Announcing our RECOMPOSED Season
We are so excited to announce that we will be offering a 100% FREE concert season this year!
All live concerts FREE of charge
PLUS each concert broadcast later on KRTV Streaming app
See schedule PDF for live and broadcast dates
All of us at the Great Falls Symphony are fully committed to fulfilling our mission to infuse cultural vibrancy into the Great Falls community through transformative music events and education programs.
It is our sincerest desire that we continue to serve YOU – the exceptional individuals who make the Great Falls Symphony all we can be. It is through your passion and love of symphonic music we will move forward and beyond the COVID-19 crisis. The health, safety, and well-being of our entire community – musicians, donors, patrons, administrative staff, volunteers, and community and business partners – is our top priority.
The Great Falls Symphony is committed to following all current CDC and CCHD guidelines to protect the safety and health of our musicians, patrons, and staff. We are dedicated to providing high-quality orchestral performances in a manner appropriate to our current circumstances, and we will provide regular updates as the landscape of COVID-19 evolves.
The Great Falls Symphony is invested in creating a viable hybrid concert experience this season where we will provide both live and virtual concerts throughout the year.
The Great Falls Symphony’s mission is to help make Great Falls a better place to live by infusing cultural vibrancy into the community through transformative music events and education programs.
We feel that we can best serve our community today by removing the cost barrier to our performances entirely. We make this decision with cautious optimism and it is our hope that those who are able to donate will give what they can so that we are able to continue to fulfill our mission.
Show your love and give what you can.
Ticket sales normally make up one-third of our overall budget.
All of our live performances will be FREE of charge.
We will offer two performances of each GFSA concert in order to accommodate two smaller, socially distanced live audience.
(There will be one live performance of Chamber Music Series concerts, with broadcast via the KRTV app on the following Sunday at 2pm.)
Free tickets will be made available to 2019-2020 subscribers one week before the general public. Due to the fact that we cannot guarantee seats this year, free tickets will be made available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Free tickets will be made available to the general public (as capacity allows) one week prior to each live performance date.
Subscribers from the 2019-2020 season won’t lose their reserved seats! If we are allowed to go back to our normal capacity at the Mansfield Theater for the 2021-2022 season, our current subscribers will be able to renew the same seats that they had before.
All of our performances will be recorded and broadcast later on the KRTV app so patrons can enjoy a virtual concert experience.
Virtual concerts will be broadcast to the general public one week after each live performance date. See schedule here.
All of our concerts will be presented in a shorter format without intermission to avoid crowds in the lobby.
What is different this season?