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About Billings Symphony
Founded in 1951, the Billings Symphony serves the Billings, Montana metropolitan area (population of 150,000+) and surrounding communities in eastern Montana and northern Wyoming. With recent record-breaking ticket sales, a series of balanced budgets, a healthy endowment, a program of 30 events per year in 13 different venues, and the renovation of the 1400-seat Alberta Bair Theatre, the Billings Symphony is entering one of the most exciting periods in its history. The Billings Symphony is composed of the Billings Symphony Orchestra, Billings Symphony Chorale, and the Billings Symphony Youth Orchestra. The Billings Symphony features an eight-concert Classic Series, the Sukin Series (small ensemble and soloists), and a free Family Series that includes its annual tradition of Symphony in the Park. Each year the Billings Symphony helps introduce thousands of people in the region to music through its free Explore Music!, education and community engagement program. The Billings Symphony Chorale is a robust chorus comprised of local college students and community members. The Chorale is directed by Dr. Steven Hart, professor of choral music at Rocky Mountain College and performs with th...e Billings Symphony during regular season concerts as well as offering an all-chorale concert each year. The Billings Youth Orchestra (BYO) recently joined the Billings Symphony as and is open to all young musicians from pre-k to high school. Its four directors are musicians with the Billings Symphony. Billings is a regional hub for health care, retail outlets, financial services, a state university and private colleges, and cultural organizations serving a trade area of over half a million people. Due to its good schools, affordable housing, and proximity to such destinations as Yellowstone Park, the Beartooth Mountains and numerous trout and kayaking streams, in top 100 metropolitan areas in the U.S. in Wall Street Journal’s Emerging Housing Market Index. Billings’ thriving downtown scene features an accredited regional art museum, an internationally acclaimed library, a new minor league baseball park, a newly renovated performing arts theater, art cinema theater, restaurants, craft breweries, bike paths and parks.
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