The Powder River Symphony returns to the CAM-PLEX Heritage Center Theater for their 35th season bringing live classical music to the stage. The season begins with a celebration of music from the movies and musical theater led by artistic director and conductor, Steven Trinkle.
Audience favorites from “The Big Country”, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Cats,” and “Jesus Christ Superstar” will highlight the afternoon. Accompanying these will be a set of three lively Hungarian Dances by Johannes Brahms based on traditional folk melodies, and two popular works by American master Leroy Anderson: “Blue Tango,” a frequently recorded hit first performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra,and “A Trumpeter’s Lullaby” featuring the PRS trumpet section with conductor Steven Trinkle.
Tickets, $20 each and $15 for seniors and military. Additional ticketing fees will apply. Children under 18 are free and Gillette College students are free with student ID.
This concert is funded in part by
a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, the
Wyoming Community Foundation, the Black Hills Energy Foundation, Holiday Inn
Express, Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Ida Snead State Farm Insurance,
Powder River Energy Corporation, and the many individual and corporate donors
who make the PRS season possible.