The petting zoo that preceded the free Symphony in the Park on Sunday is like a pipeline for future members of the Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale.
The Billings Community Band, under the direction of Rob Wells, will present its annual spring concert at the Alberta Bair Theater on Sunday at 3 p.m.
Rob Wells of Eckroth Music, left, Darell Tunnicliff of Arts Without Boundaries, center, and School District 2 music and art coordinator Scott Corey, right, hold some of the eight violins and two violas that Arts Without Boundaries purchased for use by middle school students in Billings.
Fireworks, a Buddy Holly tribute set and a performance by an award-winning violinist are highlights of the Symphony in the Park concert Sunday at Pioneer Park.
The Billings Symphony Orchestra hosts the annual Symphony in the Park event at Pioneer Park on Sunday, June 26.
The classical guitar quartet from Poplar High sat in a stuffy little classroom at West High on Friday afternoon and plucked out Koen Dejonghe’s “Lullaby for H.”
Billings Senior High percussionist Malley Nason didn't feel the power of her sticks until a conductor with the Billings Youth Orchestra pointed to her during a concert and grinned when she nailed her part.
The Billings Community Band, under the direction of Rob Wells, presents it fall concert, “Portrait of a Trumpet,” featuring guest soloist Mark Fenderson, at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Alberta Bair Theater. Tickets are $7.
Just as vital as the middle-aged patron watching the national touring production of “Oklahoma” on Saturday night at the Alberta Bair Theater is the sticky-fingered 5-year-old giddy about debuting as a bonbon in “The Nutcracker” next month.
Rob Wells, coordinator of music education for School District 2, directs the Billings Community Band during a rehearsal. The band is scheduled to perform Sunday at the ABT.