75.00 for adults and $25.00 for students. Season passes are punch cards which grant seven admissions in any combination. Single admission tickets and season passes are available for purchase online here or at the door. For more information, contact the Symphony office at 406-453-4102

The Great Falls Symphony and Cascade Quartet present “Music is Healing” Residency Performances

The Cascade Quartet brings the “Music is Healing” Residency Project to the Great Falls senior community this month. The residency includes outreach performances at six different assisted living and long-term care facilities from January 16th to 20th, 2018. These concerts are free for residents, family, friends, and staff. The “Music is Healing” Residency by the Great Falls Symphony, is organized in partnership with the Cascade Quartet, Benefis, The Grandview at Benefis, The Rainbow, Cambridge Court Assisted Living, Kindred Healthcare/Park Place, and Eagles Manor, and has been made possible with support from Chamber Music America through its Residency Endowment Fund. “Music is Healing” Reside

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