Allan R. Scott - Conductor
Doug LaBrecque - Vocalist
Christiane Noll - Vocalist
HELENA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Overture to Gypsy
“There’s No Business Like Show Business” from Annie Get Your Gun
“Begin the Beguine” from Jubilee
LERNER & LOEWE
“I Could Have Danced All Night” from My Fair Lady
KERN & HAMMERSTEIN
Highlights from Show Boat
Overture to West Side Story
“Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better” from Annie Get Your Gun
“Something’s Coming” from West Side Story
SCHAIMAN & WHITTMAN
“You Can't Stop the Beat” from Hairspray
KANDER & EBB
“Willkommen” from Cabaret
KANDER & EBB
Overture and “All that Jazz” from Cabaret
SCHÖNBERG & BOUBILL
“Bring Him Home” from Les Misérables
“Defying Gravity” from Wicked
ANDERSSON & ULVAEUS
Highlights from Mamma Mia
Overture to American in Paris
“Phantom of the Opera” from Phantom of the Opera
“Music of the Night” from Phantom of the Opera
“Seventy-Six Trombones” from Music Man (with fireworks)
+ = Premiere performance by Helena Symphony
The use of photographic and recording equipment is strictly prohibited.
Scott Kall, Project Manager
Dr. Thomas Evans, President of Carroll College
Allan R. Scott, Music Director of the Helena Symphony
Thomas McCarvel, Vice President for Community Relations, Carroll College
Susan Brookhart, Ph.D., President of the Helena Symphony
Teak Hoiness, Director of Artistic Planning
Scott Kall, Director of Patron Services
Scott Black, Orchestra Librarian
June Lee, Staff Accompanist
Deanna Satre, Chorale Manager
Brian Johnson, Volunteer Coordinator
Libby Desch, Assistant to the Project Manager
Jay Straw, Sound Engineer, Hi-Tech Audio
Jay Waller, Stage & Lights, StagePro
Rob Holter, Crew Contractor
Ric Almendinger, Big Sky Fireworks
Edge Marketing + Design, Graphic Design & Marketing
Allegra Printing, Printing
Limited edition art prints of the original watercolor, signed by the artist Constance R. Bergum, Maestro Allan R. Scott, and Carroll College President Dr. Thomas M. Evans, are now available for purchase at the Helena Symphony tent near the vendors’ area. Additionally, a limited number of t-shirts are available. Posters are available for $25 and t-shirts are $10.
Any remaining stock of prints or t-shirts will be available at the Symphony office at 2 N. Last Chance Gulch or by phone (406) 442-1860. We will also have people selling merchandise (CDs, water, t-shirts and glo-stix) in the crowd. Just look for our volunteers in their SUTS t-shirts!
This beautiful photo, taken by Chris McGowan, is available for purchase through the photographer's website. Visit http://chrismcgowan.photoshelter.com and click the Prints for Sale link at the top. The shopping cart to order the prints is in the lower right hand corner of the page when you are viewing the image.
Some helpful information to help you navigate the concert grounds.
Lower Level by Guad: Sodexo,
The Montana Club,
Helena Hawaiian Ice,
Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Upper Level by Library: Bullman's Wood Fired Pizza, Great Ape Crepes, Mountain Sno Shaved Ice, Baskin Robbins
If you brought canned goods or non-perishables to keep your blankets down, you can donate them to the Helena Food Share during and after the concert. Donation sites are located in various places on the concert grounds.
Volunteers, along with Carroll College Athletes, will be soliciting free-will donations from audience members before and after the concert and during intermission. They will be carrying marked buckets to collect money. The audience donations have been quite generous in the past, and we hope that you’ll continue to support us. All monies collected will go directly towards Symphony Under the Stars production costs. Additional collection buckets are located at the program tables and around the concert grounds.
Chaos reigns in the dark after the concert. Please do not rush to leave the concert grounds. Be aware of pedestrians. Drive home safely, please!
We remind you that the Symphony Under the Stars is a tobacco-free event in association with the Lewis & Clark County Health Department. Please respect those around you by not smoking.
Please do not cross the safety barricades around the fireworks zone. The public is not allowed within the safety zone during the day or night of the concert.
Provided by St. Peter’s Ambulance Service, located behind the stage.
Large items (chairs, blankets, coolers) will be piled in the Guad parking lot on Sunday
For smaller items (phones, wallets, etc.), contact Carroll College, 447-5447, after Monday afternoon