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Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ to be performed by the Cascade Quartet

The Cascade Quartet’s next performance on the Great Falls Symphony’s Chamber Music Series is Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ. Concerts are on Sunday, February 24, 2pm at the First Congregational UCC, and Tuesday, February 26, 7pm, at the University of Providence’s Trinitas Chapel. 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 admissions for $25. Four-ticket passes are available for $45 (adults) and $16 (students). Season passes grant seven admissions and may be purchased for $75 (adults) and $25 (students). All ticke

Passionate Passages, Featuring Mary Papoulis, Violin

The Great Falls Symphony continues their 60th Anniversary Season with Passionate Passages, featuring Mary Papoulis on violin. This concert will take you on a musical journey through Bohemia, Spain, and an idyllic, pastoral scene in the countryside. We’ll journey to Spain with the Symphonie espagnole. It was written for Pablo de Sarasate, a virtuoso violinist from that country, by Edouard Lalo, a little-known French composer until this work’s overnight success. Sarasate was known for his unique, masterful and colorful playing and many composers dedicated works to him. Lalo’s piece best reflected the violinist’s personality and his native land and is undeniably Lalo’s most well-known work. We

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